The PVC-u Sash Window brings the classic good looks combined with the work-free qualities of Upvc. With the extra feature of the easy clean facility, the sash window is able to be tilted inwards to allow for easy cleaning. Our sash windows are practically maintenance free and reduce outside noise whilst adding value to your home.
Our Sash windows are internally beaded and come with a full range of reinforcement for improved strength, rigidity and now comes with a new multi-point security-locking system. With the Counter sprung design it makes it easy to glide smoothly up and down, and stay open in any position
All properties lose heat through their windows. Installing energy efficient glazing is an effective way of reducing your energy bills. Double glazing works by trapping air between two panes of glass, which creates an insulating barrier. This barrier reduces heat loss and, in most cases, reduces condensation on your windows.
Energy efficient windows are available in a variety of frame materials and styles. They also vary in their energy efficiency depending on how well they stop heat from passing through the window, how much sunlight travels through the glass and how little air can leak in or out around the window.
Here at Peerless Windows we use a window energy rating scheme to show the energy efficiency on our product. To understand this, it is very similar to the one you may have seen on appliances such as your fridge, or washing machine. The minimum standard is ‘C’ rated with A-rated being the most efficient.
So what are the benefits of double glazing?
- Smaller energy bills: Replacing all windows with energy efficient glazing could save you around £130 per year on your energy bills.
- A smaller carbon footprint: by using less fuel, you’ll generate less of the carbon dioxide (CO2) that leads to global warming.
- A more comfortable home: Energy efficient glazing reduces heat loss through windows and means fewer draughts and cold spots.
- Reduced condensation: Energy efficient glazing reduces condensation build-up on the inside of windows.