If you are looking to replace the windows in your home, you are likely to find yourself overwhelmed with the different types and styles of window that you could choose from – not to mention the wide variety of materials available, etc.
One of the most versatile styles of window – in any material – is the flush casement window. Whether you have a more traditional home and are looking for something in keeping with the style, these windows are often chosen for conservation area homes, or you have a modern, new-build then this is a great choice – just change up the finish.
What is a flush casement window?
Casement windows have long been the most prominent style of window in the UK, with the window opening outwards on a hinge either hung at the top or on one of the sides. Flush casement windows sit in the frame without any prominence – hence the term flush.
With advances in window technology, the flush casement window now provides as much weather protection as the lipped, or stormproof casement window.
How can I make this traditional-style work in my modern home?
Timber flush casement windows can work in any style of home, meaning you get the aesthetic look that works for you as well as the numerous benefits of hardwood or timber.
In a modern home, you might look to change up the colour of the paintwork on your new windows – a lighter grey colour would for example mimic the look of some uPVC windows whilst retaining the elegance and sophistication of timber.
My home is listed/conservation control – can I have flush casement windows?
Listed buildings or those under conservation control have stricter guidelines to satisfy, but you can still benefit from all the great features of a casement window. We can sympathetically design and build a slim profile version of the casement window specifically to meet these guidelines and would be happy to talk to you about these.
What security features can I have on my wooden windows?
There are a few different options for security on all of our windows, we have a high-performance flush window with high-security espagnolette multi-point locking mechanisms, or you could choose the more traditional cockspur handles and peg stays if you prefer. Our team of experienced consultants can help you to make a decision on the best choice for your home.
What are the benefits of wooden windows?
Wooden windows are both beautiful and practical for your home. Timber provides longevity – especially when installed through Catton Windows, we offer a 10-year guarantee on all of our joinery work. Our expert team has been creating and installing bespoke hardwood and timber windows and doors for over 35 years.
If you are looking to upgrade your windows, whatever style you are looking for then contact us to arrange a quote.