People choose to replace their windows for a myriad of different reasons. Energy conservation, security, quality and ease of maintenance being amongst the most important considerations.

We can offer all of the above in abundance - giving you the peace of mind that you have opted for the right product, from the right company at the right price.

The various window styles available come in a vast array of colours and finishes with a wide range of options.

Casement windows


These are the most common type of window and come in either side or top hinged versions. A feature of the casement window is that they can be locked in a night vent position for ventilation.


Key Features

  • Products tested to meet performance requirements of BS7412 wind and water testing - Classification severe
  • Products tested to meet latest security standards of BS7950
  • Energy efficient frames - saving you money and helping to reduce carbon emissions

Vertical sliding sash


Our traditional sliding sash window is designed to offer clients the potential to match the existing timber product in their housing stock, whilst benefitting from the superior performance of a modern PVCu window.

Taking all the finest points of the traditional design our PVC-U version emulates the aesthetic appeal while offering superior performance and maintenance benefit

Key Features

  • Traditional front to back profile dimension to match existing box arrangement
  • Upper and lower sashes tilt inwards for ease of cleaning
  • Child/safety restrictors option

Bow or Bay windows


Bow and bay windows can really enhance the front of your house. And internally a bow window not only creates an attractive window ledge but it also allows the light to flood in. This is also true of bay windows - but additionally a bay adds more space, extending the floor plan of your home.

Bow and bay window often work well in pairs - giving your home a symmetry that is pleasing to the eye.

Tilt and turn


These windows open with a hinge that can work both in a horizontal and vertical manner, controlled simply by the way you operate the handle.

In this way the window can be tilted for a small top gap for ventilation at normal times. However you can fully open it to let a lot of air in or to clean the window.

Where a window abuts a pathway a tilt and turn window eliminates the risk of injury to passing pedestrians etc. as they open into the property.

Secondary Glazing

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Secondary Glazing involves adding an extra slim-line window in addition to your existing windows. Secondary Glazing will provide you with a barrier against noise pollution & draughty windows significantly reducing heat loss, saving you money on heating bills.

We only use the highest available quality system which is virtually maintenance free. Cover trims are fitted so there are no visible fixing screws.

Secondary Glazing is perfect for use in Listed Buildings.

Window technicalities

Our products meet or exceed all current industry standards required in the UK.