A casement window (or casement) is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges. Casement windows are hinged at the side. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, in which case they are hinged on the outside. Casement windows are often held open using a casement stay. n the UK, casement windows were the most common house window before the sash window was introduced, and usually contained leaded glass. By sourcing windows direct from us, you can enjoy competitive prices which you simply won’t find at the major retail chains. The value for money offered by our products makes them popular with homeowners who are planning a DIY project, and because our DIY windows come with a free fitting kit it can be easier than you might think to install your own windows.
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The bay window is a popular architectural feature in many houses. It is a classic design feature that became popular in Victorian Britain and this popularity continues today. Not as common, but increasingly a popular option is the bow window. There is often some confusion about the differences between the two types of window although they both function in the same way - adding space and bringing in light. A bay window protrudes from the house in three sections and is generally square, hexagon or octagon shaped. Homeowners come to Tradesupply requesting custom built bay windows for new building projects, but more generally they come to us to substitute their existing windows. Their major concern is that replacement windows will bring all the benefits of Twenty First Century efficiency without taking away the character of their property.:
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We have married the vintage charm of sliding sash windows with the modern expectancy of leading thermal efficiency.
We use the very best hardware, including top-of-the-range operating mechanisms, which make our hand-built PVCU windows virtually indistinguishable from the timber windows they could be replacing. Traditional design details and sight-lines of a timber box sash window, with all the benefits of uPVC, make this system the ideal replacement sash window. The system is approved to BS7950:1997 (2007) security standards.
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A bow window is a curved bay window designed to create space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of a building, and to provide a wider view of the garden or street outside and typically combine four or more casement windows, which join together to form an arch. Bow windows first appeared in the eighteenth century in the United Kingdom. A bow window conversion is a curved bay window supported by a gallows bracket or corbel and superimposed over the exisiting aperture of a flat window. This creates the feeling of space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of the building and provides a wider view of the garden or the street outside. They are typically constructed combining three of more casement windows, which are coupled together using variable angle kite mullions to form a curved on plan structure.
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We supply a huge range of top-quality timber windows. Whether you are looking to replace a single window / door or an entire house, our beautiful hand finished hardwood windows and doors are a compliment to properties they are installed in. High quality hardwood materials is cut and shaped using refined CNC machining and finished by a team who proceed to treat / spray the wood to achieve the perfect colour and appearence.
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