- The natural beauty of real wood
- Combined with modern performance features
- Choice of durable softwood or hardwood
- Smooth to open and draught-free when closed
- Energy efficient, and can help reduce your heating bills
Our wooden sliding sash windows’ energy-efficient construction comes with B-rated glass as standard to help reduce your heating bills and keep your home warm when it’s cold outside. We can even make them tilt so cleaning is easy.
They are built for security with shoot-bolt locks, key locking handles and toughened glass and also offer effective noise reduction – our wooden window range is very good at cutting down sounds from outside.
It’s simple to find the cost and energy–savings you’re looking for. One of our Anglian designers will visit you at home to give expert advice based on your particular needs and show you the benefits of our wooden sash windows. They’ll also guide you through deciding on decorative bars and glass to give your home the style you’re looking for.
Once you’ve decided what you want, they can give you an accurate quote. Your wooden windows will be made to your exact specifications, ensuring that they fit perfectly in your home.
We design every window with our three values in mind
Your security is of paramount importance, so at Anglian we manufacture windows to reflect this. Each window is made with robust multi-chambered uPVC with welded joints for added strength against forced entry.
All our windows achieve a high energy rating, with triple glazing guaranteeing maximum performance. With recent advancements in glass technology, our windows are more energy efficient than ever, saving you money on heating bills and helping to cut carbon emissions.
All our A-rated windows provide a sound protection level of 31dB, however our "Safe and Sound" range goes further for those living by busy roads, flight paths and railways.
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Home Inspiration From Anglian
Need help deciding on your windows beween sash and all the other options? Or are you full of enthusiasm about transforming your home but need a little guidance on how to do it? Look no further than our "Good to be Home" online magazine - it's brimming with ideas - and gives you a peek at other people's homes too!