Liniar Refine Flush Sash Windows
We manufacture our products to not only look fantastic but to provide the best safety possible for your home. Our Liniar Refine Flush Sash windows are based on traditional timber window styles with 21st-century features and benefits. As window suppliers we believe it is crucial that we offer the highest levels of security, as well as providing great thermal performance.
Our windows come in a wide range of colours and most are available within 5-7 days. The window is an exciting prospect for homeowners, which is why at TruFrame, we want them to be perfectly finished.
They are low maintenance and you’ll never have to treat or paint them. Customising our Liniar Refine Flush Sash windows with key-locking monkey tail handles and dummy stays, allows you to make the window your own, giving it the style and look you want.
We manufacture our windows using multi-chambered Liniar uPVC profiles in order to provide optimum thermal efficiency throughout your building, a window that provides warmth and comfort is what everyone needs.
As window manufacturers we also believe that looking after our customers is essential, which is why our Liniar Refine Flush Sash windows are Secured by Design accredited and Yale Shootbolt locking is covered by a money-back promise in the unlikely event of a break-in.
This window comes with 2 options – a mechanically jointed frame with a welded sash or a fully mechanical jointed option.
Our window and door products can bring any house to life, we aim to inspire the homeowner in order to find the product that’s perfect for them. We showcase a huge range of window products to cater for all potential customer’s needs and are sure to have the perfect product for you.
Interested in our Liniar Refine Flush Sash windows? Find a local supplier today and find yourself with the perfect windows.
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