Close-up detail of a Conservation Area Approved Vertical Sash Window

uPVC windows in a conservation area? It’s possible…

Published: Friday 1st March 2019 | Categories: Recent Work

We have just completed a project to install Conservation Area Grade uPVC Sliding Sash Windows at a home in Chesterton, Cambridge. Rules regarding windows that can be installed at properties in this area are strict and uPVC windows are often not something that can be considered. However we can now install uPVC Sash Windows that pass the test.

Take a look at the results of our most recent install of these fantastic windows below;

With their slim profile and high end features such as the run-through horn, these are the very best example of uPVC sliding sash windows on the market. And as expected, they combine the stunning looks of traditional timber windows with the benefits of uPVC – low maintenance, no painting, no draughts and excellent thermal efficiency.

Find out more on our Conservation Area Approved Windows page or contact the team for a quote.

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