Our dedicated joiners hand craft every Casement window with the care and attention required to create beautiful timber windows. Using traditional materials and construction methods, we achieve stunning pieces of joinery that will stand the test of time.
Casement window features have developed over time, with small glass panes used initially, which increased in size as glass making methods developed, with leaded lights popular in the early 19th century. Smaller pane sizes became popular again in the Edwardian era. Our timber windows can be adapted to replicate the typical features found throughout the window's history, without compromising performance. This is achieved through our wide range of design, layout, glazing, timber and paint options.
All our new Casement windows have a built in but subtle draught proofing system. Our windows can be supplied single or double glazed using our slimline double glazed unit that allows us to have individual panes of glass, eliminating the need to use stick on glazing bars.
We can match your existing window details from the mouldings to the horn profile. We understand how important windows are in a home, not only do they need to suit the architectural style and integrity of the building but also add value. We have a large selection of window furniture in many different finishes to choose from, all of which are of the highest quality.
Timber We make the majority of our new joinery out of Southern Yellow pine. The reason why we use this particular wood is because it is more durable than standard Pine. We are very selective when it comes to timber, making sure we discard any knots and splits we come across. We make all of our sills out of a hardwood called Iroko which again is known for its durability. It also has natural preserving oils which makes it a perfect choice to use for a sill.