Rose Collection windows are installed UK-wide, through a trusted network of experienced sash window installers. We have been working with reliable and skilled tradesmen since 1977, hand-selecting and approving each professional installation team. Our approved installers help us deliver a high quality service, and ensure that you have an excellent experience with your Rose Collection windows.

At Roseview, we have experience in the trade and commercial markets as well as in the domestic sector, having worked closely with many architects, developers, project managers and main contractors in projects of various scales. Roseview vertical sliders have been installed in both new-build and traditional properties, including buildings situated within sensitive conservation areas.

Contact Details

  Website
  City Olney
  Postcode MK46 5EA
  Address Yardley Road Industrial Estate
  Phone Number 01234712657

Products & Services

UPVC SASH Windows

Vertical sliding sash windows are renowned for their classic design and elegant appearance, and can add a touch of traditional charm to any home. Whether you are looking to replace your existing timber frames, or wish to have new windows installed entirely, the Rose Collection will give you all the performance benefits of uPVC whilst being virtually indistinguishable from timber.

Originally, sash windows were made using timber frames. Over time, original timber sash windows tend to present the same problems: rotting frames, rattling glazing, peeling paint and droughtiness. To combat these problems, window companies started manufacturing windows using uPVC. Modern uPVC sash windows are popular because they are energy efficient, long-lasting and basically maintenance-free. New uPVC windows are also more cost-effective than timber, and can be designed to look exactly the same as a traditional style window.


Residential

The Rose Collection can be tailored to fit all styles of home and a variety of different budgets. Whether you live in a new-build structure in need of a traditional touch, or are seeking to replace the ageing timber sash windows in a period cottage, there’s a Rose Collection uPVC sash window to suit. The Ultimate, Heritage, and Charisma provide homeowners with huge choice – all unique, all coming at different price points, but delivering a level of authenticity you won’t find anywhere else in the UK.


Commercial

From social housing and public buildings to new build, Rose Collection windows have been used extensively in the commercial sector for three decades. That means we’ve got impressive expertise in planning, specification, project management, building management and more, and liaising with architects, conservation officers, site managers and clients.

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New on our blog - Property developer Claire Totman shares why she swears by our #SashWindows for her projects! https://t.co/AsDV7vgM0T
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Another lovely Heritage Rose #SashWindow installation by @nott_win To find out more about our #HeritageRose - https://t.co/eikDiCdy8p
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What a transformation! An #UltimateRose bay - installed by @sciwindows in Morden! https://t.co/S3jFTJmoUi
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The #UltimateRose Sash Windows in cream. A lovely installation by @JewelWindows https://t.co/DJl2Ws6VJx
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Love this transformation on this pretty house - the coloured glass makes it unique yet the #SashWindows keep it tra https://t.co/7ocjgV8XyV
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We can spray any RAL colour! Here is our #UltimateRose in #AgateGrey, a beautiful installation by @nott_win https://t.co/EhuYHCZ0xs
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Our #UltimateRose next to a casement. Perfect example of how our #SashWindows can completely transform a property! https://t.co/MbzDjHcVVK
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