For those with older or more traditionally-styled properties, Evander’s sash windows come with a great choice of frame types and finishes. Available with either uPVC, timber or aluminium frames, our sliding sash windows are constructed to be highly secure whilst still providing a classic look.
Our Sliding Sash Windows come in three main materials. uPVC, Timber and Aluminium. uPVC is strong, durable and requires very little maintenance. Aluminium sash windows offer great longevity and are extremely tough. Timber windows, although more expensive, create a truly unique look and feel to your windows that you can only get with real timber.
Weather you choose uPVC for a classic finish, aluminium for creating a stunning look for modern homes, or timber for a truly unique and bespoke style, buying your new Sliding Sash Windows from Evander guarantees you strong, reliable and beautiful windows for your entire home.
Some older properties with existing windows may be listed, or be protected as part of a conservation area or similar. Where replacement sash windows are required for homes like these, you may need to meet certain criteria which can be obtained from your local planning authority.
Sash windows open by sliding the bottom panel upwards, or the top panel downwards. They’re great for saving space, as the window does not have to swing outwards or inwards.
If you’d like a quote, we’ll need to perform a survey and take measurements. This is completely free, and the quote we provide is no obligation. Please call 0345 145 0130 or use our book a free survey form to get started.
When it comes to the look of your new Sliding Sash Windows you’ll be spoilt for choice. We have a range of traditional and contemporary finishes for your new windows and we offer over 8 beautiful colours as standard.
For the truly unique, we also offer you the ability to chose from any RAL colour. This gives you the ability to match your windows to your existing garage, windows or doors to fully compliment the overall look and feel of your property.
When replacing your windows or having new glazing fitted, it’s important understand the differences between double and triple glazing. They both have their own individual benefits, so a big factor will be budget and individual preference.
Double glazing is two panes of glass in a sealed frame. Triple glazing, as you can guess, is two panes of glass in a sealed frame with a third in the middle. With the addition of an extra pane, this does increase the cost, but the additional price can bring a lot of extra benefits and the extra paid can soon become an investment.
Double glazing offers great insulation to your home so it’s understandable that triple glazing offers even more. Reports have shown that upgrading your windows from double glazing to triple glazing can reduce your annual energy bill by up to 50%. This, of course, is assuming that the rest of your house is well insulated too. There’s no benefit of having well-insulated windows just for the heat retained to seep out an old, drafty front door.
Most homeowners will be familiar with this term. Most people feel they can control the cold weather by getting better insulation, Whereas in summer, typically south, south/west facing windows, can increase the room temperature to unbearable levels.
This is where triple glazing can help as it has a lower G-Value (lower is better for glass, keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer). Double glazing’s G-Value is typically around 70% and triple glazing is around 30%-50%.
Home security is always a big concern. Two-thirds of all break in’s occur through the front door, back door or a ground floor window. To have sturdy and secure doors, only to have old ground floor, single glazed windows with rotten frames, completely removes that level of security. Remember that burglars are opportunistic and will always look for the easiest point of entry.
Double glazing creates a stronger window and triple glazing only increases this strength as there are three panes instead of two. Also, triple glazing is extremely effective for noise reduction making this a must if you live on a busy street or near the main road.
Buying a new door or new windows can be a daunting experience and seem expensive. However, when you start to realise how much money is wasted by poor energy rated windows, that expense soon turns into an investment. Around 20 – 30% of the heat in your home is lost through windows.
Installing new, energy efficient windows with double or triple glazing will reduce this amount significantly, saving you money and keeping the heat where it should be, in your home.
As an Evander customer, you can rest assured that any work we carry out is fully guaranteed, no matter the type of job. Each part of our business is scrutinised regularly by various industry bodies and accreditors, who help us to go above and beyond in customer service, job safety and engineer skills; among other things.
When you choose Evander, you’re choosing quality, safety and
professionalism – which are exactly what your property deserves.