When considering sliding sash windows one of the key factors to take into account is which period style your property has.
One of the most popular and recognisable styles is the Victorian sliding sash which is characterised with its familiar design of two panes in the top sash and two panes in the bottom sash.
Traditionally properties built from the first half of the 19th century right through to the very beginning of the 20th century will have been built with Victorian style windows.
This layout was traditionally achieved with the manufacture of 4 panes of glass divided by timber and decorated with ornate astragal bar inside and out. This layout completes an impressive appearance and maximises the light accessing the home.
The modern day equivalent achieves exactly the same period look with a combination design features that delivers the Victorian character coupled with modern energy efficiency and performance.
Found in a wide variety of homes from modest Victorian terraces through to more imposing detached properties the Victorian style sliding sash window is a highly familiar & significant feature.
The assorted design features available on the Genesis Vertical sliding sash make it the ideal solution for Victorian properties across the UK. The blend of the iconic Victorian style means the windows look totally authentic and are often mistaken for timber such is the convincing appearance.
Add to this other bespoke features, including deep bottom rail and run through decorative sash horns and you will begin to appreciate just how authentic this window looks.