Flush Casement Window Installers
Local uPVC & Aluminium Flush Window Specialists in Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Dorset & West Sussex
Flush windows (often called 'flush casement windows') have a clean flat profile, for a pleasing traditional look. Our flush casement windows systems are the epitome of both performance and style, offering a diverse range of colours and materials to meet your specific requirements.
Traditional Looks - Modern Technology
The flush casement window is designed to work in a traditional property, rather than feel like an out of place modern addition. With modern technology packed inside a traditional-looking frame, this is the best of both worlds for any home that wants to maintain its aesthetic without making compromises in security and energy efficiency.
Flush profile windows for any property
Experience the perfect combination of top-tier performance, exquisite finishes and versatile styles with our flush casement windows. We believe that you deserve nothing less than the best and our flush window system is dedicated to meeting and exceeding your expectations.
Premium flush window styles
Available Throughout Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Dorset & West Sussex
Side Hung Flush Windows
Side hung flush casement windows are undeniably the most popular choice when it comes to casement windows in Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Dorset & West Sussex. They offer a combination of innovation, flexibility and timeless appeal that seamlessly suits modern, traditional and period homes alike.
Our side-hung flush profile windows have a full range of styling options to suit your preferences. From elegant Georgian Bars to classic Leaded Glass designs.
Top Hung Flush Windows
Top hung flush casement windows are a popular option, often found above a fixed pane or a side hung window. They are particularly good for delivering improved ventilation.
Regardless of how small the top hung flush windows are, they are supplied with the same 13-point locking system, internal security glazing, 28mm Argon gas filled sealed units, and 5-chamber frame and sash.
Heritage Flush Windows
Heritage windows are the epitome of both performance and style, offering a classic wooden appearance with the modern benefits of modern construction.
Whether you prefer the charm of traditional timber-style joints and cottage bars or the sleekness of contemporary flush equal sightlines and modern handles, we have a window system to complement your home.
Flush Windows for Conservation Areas
Perfectly Designed for Traditional, Period Homes & Conservation Areas
In homage to the handcrafted timber windows of the 19th century, our flush casement windows are meticulously designed to replicate the unique features of this timeless window style. By combining the precision of modern machining processes with the discerning eye of a craftsman, we have created windows that embody the essence of traditional craftsmanship.
- Traditional Timber Look
- Conservation & Planning Approved
- A++ Rated Energy Efficiency
- Superior Sound Insulation
- 13 Point Locking System
- Welded or Mechanical Joints
- 28mm Argon Filled Sealed Units
- 5 Chamber Frame and Sash
- Suited Furniture Options
- Unlimited Colour Options
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Materials Available for Flush Windows
Choose the right window frame material
For most homeowners, uPVC keeps costs low while performing reliably year after year. The weather-resistant plastic requires little maintenance - just an occasional clean with soap and water keeps uPVC looking fresh.
Versatile uPVC suits traditional or contemporary homes. Though slightly less durable than aluminium over decades, uPVC delivers hassle-free, cost-effective protection.
With the highest sustainability, security, style, and viewing potential, aluminium window frames bring unique advantages. The durable, low-maintenance nature provides long-lasting, hassle-free performance.
For a more sustainable, ethical window with several custom styling possibilities, superior views, and military-level robustness, aluminium frames are the superior choice.
Wooden window frames were the most common choice before the introduction of low-cost uPVC. Wood has the lowest heat conductivity of the common frame materials, whilst also being environmentally friendly.
Listed buildings often require a timber-look window installation, however modern aluminium and uPVC can perfectly mimic the appearance and options of wooden windows.