We supply and fit top quality A rated PVC-u windows to your exact requirements. We use local suppliers offering Halo, Rehau and Deceuninck windows. The windows are internally beaded, fully welded and reinforced and have high security locks.
We also fit windows with flying mullions. The windows have multi point locks which are lockable in a vented position. Window handles are available in many different colours including white, gold, chrome, silver, black and grey.
The windows are available in a huge range of colours including white, mahogany, rosewood, oak and irish oak. There are also many other bespoke colours such as agate grey, chartwell green and anthracite grey.
It is also possible to have a dual colours so the exterior of the window is one colour and the interior is another colour.
The sealed units we use are 28mm Plan/ES Argon filled which are toughened where necessary. The units could have Georgian grille (18 or 28mm) or alternately raised astragal bars fitted which look more authentic.
Flush Sash Windows
The flush sash window is now becoming very popular. The windows are available in PVC-u or aluminium. The windows are designed to be flush with the frame on the exterior giving a traditional timber effect. They are available in many single or dual colours.
Vertical Sliding Windows
Our company can supply and fit PVC-u vertical sliding which can replace the timber box sash type windows. Internally we fit timber linings, windows boards and moulded architraves to match the appearance of the original woodwork.
The vertical sliding windows come in a range of colours, like all our windows, and have decorative fittings to give an authentic look. Astragal or internal Georgian bars can be fitted to the sealed units. The windows have an inward opening tilt feature to allow for easy cleaning from inside.
Secondary glazing is made of lightweight aluminium. It is like fitting another thinner window inside the existing window to improve insulation, noise reduction and save money on heating bills. It is perfect for use in listed buildings where new windows are not allowed. There are several styles of secondary glazing such as vertical sliding, horizontal sliding, hinged or lift out. There are available in a variety of colour such as white, silver, brown or any RAL colour.