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  • The Belton Horizontal Sliding Sash Window, Gowercroft Joinery

    Horizontal Sliding Sash windows are similar to their more common Vertical Sliding Sash windows, but the sashes slide side-to-side, rather than up-and-down. These windows were traditionally used in workers’ cottages because they match the proportions of the buildings and were less expensive to produce.

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  • What is a Sash Window? ,Definition Types, Study.com

    As opposed to a window in which the frame is built into the wall, the sash makes the glass independent of the wall and lets it move. The sash itself is composed of panels of glass, individually

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  • SLIDING SASH WINDOWS ,TECHNICAL GUIDE

    13/6/2019 · Sliding sash windows are windows that open vertically or horizontally, by sliding the sash (panel that moves) along an embedded track. Vertical sliding window options are popular and include single-hung and double-hung windows. The difference between these two comes down to operable panels.

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  • Sash window ,Wikipedia

    The sliding mechanism makes sash windows more vulnerable to these problems than traditional casement windows. Sash windows are relatively high maintenance, but offer advantages in return (style, aesthetics, abides by laws (relating to older houses and buildings), natural resources etc.).

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  • HR 2100 Horizontal Rolling – EMC Windows and Doors

    An impact-resistant horizontal rolling window operates similar to a sliding door. Sliding windows sash slides open — perfect for satisfying bedroom egress requirements — and makes for a popular style in contemporary and modern homes.

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