UPVC ‘timber look’ flush sash windows. Altrincham Sale Urmston – Trafford & Cheshire
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About ‘timber look’ flush sash windows
PVCu windows are tough, durable and insulating.They need hardly any maintenance. They open easily and when they’re closed, they are secure. Timber Look Flush Sash Casement windows replicate the appearance of traditional wooden frames: the delicate curves, detailing and trims, even the colours, grain and texture, but there’s more on offer than good looks. Multi-chambered frames are secure and strong, advanced seals block the weather, high-specification glazing provides thermal and acoustic insulation.
You can have traditional style and contemporary performance. Timberlook sightlines are spot on. Flush Casements have perfectly balanced dummy sashes and replicate the appearance of timber frame construction with mortise and tenon looking jointing.
There is a great selection of period colours and wood-effect finishes, including a timber-grained, white or cream painted effect. Timber look colours also include a Smooth Anthracite 7016 Grey finish which matches the
most popular Aluminium Bi-fold Door colour.
Timber Look Flush Sash Windows
Timber look Flush sash Casement windows are designed to deliver fantastic thermal performance
using 24mm sealed-unit double glazing. The overall energy efficiency is dependent upon the
actual glass, the construction of the sealed unit, the gas used to fill it and the ratio of glass to
We’ll work with you to find the best combination for your home and how you use it. You can recreate your home’s original window style with the Cottage Bar, or astragal bar – measuring 22mm. Our glazing bars fit perfectly onto the surface of the glass, indoors and outdoors, keeping the efficiency of a single glazing unit, while maintaining the traditional look of the property.
With features such as an optional deep bottom rail and concealed external trickle ventilation, The Timber look Flush Sash is virtually identical to the most expensive flush sash timber windows.
Trickle ventilation is a requirement for some installations and the external cover vents can be unsightly, spoiling the appearance of the window and property. When trickle ventilation is required, the extended cover vents are concealed by a head drip on the Timber look outer frame, so the appearance of your property is not spoiled.