Many would argue that the sash window is the most aesthetically-pleasing window design of them all and it’s hard to disagree. Few can counter that argument when they see sash windows adorned with beautiful Georgian bars. These particular sash windows have a movable panel that slides vertically upwards to create a sizeable opening when a burst of ventilation is needed in the summer months. The main difference between these sash windows and traditional sash window is that these windows are crafted from UPVC, not timber.
Georgian bars have also been included in the French doors and their accompanying side panelling. They open outwards if the occupants want to exchange their cosy indoor surroundings for the equally brilliant patio area. Around the back of the house is also a very pretty arched window that was specially crafted by our window experts and adds another dimension to its look. No bolder colour choice could have been made for the composite door than a strong black finish – if it’s good enough for No.10 then it’s most certainly good enough for this household. The two sash windows that sit aside of the front door really help to make the door look the part.
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