We produce designs to accommodate single glazing for listed buildings & conservation areas or double glazing to meet Building Regulations for replacement windows & doors and those fitted in new developments.
Casement windows are available as either ‘stormproof’ or ‘flush’ casement designs. Stormproof windows have casements that overlap onto the face of the window frame and are generally installed in modern properties and new developments. As their name suggests, flush casement windows have casements that, when closed, are flush with the window frame and are often found in country cottages, barn conversions and listed buildings.
Both types of casement windows are supplied fully weathersealed, fitted with either butt hinges or friction hinges and a choice between locking cockspur stays & fasteners or espagnolette multi point locking system, both offering lockable night ventilation positions allowing secure background ventilation overnight or when you are not at home.
Sliding Sash Windows
Sliding sash windows are usually fitted in terraced town houses, farm houses and period properties. Constructed as a traditional box sash window with weights, cords & pulleys or as a solid framed window fitted with spring balances.
Frames incorporate brush seals and sashes are fitted with weatherseal, still giving a traditional look but without the draughts.
Locking Fitch fasteners and sash lifts are fitted as standard. Vent locks can be added as an additional security measure, enabling sashes to be open but restricted to a height of around 100mm.