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PVCu Double & Triple Glazed Windows

Casement Windows

Suitable for newbuild and replacement PVCU casement windows can be tailor made to nearly any width, height and style


Hinged either on the side or at the top, casement windows are the most energy-efficient option for most homes, and with a vast range of styles and decorative finishes available

Once you have decided on the style of your casement window, you can then choose foiled woodgrain finishes ,glass, hardware & security options

Bay or Bow windows

A bay window projects outwards and can transform a room by making it feel bigger.

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 windows.


A vast range of styles and decorative finishes available

Tilt and turn windows

Turning fully inwards, tilt and turn windows allow you to clean both sides of the glass from inside your home.​

Tilt and turn windows have versatility built in. Turn the handle and the window tilts inwards for ventilation. Turn the handle further and the window hinges inwards for ease of cleaning and escape should there be an emergency.

French Windows

French windows are excitingly different and certainly contemporary, yet with classical good looks. Both sides open fully leaving a clear unobstructed opening - the may be the only way to maintain looks whilst conforming to strict building reg. requirements for emergency escape. The elegant, slimline, maintenance free frames combine traditional looks with the best modern materials.

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Building Regulation Changes 


The changes to Approved Document F require the majority of replacement windows and doors to be fitted with trickle vents.


A trickle vent is a device that allows fresh air to circulate naturally through a room and allow polluted air out. It creates a small hole in a window or door to provide permanent ventilation even when they are closed. They’re designed to improve the quality of air in a room.



Over the years, homes have become better insulated and windows and doors have improved so that homes are no longer naturally ventilated as they have been in past decades. This means pollutants can build up inside a home, as can condensation and mould as a result.


This is where trickle vents come in, they help avoid problems associated with poorly ventilated areas. Increased airflow throughout a home reduces pollutants and makes for a healthier environment.

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