All about Spectus Sliding Sash Windows
Our Spectus Vertical Slider is widely regarded as one of the best uPVC sliding sash windows around. That’s because TruFrame products are designed and built to look stunning, whilst also providing the best possible safety and energy efficiency ratings for your home.
With its superior performance, functionality and low maintenance requirements, the Spectus Vertical Slider is the perfect window for any home. Employing timeless design, along with carefully selected, environmentally friendly materials and industry-leading TruFrame engineering, look no further for your next home improvement project.
At TruFrame we understand that choosing your new windows is a very personal choice, so all of our windows come with a myriad of customizability options. With a huge range of uPVC window products to cater for all potential customer’s needs, you can be sure we have the perfect product for you.
Energy efficiency is a key consideration for any customer looking to purchase new windows, which is why we designed all of our products to earn the highest BFRC rating as standard. Research has proven that poor quality uPVC and ill-fitted products are responsible for up to 20% of a home’s total waste.
To achieve optimal energy efficiency, TruFrame manufacture windows using multi-chambered uPVC profiles in order to provide warmth and comfort year-round and reduce energy wastage.
TruFrame is dedicated to providing the highest levels of security, which is why we only offer world-renowned Yale locking systems on every one of our products, to ensure your peace of mind. Customer support and satisfaction is of utmost importance to us, so we provide guarantees in the unlikely event of a break-in.
24th February 2021
The Price is Right: How To Justify Your Quote and Price Against Competitors
The quote is an essential part of conducting business in the fenestration industry. If a customer requests a quote, this means they are carefully considering your services. However, at this stage, business can be easily won or lost so it’s important to get it right. It is more than likely that you have come across […]Read on
20th January 2021
Looking Ahead: What 2021 Could Hold for Double Glazing and Home Improvements
It is without a doubt that 2020 will be a year that many will never forget, probably for all the wrong reasons. The global pandemic has forced businesses to adapt in order to survive – the fenestration industry included. However, despite the uncertainty still in the country, there has been a surge in homeowners looking […]Read on
20th January 2021
Part M Building Regulations: Building Regulations For Accessible Housing
In September 2019, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick put accessible housing back to the forefront of the building agenda by launching a consultation to consider how best to raise the accessibility of new homes, in order to meet the needs of older and disabled people. As it currently stands, Part M Building Regulations are responsible for […]Read on