Long favourite with homeowners, casement double glazed windows are one of the most popular styles today. They offer practicality and suit almost any style of property.
Incorporating a center window and two further angled casement windows, bay windows create an exterior projection to give the impression of a bigger interior. It is also an excellent window style for allowing more light into a room.
Bow windows combine four or more windows joined at equal angles to create a smooth curve. The design will give your windows, and home frontage, a sense of elegance and class.
Traditional in style, double glazed sash windows are particularly suitable for period homes and listed buildings. Sash windows can also be used in porches and walkways where you wouldn't want a window that opens outwards.
Tilt and Turn Windows
Tilt and turn windows are suitable in areas where it isn't possible or advisable to open windows outwards, for example ground floor windows at the side of a street or pathway. These windows are perfect for those whose space is at a premium and are looking to make the most of it.