Sleek simple lines that deliver a contemporary look for any style of property
Modern uPVC frames with double or triple glazing help improve efficiency in period homes
Individually Tailor Made
Made to fit perfectly and precisely and available in a range of colours to complement your beautiful home
The ideal replacement window for period properties, VEKA FlushSash Windows blend traditional styling with modern performance. Simple classic lines deliver an authentic look, while contemporary uPVC frames offer superior energy efficiency.
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Clean, simple flush lines
Simple and easy to use
Long life and low maintenance
High security locking
Wide range of colours and glazing options
What are sash windows?
A FlushSash casement window fits true to its frame to give a beautiful flush appearance. The sash closes level into the outer frame, so it sits in line, rather than protruding from the exterior brickwork of your home like traditional Sash Windows. The result is a clean, modern and stylish appearance.
Can I fit uPVC windows in a conservation area?
Traditionally, timber sash windows are the preferred choice in conservation areas because of their unique character. However, if you want to replace them with energy-efficient uPVC windows, you are allowed to do so - as long as their appearance isn’t considerably different from the original design. Before replacing windows in a conservation area, you will need to speak to the local Planning Authority and Building Control, it’s important not to do anything until you have advised them of your plans. If the local Planning Authority have enforced an Article 4 direction, a planning application may be required for each replacement window, as it cannot be done under ‘permitted development’ in the usual way.
Do I need planning permission for new windows?
In normal circumstances, you can replace or add new UPVC windows to your home without needing planning permission. However, if your building is listed or in a conservation area you are likely to require planning permission.
Is there a cost difference if I choose a colour on one or both sides of my product?
Yes, if you choose any other colour rather then 'standard white' as a colour internally or externally there is an extra cost. Visit our visualiser to get an estimate for your home improvement or speak to your local installer for further detail.