20th September 2016 | Scott Ripton

In this week’s blog Scott Ripton talks about a recent Ripton Windows installation of flush sash windows.

The installation team has been hard at work, using the last days of summer to install some fantastic windows, doors, and conservatories for our very happy customers. Our fitters take pictures of the work that they have done, they like showing their fantastic workmanship. Consequently, we get a wide variety of installation images. Recently we fitted some fantastic flush sash windows which I thought looked really smart. Take a look at the images below!

What are Flush Sash?

First of all, these windows include black window frames, and white sashes, which has resulted in a fantastic finish. The flush sash window profile is designed to replicate traditional wooden window. Most importantly, the window and the frame are flush on the outside, which results in a seamless look. The classic style and finish of these windows look fantastic in a period property. The flush sash window also doesn’t have welded joints, therefore it look like a traditional wooden window. Additionally, it can be fitted with a wide variety of handles, including traditional style monkey tail and pear drop handles.

In this image is the Halo Flush Sash window profile, which is steel reinforced. It comes in White, White Woodgrain, Rosewood, Cherrywood or can be sprayed to a RAL colour of your choice. In addition, the normal handle comes in  Black, Polished Gold, Polished Chrome, Satin Chrome, and Smokey Chrome. In contrast, the Pear drop and Monkey tail handles come in Antique Black, Hardex Chrome, Hardex Gold, and Hardex Graphite.

Have you had products installed by Ripton Windows? Take some pictures and post them on our Facebook page – you might even see them feature on our blogs in the future! Finally, why not send us a review and let us know what you thought of the team?

Scott Ripton


Flush Sash
Flush Sash

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