24.05.2013 News

Heritage Sliding Sash Has The Slimmest Frame Section Available Today

In many cases heritage windows that feature sliding sash mechanisms that incorporate double glazing cannot satisfy the most sensitive of replacement situations due to the section sizes needed to accommodate double glazing. This results in products projecting into rooms causing problems with internal shutters and other decorative features.

The frame depth is 28mm slimmer than our Traditional Range at 140mm, with a glass- line to daylight frame width 13mm smaller at 47mm. This helps to ensure the product is ideal for retaining original internal features and maximising glass areas. Available in single or slimline glazing with lambs tongue profile glazing beads , putty bead mouldings and a range of lambs tongue glazing bars.

Ian Dear, Joinery specialist at Parker Building Supplies said: “Often when faced with conservation or heritage projects, requirements are increasingly specific. The Heritage window range, which complements Bereco’s already fantastic range of windows, includes single glazing, slimline glass options, reduced sections on sliding sash and deeper bottom rails. This will now allow Parkers to promote products in this sector and through architectural specifications in the South East.”

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