Cottage Flush Casement Windows
The windows are fantastic; we’re very happy with them.
Mr & Mrs Bishop, West Midlands
Having only moved into their 1945 West Midlands village cottage 18 months ago, Mr & Mrs Bishop were keen to change a few things, “the windows had leaded patterned glass, which we were eager to be rid of.”
“We did some research online to replace the windows and looked around a few companies, but we weren’t satisfied with what we saw elsewhere compared to the quality of the products on offer at Timber Windows – aesthetics were our main concern.”
“We were advised at the showroom that the Cottage Flush Casement would suit the property best.”
This style of window has slimmer timber sections and has designed out the need for vertical mullions, meaning a greater glazing area allowing approximately ten percent more light into the rooms compared to our conventional flush casement windows.
Throughout the house, a large number of windows including bays were replaced, all in Off-White with chrome period ironmongery and 18mm horizontal astragal bars.