Our sliding sash windows combine the traditional character of original timber sash windows with all the benefits of a modern, thermally broken aluminium profile. Stylish and low maintenance; our aluminium sash windows are explicitly designed to complement Georgian and Victorian architecture. They provide great ventilation and regularly achieve approval for use in conservation areas.
The VS 600 vertical sliding window is a brand new innovation to the Smart product range. VS600 incorporates the traditional styling of sash windows with the advantages of modern thermal aluminium profile.
A traditional sash window that may be used in heritage and conservation areas where Georgian and Victorian architecture is predominate. The ease of operation and excellent natural ventilation rates means that VS 600 is also suited to high occupancy buildings. The window offers a flush opening with no projection into or out of the building, this style of window is frequently used on schools and hospitals. VS 600 hardware has been designed alongside the experts at Caldwell and utilises various standard hardware designs. As well as the vertical sliding sash, VS 600 features a ‘tilt in’ operation that facilitates the cleaning of the external glass.
Peace of mind and a sound investment in your property
The MPS range of windows offers all you would expect from a quality system – greater comfort, better insulation, minimal maintenance, aesthetically pleasing appearance and enhanced security. In short, the MPS product range offers you peace of mind but even more it represents a sound investment in your property or project. Whatever your taste or style of home, we can offer distinctive window designs to suit. Our unique style of windows are available in a choice of finishes and colours externally and internally.
Our windows and doors have been designed to reduce heat loss by the use of a thermally broken aluminium frame with a polyamide bridge. The Polyamide material has a very high resistance to heat transfer from the inner face of a frame (i.e. inside a room) to the external face of a frame (i.e. outside).
These thermally broken frames provide homeowners with windows and doors that have distinct advantages.