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Timber Aneeta Sashless Windows


Stegbar Sashless Double Hung
Stegbar Timber Sashless Double Hung 2
  • Stegbar Sashless Double Hung
  • Stegbar Timber Sashless Double Hung 2

Aneeta sashless timber windows are a modern alternative to sliding and double hung timber windows. They are a popular choice with as they are able to deliver the look of fixed glass with the practicality of a window that opens. 

Sashless windows are a double hung system that feature moving panes of counterbalanced glass, without the bulk of a timber sash frame surrounding the glass. They are available in a variety of window configurations and also available as door inserts for hinged, sliding and bi-folding doors.


  • Opening window system that looks like fixed glass
  • Available in two, three and four pane windows
  • Horizontal and vertical slider options
  • The windows open at both ends with one easy motion to provide perfect ventilation
  • Provide the maximum viewing area possible
  • 2 position locking systems which allows you the option to lock the window in two ways - partially open and fully closed
  • Counterbalanced system provides an easy to operate/open window
  • Range of glazing solutions available, including single and double glazing
  • Can be used in servery windows
  • Aneeta windows incorporate a discrete clear handle, which is available in both slim and wide style
  • Available to meet the requirements of BAL 29 – utilising a Merbau framed window and externally screened with aluminium or steel mesh

JELD-WEN and Stegbar believe that Australian homes come in all shapes and sizes, which means that the windows in these homes also vary in shape and size. That’s why we design and build windows based on your specific requirements. So whether it’s a big home, a small home, a traditional or contemporary home, we have a solution that is just right for you.

 PDF Download: Standard Double Hung window sizes  
   Awning Window Standard Sizes
Living in Australia offers a lifestyle beyond compare. But the threat of bushfires is never far from your doorstep and needs to be considered when building or renovating. Australian Standards outline different construction practices and building materials for five bushfire hazard levels, known as Bushfire Attack Levels (BALs).

> BAL 12.5: Low
> BAL 19: Moderate
> BAL 29: High
> BAL 40: Very high
> BAL FZ: Flame zone
BAL 29
Stegbar timber merbau double hung windows can be constructed to meet a rating of up to BAL 29.  To determine your home’s BAL rating, and any special requirements for building in your area, consult your local council, government, or local fire authority.