With so many styles of windows to choose from, it can be difficult to find the right one for your home. While at a surface level it may seem like window styles mostly look the same, or provide very similar purposes, there are some very big differences between the styles. Different types of windows are designed with specific homes in mind and choosing the right type can really add value to your home. If you would like to find out more about our window styles and frames directly from the team, get in touch today on 0800 253545.
Casement WindowsCasement windows are one of the most common window fittings, with most modern homes having some adaptation of the style. While the frames or level of glazing might be different, casement windows open horizontally on hinges mounts on one side and at the bottom. This enables them to swing out, but not the entire way. The way in which casement windows are built makes them great for keeping out the breeze. Casement windows might be a particularly great option if you live somewhere that’s wet and windy. The tight fit of the window frame will protect your home against the elements throughout the year. The window design is also great for catching cool breezes during the Summer months, as the horizontal design of the window almost acts as a kind of scoop. Casement Windows are a great fit for modern builds or anyone who wants to install a secure window that doesn’t open out too far.
Flush CasementFlush casement windows are very similar to casement, but the design on the outside of the window is flat. The window itself sits flush within the frame, giving the window a sleek, ultra-modern look that compliments your home. Much like casement windows, flush is a great option for anyone with a modern build that wants to eliminate any potential draughts.
Bay & Bow Windows
- Bay Windows
- Bow Windows