uPVC Sash Windows In Slough & Berkshire

Historically, sash windows have been associated with a traditional Victorian property. At New Look Double Glazing, we believe that our uPVC sash windows are befitting of your traditional or modern property, owing to our contemporary construction methods. By combining the classic design of sash windows with contemporary construction, we offer a solution to widely regarded problems with sash windows such as rattling and draughts. The sliding mechanism fitted into our sash windows means that you can easily control the airflow into your home.

Made for you

Our expert advisors, surveyors, and craftsmen will tailor your new sash windows for a precise fit and finish. There is a range of styles, glazing options and accessories to make sure that your windows deliver exactly what your property deserves.

Safe and secure

With their modern mechanisms and state-of-the-art multi-point locking system, you can rest assured that our sash windows are safe and secure. The easy-to-move sashes slide up and down with a simple action and can be held open in any position by the in-built, counter-balancing mechanism. uPVC window frames are characteristically vigorous, able to withstand extreme forces. The advanced locking systems and traditionally beaded window frames will ensure the safety and security of your home from potential intruders for many years.

User Friendly

With the tilt opening mechanism, these versatile windows can also be opened inwards on their side hinges making them easy to clean without the hassle of going outside of your property. The inward opening is designed with your safety in mind as sash windows are an effective escape route in case of a fire and other emergencies.

Practically maintenance-free

Our uPVC windows are built to last and extremely easy to maintain. uPVC is a sturdy material that will never rot, rust, peel or flake and is also lead-free and fully recyclable. They also come fitted with easy to clean hinges, requiring just the sporadic clean using warm, soapy water to keep your windows looking brand new.

Long lasting and durable material

uPVC is certainly the long-term solution for your property, with a lengthy lifespan of up to 35 years. uPVC windows do not rot, warp, split or corrode – common problems among other materials

Highly energy efficient

Both double glazed and fully sealed, our uPVC double glazed sash windows are notably energy-efficient and help protect your home against heat loss, saving you money on your energy bills! New Look Double Glazing’s uPVC sash windows attain A+ energy ratings as standard. These double-glazed windows will keep your home insulated and the draughts out, which will help to reduce your energy bills. The high levels of insulation will also block out act as a noise pollution barrier, leaving you with a peaceful and warm property. Our uPVC sash windows have a low u-value of 1.4 which ensures minimal heat loss.


As a Britain based company, we can understand the importance of weather-proof windows in the damp British weather. We have designed our uPVC sash windows to protect homeowners from any weather-related problems. Our uPVC sash windows will not swell or rot and our coextruded bubble gasket – also known as a compression seal, will ensure that our uPVC sash windows will remain resilient to air and water. This seal is added during the extrusion process meaning the seal is continuous and covers every inch of the window, ensuring that draughts are kept out for longer.

Environmentally friendly

At New Look Double Glazing, we take great pride in serving the planet. We recycle our uPVC and our window frames are completely lead-free, making them environmentally friendly. Our uPVC is also family friendly as it is produced from non-toxic substances including salt. Overall, PVC is one of the most non-toxic, energy efficient, versatile, and cost-effective materials available today.  In terms of recycling, uPVC windows are 100% recyclable and can be recycled up to 10 times, meaning each window has an estimated lifespan of around 350 years. It is for these reasons that uPVC is the most popular material on the market today.

Key Features

  • 28mm thick glass
  • Perfect for a traditional Victorian property
  • Smooth running mechanisms
  • Maintenance-free design that won’t rot, crack or warp
  • Low u-value- 1.4
  • 28mm thick glass

UPVC Tilt and Turn Window Colour Options



Golden Oak


Anthracite Grey


Irish Oak

Chartwell Green

If you would like a colour to match the exterior of your home and a different colour to match the interior, there is also a dual colour option.

4 Steps To Your New uPVC Sash Windows


Design and survey

Our expert team assist you in choosing the perfect windows for you and measurements are taken


All our windows are manufactured in a bespoke way


Installation is made easy and stress-free with our professional installers


We provide a 10-year guarantee for your peace of mind

FAQs about UPVC Sash Windows

What does UPVC stand for?

uPVC stands for Unplasticised Poly Vinyl Chloride. It is a robust and long-lasting material, used as a substitute for painted wood. It is commonly used in the construction industry for making windows and pipes as it has extremely low maintenance.

How long do UPVC windows last?

Modern UPVC should last the lifetime of the property, without rotting, rusting, peeling, or flaking. If your UPVC windows show any of these signs, then they may need to be replaced sooner. Our 10-year guarantee means that we can replace your UPVC windows if you have any of these problems.

Do colours UPVC windows fade?

We design our UPVC windows to be robust and long-lasting. The colour should not fade if correctly maintained. If this does happen, our 10-year guarantee means that we can replace your UPVC windows.

What maintenance do UPVC windows require?

UPVC windows are extremely easy to maintain. They only require an occasional wipe down with a damp cloth to keep them looking brand new!

Are your UPVC windows secure?

All our UPVC windows are fitted with multi-point locks and the glass is internally beaded, which prevents the glass being removed from the outside.