Timber Casement Windows

Our timber casement windows come with factory fitted double glazing, to the highest energy efficiency standards. We supply timber windows direct from the factory.

Traditionally detailed with it’s slim frames, deep bottom rails, factory fully painted, weather-stripped as well as double glazed with butyl and silicone. Our Timber Flush Casements will complement any project no matter the size or value. Additionally, they can also be customised to suit every property style.

Since most new builds after the 1st October, 2015, have to comply with the Part Q Building regulations, we offer you our Part-Q Certified Timber window.  With advanced security and features that meet the requirements of PAS 24:2012.

Storm Proof casement windows feature a double gasket weather proofing system. Differing from the flush casement, this storm proof window has overlapping openers on the outside, which makes it more weather proof and more secure.

 
 

This is actually a Storm Proof casement window; but it is designed to imitate the appearance of a traditional sash window, for a fraction of the cost. This window is designed to recall the appearance of authentic period buildings, whilst providing standard casement security and functionality.

Whilst complementing the appearance of a traditional flush casement window, this Hopper style window actually opens inside. This can be ideal where the traditional flush casement, opening out design, doesn’t meet your needs.

Contemporary windows which are very common in Europe.  Unlike most UK windows, this European style opens inwards. The advantages are the ability to have an external insect screen; and it can either fully open inside or slightly tilt inside. Because of the inward opening, it’s easier to clean, it’s also highly secure with multi point locking and ours comes with concealed hinges.

With centrally pivoting hinges, this window allows cleaning from the inside and this is, especially useful on higher levels where cleaning can be difficult.  Square shaped pivot windows feature a multi-point locking system, whilst circular or elliptical shaped windows can only have single point locking.