Timber Windows

A LOVELY WINDOW INSTALLATION IN THE BEAUTIFUL SCOTTISH BORDERS

This was a lovely installation in the beautiful Scottish Borders near Coldstream and only 15 minutes from Berwick-upon-Tweed on the English side of the border.

Traditional Sash Windows in Scotland

Mainly sliding sash windows, there were also two unusual side-hung casement windows with narrow timber glazing bars arranged to give double crosses. The windows were fitted from inside which gives the opportunity to really slim down the amount of timber frame showing around the window. The red sandstone mullions and surrounds were shown off to their best by the white timber windows, supplied fully finished and with a coating that will not need maintaining for up-to 10-years.

Sash Windows in house in Scotland

Mainly sliding sash windows, there were also two unusual side-hung casement windows with narrow timber glazing bars arranged to give double crosses. The windows were fitted from inside which gives the opportunity to really slim down the amount of timber frame showing around the window. The red sandstone mullions and surrounds were shown off to their best by the white timber windows, supplied fully finished and with a coating that will not need maintaining for up-to 10-years.

Sliding Sash Windows in house in Scottish Borders

The glazing bar design on the timber sash windows is typical of a late 19th/early 20th century property - sometimes seen with no bars at all on the lower sash. The ground floor windows are divided unequally to take the meeting rail away from the line of vision inside.

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