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Vertical Sliding Sash Windows Owestry

Vertical sliding sash windows Owestry are an increasingly favoured option for a broad range of properties, spanning various eras. These windows present a superior, yet cost-efficient alternative to the classic timber sash windows, whilst providing all the advantages of uPVC. This includes improved insulation capabilities, modern thermal efficiency, and minimal upkeep due to their toughened double-glazed profiles. Their traditional aesthetic appeal is striking and offers a unique charm that can enhance the look of any residence. These windows are custom-made to meet an array of individual preferences; this encompasses a vast selection of colours, specially shaped frames, bespoke glass, and a variety of hardware options available in numerous finishes. For added traditional appeal, there is also the possibility to include ornamental sash horns.


As standard, our vertical sliding sash windows are fitted with pole eyes, tilt knobs, sash lifts, sash locks and travel restrictors. Choose from either white, chrome, gold, black or satin finishes.


All of our vertical sliding sash windows are ‘A’ rated as standard, with toughened double-glazed units to the top and bottom sashes, which means exceptional thermal, security and safety performance.

 Additional security is provided in the form of an anti-jemmy security bar, which is extruded in the cill for added strength, giving you extra peace of mind.

Visit our showroom

At OWD, our showroom display includes a selection of uPVC window frames and doors in various styles, colour options and designs, plus an array of obscure glass designs and patterns. Chat to us about our fully CERTASS registered installers, our Insurance Backed Guarantee Policy and 10-year Warranty on all products.

We offer a FREE consultation, site visit and quotation service – let OWD assist you through the process of deciding what best suits your budget and property. 

Contact us now for further information or to book an appointment. All photographs are OWD projects.