Sliding Sash Windows High Wycombe

uPVC Vertical Sliding Windows in High Wycombe

If you are looking for sash windows in High Wycombe, Aylesbury, Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, Maidenhead, and Buckinghamshire, then you’ve come to the right place.

Our selection of sash windows can be engineered to look just as traditional or contemporary as you’d like. With various optional designs such as sash horns, astragal bars and woodgrain colours, you can design replacement windows that are perfectly tailored to you.

Also for your peace of mind, every window installed by us at Jack of Glass is registered with leading body FENSA.


High Performance Sash Windows

As well as letting in an appreciated cool breeze while open, uPVC sash windows in High Wycombe are capable of delivering impressive levels of heat retention and thermal efficiency. Boasting an inventive multi-chambered design means that any heat generated in your home have a tougher time escaping from your property.

Although inherently classic in terms of aesthetic design, our range of uPVC sash windows in Buckinghamshire have successfully evolved with the times, catering to the specific needs of the modern homeowner. For increased child-safety and effortless cleaning, each sliding sash boasts an easy-clean tilt feature which allows the window to be tilted towards the user. This means they can be cleaned without ever leaving the comfort of your own home.

Emulate the look of Timber

A classical design that never fails to introduce a sense of beauty and authenticity into any home, our selection of vertical sash windows retains the attractive visual style they have become known for, this time in uPVC for all of the material’s modern perks and benefits.

If your home is one of the few in Buckinghamshire still sporting an original timber sash window, a wood-effect replacement from Jack of Glass is an ideal alternative. Sliding sash windows in High Wycombe are known for their unique ability to let their sash slide upwards into the frame, allowing homes to enjoy a better sense of the open feel of nature.