“Our joinery makes box sash windows using fine timbers in a variety of colours and stains and to bespoke sizes.”


Box sash windows are sometimes also called “Hung Sash” windows or “Sash and Case” windows. All of these names essentially refer to the same thing, i.e. a window with one or more sliding panels or “sashes” which each hold a pane of glass.

Typically each frame contains two sashes which both slide vertically so that you can have an opening at the top or bottom of the frame, or both if desired – this is actually one of the most effective ways of ventilating a room since the top opening allows warm air to escape, and the bottom opening allows cooler air to be drawn in from outside, creating an efficient airflow current.

Some of our Windows (Different styles / colours of Box Sash Windows)

Below are just some of our casement Windows, visit the gallery to see the full range.

Box Sash Window Prices & Sizes

Please call us to discuss sizes and prices, we supply all standard and non standard sizes, prices are available by quote. Please find a rough cost per size table below. * Based on a single window



Our Box Sash windows are manufactured to high standards with specifications to match, generic specifications are below (specification relative to design).

  • Standard and Made to Measure Sizes
  • Single, Double and Triple Glazing
  • Bar Design Options
  • Engineered using laminated timbers which increases product durability, lifespan and reduces maintenance
  • Espag Locking Window Gear
  • Height up to 3 meters
  • Finished products in white or other colours
  • Traditional or Contemporary Ironmongery Features
  • Full Instructions for Self Assembly and Installation
  • Twin gasket system for weatherproofing
  • Increased ventilation with lockable mechanisms on Open windows
  • Flush window systems available
  • Fully tested and approved gaskets and seals
  • Glass is toughened
  • Good thermal performance (minimal heat loss)
  • Good security performance (thanks to effective locking mechanisms)
  • Good weather performance (durability against weathering, heat loss, UV damage)
  • Good Acoustic Performance

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Download Locking Systems Specification Brochure
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Glass Brochures & Design Ranges

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Trade Box Sash Windows

We supply this product to traders and:

  • Architects
  • Property Developers
  • Property Renovators
  • Installers
  • Commercial Businesses
  • Tradesmen

If you have a trade enquiry or would like to order this product in bulk then please call us on 0843 886 7763 to discuss or fill out the call back form to the right.

Lead Time

Our lead times vary depending on product specification and volume. We aim to have the shortest possible lead time from order to delivery, call us for a free quotation / estimate.

Below is some of our colours and stains available. We offer over 100 different colours and variant stains. We also offer a colour matching service if you have specific requirements.

Oak Stains


Mid Oak



Mid Oak




Idigbo Stains


Mid Oak



Mid Oak




Sapele Stains


Mid Oak



Mid Oak




Opaque Colours

















Powder Blue


Sea Green


Box Sash Window CAD Drawings

There are no CAD Drawings available for Download, please contact to request drawings.

Design, Manufacture and Delivery

All of our Box Sash Windows are designed and manufactured in the UK using sustainable sourced wood. Once manufacture has been completed the item will be sent and delivered shortly after. Products are all inspected thoroughly before being dispatched.

Our Box Sash Window Range Includes:
Box Sash 1

Box Sash 2


Box Sash 3

Box Sash 4

More about our Box Sash Windows

The “Box” or “Case” which is sometimes referred to is the casing at the sides (and sometimes top) of a sliding sash window frame which would traditionally house lead weights, attached to the opening sashes by cords or chains via pulleys in order to balance the weight of the sash and allow it to be left in any position when opened. With modern frames, other methods of balancing the sashes are often used, such as the spring balances which we use in our sash windows.

These modern balances are constructed from two counter-spiralling springs within a tube, which are arranged in such a way that the overall force exerted by the springs to pull the sash upwards is near-constant for the full range of extension of the spring. This means that the springs effectively “balance” the weight of the opening sash for its full range of movement, as if a counterweight were used, unlike a simple coil spring which would “pull harder” the more it is extended, making it unsuitable for use in sash windows.

The size of casing needed to house the lead weights fitted to traditional box sash windows meant that the windows would usually be fitted into a reveal, i.e. with part of the frame set behind the brickwork of the building. This means that the window would effectively have to intrude into the inside space of a room. Spring balances take up much less space than lead balance weights, and as a result we can now make windows with much narrower frame components, designed to be fitted into a standard brickwork cavity in much the same way as hinged casement windows.

These thinner frames mean that you can maximise the glass area within a given opening size, letting as much light in as possible. Spring balances and their frames are also generally more cost-effective than lead weights and the large timber frames needed to house them, making them very competitive on price – even competitive with softwood and uPVC windows in many cases. Please contact us for a quotation today!

If you are interested in our window products, or would like a free quotation, please fill out our callback request form, or call us on 0843 886 7763.

Our Designers

Windows & Doors UK have experienced designers who can help you with the design and style aspects of your box sash windows. From frame style to woodwork, from ironmongery options through to installation our designers can assist.

CAD drawings are produced outlining the windows dimensions, design and functionality aspects.

Ironmongery Options


Decorative ironmongery for Windows can play an important part in the overall look of new timber windows and doors. We source and provide a range of ironmongery options for windows and doors that complements the overall look and feel of the product.

From traditional to victorian, from modern to contemporary styles, you choose the handle style that fits your preference and we’ll ensure your windows and doors come supplied.

Replicate Windows

If you are looking to replicate an existing window style for your new hardwood windows then please give us a call on 0843 886 7763 to discuss your replica window requirements.

Some historic windows can (depending on age) be hard to find parts for, or may be beyond economical repair, at which point, replica windows are ideal to replace with a like for like style with new materials and parts.

Our Testimonials

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If you have purchased windows from us and would like to leave us a testimonial please e-mail mark@countryhardwood.co.uk with the subject “Testimonials for Windows and Doors UK”.


Windows & Doors UK make ordering a straightforward process. Once you have chosen your window / door product and have agreed the drawings / specifications and design the product will be scheduled for manufacture. Your products will be delivered by a scheduled date through recorded delivery.

Other Window Ranges

Below is our top level window range, custom windows are also available, call us to discuss.