Vertical secondary glazing is mainly used where the windows have vertical mullions this is normally found in casement windows. This type of secondary glazing allows for easy access to the existing window for ventilation and cleaning as they can be slid from the left or the right, they are available in sections up to five panels wide.
Our secondary glazed vertical sliders are designed from the ground up to fit over traditional sliding sash or modern ‘mock sash’ windows. As one of the most popular window styles found in listed buildings, they use tensioned balances to support the sashes, letting them slide up and down easily. When happy, counterbalanced hardware allows the sash to be left in any desired position.
We also produce a deluxe vertical sliding option with sashes that tilt in addition to sliding for maximum cleaning ability and flexibility.
This is our deluxe version of our vertical sliding secondary glazing, this system does everything our vertical sliding system does with the added advantage of opening inward to an angle of 45% for ease of cleaning and ventilation, the secondary glazing sashes themselves can also be removed if needed.
This is our hinged secondary glazing system and can be hinged from either side or from the top, this style of secondary glazing is very unobtrusive due to the fact you can have an open central pane that does not obstruct the sight lines of the windows.
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