Mechanically jointed sash windows for an authentic look
The Ultimate in uPVC sliding sash windows
Traditional timber sash windows are made with mechanical joints. Today’s uPVC alternatives lack this design detail as the joints are welded instead. They may look the part from a distance but conservation officers and discerning homeowners will be able to tell the difference up close. Ultimate Rose is fully mechanically jointed to help it closely replicate an original sash window. In fact, the difference is so hard to tell, even up close, that our Ultimate Rose sash windows have been accepted in sensitive conservation areas where maintaining traditional aesthetics is crucial.
If you live in a period property or a conservation area, Ultimate Rose sash windows will provide you with the security, high thermal performance and low maintenance of modern uPVC windows, yet still retain your home’s beautiful traditional appearance.
Ultimate Rose features
Perhaps the most definitive feature of the Ultimate Rose is that it provides the slimmest meeting rail on the market at 35mm. Other features of the Ultimate Rose sash window include bespoke traditional furniture, A rated as standard, flat putty-style glass lines for authenticity, the slimmest most timber-like sightlines of any window on the market and period astragal bar designs. Ultimate Rose is available in white woodgrain as standard and in a choice of woodgrain foils to suit your taste as well as match the existing style of your home, they are also able to be spray-finished in any RAL colour. To further complete the timber look, a range of astragal bar designs are available as well as many different hardware options to choose from.
The Ultimate Rose sash window won the ‘New Product of the Year’ award in the 2013 Glass and Glazing Industry Awards. The award recognised the Ultimate Rose as an “outstanding new product that will make major inroads to improving overall building performance” and it was recognised for its craftsmanship and highly detailed design, which makes it an excellent replacement window for heritage and conservation projects.