Timber Casement Windows
Timber casement windows have featured in buildings dating back to the 16th century.
Whilst sliding sash windows became the architectural choice for prestigious buildings through the 18th and 19th centuries, casement windows were still prominent in farmhouses and cottages.
The features of casement windows have developed over time, with small glass panes used initially, which then started to increase as glass making methods developed, with leaded lights popular in the early 19th century.
Smaller pane sizes started to become popular again in the Edwardian era.
Our partner and manufacturer, George Barnsdale's casement range has been developed to allow the high performance design to be adapted to replicate the typical features throughout the window industry, without compromising performance.
The casement window range provides:
A Premium product range manufactured from the finest material and retaining traditional period features.
Market leading warranties with a 10 year paint guarantee as standard.
High quality hardware and design features providing enhanced security.
A choice of flush or stormproof casement.
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Historic & Traditional range from George Barnsdale