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uPVC sliding sash windows are worth considering for your home as they are made of advanced materials ready to withstand diverse weather conditions or unexpected situations that your property may encounter.
Despite being a bit more expensive than standard windows, the uPVC sliding sash windows are designed to last for years to come and satisfy virtually every home’s requirement, whether it be a modern home, or a historic property built in the 17th to 19th centuries that needs to be renovated.
Are uPVC Sliding Sash Windows Weatherproof?
Yes, uPVC sliding sash windows are made to survive a long time since they can handle even the roughest weather conditions such as heavy rainstorms experienced all over the United Kingdom. uPVC sliding sash windows can maintain their original look and contribute to extra security with advanced and resistant window cills. Yes, our windows exceed UK requirements for wind and water ingress. uPVC sliding sash windows are designed to provide optimal performance for many years and to keep your home dry from even the roughest weather conditions such as heavy rain experienced all over the United Kingdom. uPVC sliding sash windows can maintain their original look and contribute to extra security with advanced window features that meet PAS 24 standards.
Are uPVC Sliding Sash Windows Thermally Efficient?
Indeed. The frames and sashes of uPVC sliding sash windows have multiple chambers, making use of air to insulate the space and prevent heat from leaving. Their double glazed and argon gas filled glass unit mean that you are able to achieve an energy rating of ‘A’ as standard, as well as a U-value of 1.4 W/m2K without having to opt for any costly upgrades.
Are uPVC Sliding Sash Windows Secure?
Built with enhanced security properties and minimal maintenance, uPVC sliding sash windows offer a comfortable and seamless experience for homeowners all across the country. Their high security PAS 24 package satisfies modern building requirements and resists the risks of burglary and weather disasters, possessing features such as a top sash security blocks, 2 x robust locking mechanisms and reinforced tilt arms. In addition to the standard ‘A’ energy rating, class 3 air tightness, class 3a wind load, and class 5a water tightness.
Do uPVC Sliding Sash Windows Have a Manufacturing Guarantee?
Yes. You can expect that all our uPVC sliding sash windows at Quickslide contain a standard manufacturing guarantee of up to 10 years. Install your new uPVC sliding sash windows with Quickslide to ensure a stress-free state of mind and a secure space for you and your family by contacting us today!
Why Choose Quickslide Windows?
Since Quickslide was established, we have always offered products that fit seamlessly into any home. Our products are designed and manufactured to our customers’ specifications. The sliding sash windows we produce offer high levels of performance and they may even help you save money that would otherwise have been spent on energy bills.
We are always at the forefront of the home improvement industry. Our sash windows are available with the right specification to comply with relevant building regulations. There’s no need to worry about being restricted with your new sliding sash windows when you order from Quickslide.
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Take a look at our windows and start lowering your energy bills today! We have a wide selection available, including uPVC sliding sash windows, casement windows, flush sash windows, heritage windows and much more.
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