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Timber casement windows

Our Timber casement windows

Timber casement windows are simple, hinged windows are typical of most medieval buildings, cottages and houses of all periods. They are characterised by openers that close into the frame and finish flush with the face of the window.

Our timber casement windows are traditional but house modern window technology; warp resistant timber, locks which engage in multiple points around the perimeter of every opener, ventilation grooves, drainage channels and glazing units which lose approximately half the heat of ordinary double glazing.

Casement Window Standard Specification

  • Fully drained and vented
  • Factory glazed with argon gas filled sealed units comprising soft coat energy saving glass and warm edge spacer bars to give 1.1 W/m2K U-value for the sealed units.
  • Factory finished with preservative, primer and two coats of micro-porous paint
  • Dummy sashes to all fixed areas
  • Internally beaded
  • Multi-point perimeter locking
  • Unobtrusive pivot hinges
  • Period ironmongery available

Our timber casement windows are made from Hardwood, Accoya or Oak and painted or stained to your requirements.

We make casement windows to suit properties both period and modern, and have example installations from period refurbishment to barn conversions.

As well as offering a full installation service we can supply only and regularly work with Architects  builders and self builders across the UK.

Contact us to discuss your requirements, arrange a free site survey, book an out of hours appointment or pop into the workshop and see us – we’d love to see you.

CONTACT US TODAY TO DISCUSS YOUR PROJECT

For over 30 years we have been designing, building and fitting timber conservatories, orangeries, sash windows, casement windows, timber doors and more. From the design to applying the final coat of paint, we provide our customers with a complete and straightforward service.

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