Timber Windows


One of the tremendous attributes that our timber sliding sash windows have is their ability to withstand high windows and driving rain. This is thanks to a hidden double weather-seal around the sashes. Insulation is a combination of preventing air leakage and draughts and stopping heat-loss through walls, ceilings or glass. The insulation properties of the sealed units in our windows reduces heat-loss through the glass by 80% compared to single glazing whilst the prevention of draughts is equally important. Our windows are weather-tested to the exacting standards of British Standard BS6375 to ensure optimum performance.

This installation, completed in January, included two double-windows in a prominent position, high up in the Tyne Valley, near Corbridge, Northumberland. As with so many of our installations, within 6 months of the first phase of work we were back there installing the next phase.

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