ABS window sills, a precision engineered masonry element
Concrete window sills form an integral part of building opening design. While they are placed under all windows, picture windows and French doors, they are in fact specific masonry elements that have to be set into the wall. Our precast concrete sills meet the applicable building regulations. For safety purposes, ABS concrete window sills comply with certain minimum dimensions. They provide an attractive frontage, facilitate building traffic and make the building secure both inside and out.
Precast concrete window sills make openings weathertight
Precast window sills have a gradient of less than 10% and a projection that ensures user safety. They are designed to create a safe, anti-slip, change of level.
Their is no need for any particular bridging system through French doors. Side flashings and grooves drain run-off and keep windows weathertight. Sill coves prevent rainwater accumulating under the window. Overflows drain through grooved channels that prevent run-off on walls.