The AMS XTC902 sash is a heritage style, steel look-alike, reflecting the window style particularly associated with the Art Deco and Modernist era of architecture. The window visually resembles the famous Crittall steel window systems of the 19th and early 20th century. The minimalist frames and grid-like feature of the AMS XTC window taps into the current trend for creating a feel for industrial style spaces whilst maintaining a modern chic flair. This style of window has the ability to give a space an edgy, contemporary look and feel both internally and externally while allowing for greater levels of light due to its extra slim profiles. Other than satisfying current trends, this window system is perfect for conservation projects with slim sightlines and the modern benefits of thermally broken aluminium profiles. The AMS XTC window also allows for a warmer space with the further advantage of impressive U-Values due to its patented thermally efficient polyurethane foam technology
AMS have supplied the AMS XTC window system delivering the style needs of conservation projects and the thermal efficiency requirement of comfortable modern living standards. Examples of our window systems have been showcased at highly prestigious locations including, Benwell Road, in London with Compass Windows and at Stanley Dock in Liverpool. Below you can see a before and after picture of the Benwell Road project with the XTC66 window system in place.