New Rehau Heritage Sash Windows installed in Thornliebank, Glasgow recently. Our client wanted to keep the traditional appearance of her original timber sash windows.
You can see from the image the similarity between the new Rehau upstairs bay compared to the existing timber bay downstairs, the sightlines are an accurate match. Then in contrast the more common tilt and turn windows fitted to the adjacent house, showing far more uPVC that is not in keeping with the original look of the property.
Recent installation of our Rehau Heritage sash windows in Giffnock, with the new window on the left in the picture above.
The client opted for the Rehau “Simply White” grained foil as opposed to the standard smooth white to keep the windows looking like an original timber sash window.
They decided not to keep the surface mounted astragal design but opted for our unique run through sash horn and slim sash profile. The result is a a window that maintains the look and character of the original house but brings a maintenance-free, draught-free secure window that glides up and down effortlessly.