Choosing new or replacement windows for a Southall can be daunting. There are so many styles and configurations it can be hard to choose. For traditional homes, sash windows are the most common type of existing windows. They are also found in many modern homes, as they are highly functional. But, older sash windows made of wood can rot, become difficult to slide up and down, and may warp, making them less useful. UPVC Sash Windows offer the same ease of use, with many advantages over wood.
The variety of styles and colors in UPVC windows is nearly unlimited. Most manufacturers offer several attractive colours for window sashes. If a desired colour is not available, the window sashes can easily be painted. Painting allows the homeowner to maintain a particular paint scheme, when trying to achieve a certain look on the home’s exterior. Styles include basic and more detailed options, such as Georgia bars.
New sash windows in UPVC offer the same benefits as traditional sash windows, but with lower maintenance. If chosen in one of the many available colours, no painting is required. Older slide windows will rattle, squeak, and sometimes stick, due to warping of the wood frames and damage to the cords. New UPVC windows don’t rely on a cord system, so they will always slide up and down with ease. They are also designed to tilt inward for cleaning. Homeowners in the Middlesex region who want attractive, yet functional windows should find a reputable installer who has experience installing UPVC sash windows.