FAQ Category: PVCu Sliding Sash Windows

My sashes are stiff sliding up and down, what do I do?

If you have foamed or packed your windows too tight, this is likely to make them stiff. If the sashes tilt fine, the bottom sashes can be adjusted on the shoe bar under the sash. If you have constant force, the coils might be running dry. This can happen with building dust, plaster dust etc. […]

Why is my sash window druaghty?

Please check the following; Does your sash sit even all the way across the bottom on the sill when the window is closed? Does your top sash fit even across the top at the head when your window is closed? Is the gap on the woolpile down the side even at the top, middle, and […]

My sash is not able to tilt, what do I do?

If you have foamed your window in, or packed the frame too tight, this could potentially cause the sash and the tilt arms to be hard to tilt inwards and to slide up and down. It’s also worth checking if you have bent the tilt arms. This could cause it to get stuck in the […]

Do you offer triple glazing on sash windows?

We can offer triple glazing on a number of products. However, it’s important to remember, that when you have a shallow unit depth (such as 24mm on a sash window), triple glazing often ends up less efficient than double glazing. We’d encourage you to talk to our sales team about your requirements. If we can […]