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Technology With Traditional Styling Maintaining Authentic Looks...

James and Co. (Midlands) Ltd. range of Heritage Vertical Sliders capture the authentic appearance and familiar function of the traditional timber vertical sliding window but with a whole host of modern features. High performance, security, ease of use and cleaning plus energy efficiency.

Authentic detailing to the sash horns, deep bottom rail, slim interlock and traditional chamfer on the sashes. In the traditional property, it is almost indistinguishable from a timber alternative yet it offers all the inherent advantages of modern materials.


Benefit From The Many Optional Features Our Vertical Slider Has To Offer:

  • A. Decorative Sash Horns
  • B. Astragal Bars
  • C. Tilt Restrictors
  • D. Trickle Vent
  • E. Limit Stop
  • F. Gold Hardware Upgrade
  • G. Chrome Hardware Upgrade




















     









 
 
 
 


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