Sash windows are very stylish and on the top 5 list of must have features for period homes. Advanced glass technology has enabled the original design to become extremely thermal efficient today’s eco-friendly world. When fitted with our draught proofing system sash windows improve further bringing comfort, whilst retaining all the character to compliment your home. In this article we will look at the history of the sash window as well as the benefits.
The benefits of Fully Reversible Windows are obvious where window cleaning isn’t simple or accessible as in a ground or first floor home.
Easy cleaning isn’t the only benefit though – infinite levels of ventilation are available thanks to a fully rotating glazing panel, window blinds can be fitted in the reveal and are therefore not affected by the windows being opened or cleaned.
Given a wide range of colour and finish options, inside and out if required, you can complement both your exterior and interior design schemes.
For homeowners looking for a more novel way to operate their windows while simultaneously enhance the look of their home, tilt and turn windows are the way to go. The tilt and turn window is a uPVC window style that moves away from the traditional casement window model and combines versatility, energy efficiency, and outstanding ventilation with class and sophistication
Bow windows are designed to create space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of a building, and to provide a wider view of the garden or street outside and typically combine four or more casement windows, which join together to form an arch,
Bay windows can make a room appear larger, and provide views of the outside which would be unavailable with an ordinary flat window. They are found in terraced houses, semis and detached houses as well as in blocks of flats.
A casement is a window that is a common frame, in which case they are hinged on the outside. Casement windows are often held open using a casement stay. Windows hinged at the top are referred to as awning windows, and ones hinged at the bottom are called hoppers.