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Sliding sash windows for a traditional look

Sliding sash windows are typical of Victorian properties and have remained popular ever since.

At Diamond Locksmiths & Windows we know how much character can be lost or added when windows are replaced, so our sliding sash windows are based on an authentic Victorian design to ensure your property will look stylish.

The beauty of our windows is that you can enjoy all the charm of a traditional Victorian look, but without suffering the damp, draughts and noise associated with original sliding sashes. Our sash windows are built to last using modern manufacturing processes that will improve the energy efficiency and thermal performance of your home. And with modern fittings and locks security is never an issue.

Key features of sliding sash windows

  • Retain the traditional charm of a period property or add character to a newer property
  • Energy saving
  • Noise reduction
  • Increased security

Diamond Locksmiths & Windows installs double glazed windows in properties throughout South London and Surrey. Call us on 07900 218301 to make an appointment for your free no-obligation quote, or email

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What our customers are saying

Diamond fitted eleven EcoSlide uPVC sliding sash through-horn windows (including two bays) along with three uPVC Kommerling C70 casement windows in our Edwardian house. Many of the windows required complicated box-sash replacements and scaffolding. The work was performed to a very high standard and we are extremely happy with our new windows! We would certainly recommend Diamond if you want uPVC sliding sash windows. Sash windows can be very expensive, but Diamond Locksmiths & Windows were significantly cheaper than other companies and the work is excellent. Highly recommended.”

Source – Checkatrade 9.75/10


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