The wide selection of styles on offer enables you to choose a style that is perfect for your home. Whatever your requirements are, we have the products to solve them, please feel free to Contact Us to discuss your needs. We can also supply and install A Rated Sealed Units.
Casement windows are by far the most popular British window style in use today and are the ideal choice for most direct replacement or new build situations. Our window frames feature an advanced multi-chambered cross-section which helps to prevent heat loss and enhance thermal efficiency. This means we can create windows that meet the highest efficiency ratings.
Choose top or side openers, or incorporate both, have you ever considered a bow window or a bay? How about stained or patterned glass? Leaded or Georgian panes? The choice is almost limitless.
Standard features are;
70mm PVC-u multi-chambered profile
28mm sealed units with Pilkington K glass
Saracen shoot bolt locking
Push button, locking handles in white or gold effect
Welded transoms and mullions
White Q-Lon gaskets to all opening lights
Internally beaded with an internal scotia bead
Available in white or wood grain or wood grain on white
10 year Insurance Backed Guarantee and FENSA registration
We also offer a range of hard wood windows, these windows can be built to specification and are A Rated windows.
With hardwood windows you get all the benefits of pvc windows but with a contemporary look. We use Pilkington K Glass, a leading glass supplier in the UK, for extra security. These windows are very durable and are made to last for decades if looked after properly.
The hardwood windows can be designed to suit the customers requirements. They can be built in most shapes, such as an arched window. They also come in a range of colours and have many handles that can be chosen from, to truly suit your homes requirements.
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Triple Glazing V Double Glazing
Triple glazing is a window with three panes of glass rather than one or two. the reason for triple glazing is to increase energy efficiency and reduce external noise, which double glazing also offers.
The cost of triple glazing is a fair bit higher than double, whilst the improved u value is not very large. If you are getting your windows done anyway, or you are building a new home, triple glazing is not a bad idea, but if you already have double glazing, triple glazing might not be right for you.
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