Glazed White Timber Inward Tilting Sliding Sash Window (H)1050mm (W)635mm

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03825259
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This timber sliding sash window supplied with chrome effect fittings comes complete with handles. The window is also double glazed with low emissive glass which makes it very efficient and great for insulating your home.

  • Guarantee - 10 years
  • Glazing type - Low E double glazed unit

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Features and benefits

Timber windows are a great way to give a traditional look to your home, and they last an extremely long time – up to 75 years – which makes them great value. They’re also highly energy efficient – keeping your home warmer in the winter months.

  • 30 years guarantee against rot & fungal attack, 10 years guarantee against manufacturing defects
  • 10 years guarantee against double glazing unit failure and 10 years guarantee on Hi-build factory painted external joinery
  • 168mm sill

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Glazed White Timber Inward Tilting Sliding Sash Window (H)1050mm (W)635mm
Height 1050mm
Width 635mm
Number of glazed panes 2
Number of openings 1
Uvalue 1.6W/mK
Glazing unit thickness 24mm
Model RLETVS0610
Brand B&Q

Health and safety information

Please note that this item comes with possible health and safety hazards. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Help & Advice

How to guides

How to repair a window

How to repair a window

Cracked or broken glass in windows or doors can be very dangerous, especially if you have small children or pets. You could be compromising the security of your home, and the glass won't be weatherproof any more. If you can't make a full repair straight away, try at least to make a temporary repair and ensure the area is safe.

If you need to replace glass in an upstairs window, work from a scaffold tower rather than a ladder and avoid working on a windy day. It's also best to carry the panes on edge to stop them bending and to wear protective gloves while you're doing the job. And remember that to handle large pieces of glass safely, you'll need someone to help you.

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