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Flush Windows

The flush casement is the latest generation of UPVC windows to capture the charm of more older traditional timber windows, with a complete discrete flush face & smaller less invasive sightlines offers that cleaner look similar to contemporary aluminium with all the benefits of the 21st century.

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Features & Benefits

Flush windows have a sleek and contemporary appearance, with sashes that sit flush with the frame when closed. This creates a clean and streamlined look, which makes them a popular choice for modern homes and renovations.
Flush windows typically have slim frames, which maximizes the amount of natural light that can enter a room. This also gives the windows a minimalist appearance that is both elegant and understated.

Flush windows are designed to be highly energy-efficient, with features such as thermal breaks, low-e glass, and multi-chambered frames that help to prevent heat loss and reduce energy bills.

Flush windows are also designed with security in mind, with features such as multi-point locking systems, toughened glass, and reinforced frames that provide added protection against break-ins.

Flush windows are often made from durable materials such as uPVC, timber, or aluminum, which require minimal maintenance and upkeep. This makes them a practical and long-lasting choice for homeowners.

Understated style, superior performance

Flush windows are a modern and sleek design option for windows. One of their key features is the absence of a protruding frame, which allows for a clean and streamlined look. Instead, the sash of the window sits flush with the surrounding wall. This design also allows for more natural light to enter a room and provides an unobstructed view. Flush windows can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, aluminum, and PVC. Additionally, they often have high-performance insulation and weatherproofing features to ensure energy efficiency and protection against the elements.

colour options

The right colour to suit your home. Choose from traditional white uPVC to striking Anteak Teak that makes a home look stylish, modern and chic.

Our Window Handle Collection

The Connoisseur Handle

The timeless window design of this handle combines elements of both traditional and contemporary styles. It is suitable for both left and right-handed openings and is available in a wide range of colors.

The Monkey Tail Handle

Taking inspiration from 19th-century ironmongers, the monkey tail handle is crafted from durable zinc and is available in various designs to suit different tastes.

The Teardrop Handle

Our teardrop handle pays homage to the past with its traditional design and ergonomic shape. It is versatile and suitable for most areas of the home, particularly in traditional rooms where it adds a classic touch.

Glass Options

Decorative glass can add a touch of elegance and character to flush windows, making them stand out as a feature of your home’s exterior. There are many options for decorative glass, including frosted, stained, or textured glass, which can be customized to suit your preferences and style. Some popular designs include leaded glass, which features lead strips to create intricate patterns, and beveled glass, which uses angled edges to catch and reflect light. Decorative glass can be incorporated into the window sashes or used for transom windows or sidelights. It’s important to consider factors such as privacy, light transmission, and maintenance requirements when selecting decorative glass for your flush windows. A reputable window supplier can guide you through the options and help you choose the best design to enhance the beauty of your home.

Leaded, Georgian and Astragal bars

Leaded, Georgian, and Astragal bars are all popular options for adding character and charm to windows. Leaded bars are strips of lead that are used to create intricate patterns and designs on the glass. Georgian bars, on the other hand, are horizontal and vertical bars that divide the glass into small panes, mimicking the style of traditional Georgian windows. Astragal bars are similar to Georgian bars but are placed on the surface of the glass, giving the illusion of individual panes. All three styles can be customized to suit different preferences and architectural styles, and can be combined with other decorative features like textured glass or bevelled edges to create a unique and stylish look. Whether you’re renovating an older property or looking to add character to a new build, leaded, Georgian, and Astragal bars can provide an effective solution for achieving a traditional and timeless look.

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