• Casement

UPVC casement windows are one of the most popular types of windows in Britain. A casement window (or casement) is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges. Casement windows are hinged at the side. (Windows hinged at the top are referred to as awning windows. Ones hinged at the bottom are called hoppers.) They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, in which case they are hinged on the outside.

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• A-Rated

Window Energy Ratings tell you how energy-efficient your windows are. The rating system is based on a scale of A-G, with A-rated windows being the most energy-efficient.

Considering the fact that up to 25% of the heat within most homes escapes through the windows, it’s easy to see why more and more people are opting for A-rated windows by installing energy-efficient glass into their existing window frames.

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• Georgian

Georgian windows are uniquely combined with all the advantages of modern glazing technology. Our range will add a touch of class to any home to give a traditional and period style feel to the property properties. With a choice of white and woodgrain finishes in Light Oak, Rosewood and White.




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• Verticle Sliding Sash

At PDS all of our Sliding Sash Windows are manufactured in the UK’s leading profile Renaissance, specifically designed to offer reinforced strength as standard, energy saving thermal properties, excellent weathering performance and low maintenance.

Our double glazed sash windows come in a range of classic styles with modern-day conveniences and security features. All windows come with several security locks, keeping you safe and secure at all times.


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• Tilt & Turn

Tilt and turn windows give your property a great looks, pleanty of light and fresh air to let the summer into your home. With such high performance insulation they keep the warm air in and the cold air out, combined with the simple ‘tilt and turn’ opening system, this style provides you with uPVC windows that are extremely easy to clean, both inside and out.

They are also incredibly easy to operate. With a simple twist of the handle, the window can be tilted inwards from the top for normal ventilation. An easy half-turn of the handle allows you to open the window the whole way from the side to let the summer in.

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• Triple Glazed

UPVC triple glazed windows will keep more heat in your home, keeping your properties energy rating up meaning you will no longer need to have your central heating for long periods – therefore helping you to reduce both your property’s carbon emissions and monthly heating bills.

The materials and components used in the production of the UPVC triple glazed windows have been selected for their contribution to the overall thermal efficiency of the product.


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