What is a flush sash and why is it important?
Do you live in a traditional property? Are you currently looking at replacing your windows? Have you heard the term ‘flush’ sash windows mentioned but you’re unsure exactly what this means? If so, we’re here to enlighten you. Lots of people become confused with the terminology surrounding windows and window installations. Terms that seem simple and straightforward to industry insiders might sound like a foreign language to the average homeowner. So what is a flush sash window? Let’s take a closer look.
Replicating the traditional heritage aesthetic
If you look at the exterior of a modern property you’ll probably notice that the window frames protrude from the exterior wall. This is a common design of many casement windows. If you were to look at a traditional property’s exterior, you’ll see that the window frames are flat with the building’s exterior wall. This is what is known as a flush finish.
A flush sash window is an integral part of a traditional property’s aesthetic. When the windows pivot open, they close into the frame creating the flush finish. This creates a smooth exterior façade which epitomises the period charm of the building. When you want a uniform appearance to your home’s exterior, flush sash windows are an excellent choice.
Flush sash windows from High-Tech
The importance of a flush finish for your windows should not be underestimated. Flush sash windows from High-Tech provide many benefits for your home. Their multi-chambered PVCu frames help to boost insulation, improving energy efficiency to create a warmer home. Their flush finish provides excellent weather resistance and with multi-point locking as standard you’ll feel safe and secure when relaxing in your home.
When it comes to uPVC flush sash windows, High-Tech are an excellent choice. Our flush sash windows provide a tasteful traditional aesthetic with all the benefits of modern technology to create a warmer, safer home. If you’d like to find out more about flush sash windows from High-Tech, contact us today. Give us a call on 01452 857 057 or send us a message online.