Storm sash windows

Storm sash windows were widely used in modern buildings of the 1950's. The most recognisable design feature of storm sash windows are the rebated casements that stand proud of the face of the framework. In addition to visual appearance, this feature provides extra rain protection and acts as a wind break when the casement is closed against the draught seals.

Our storm sash windows are fitted with high performance multi-point locks for heightened security and comply with the requirements of current building regulations.