Oak Casement Windows
We've pooled all of our expertise together and have sought to create some truly unique timber casement window fames. Utilising our trusted finest oak, we have hand crafted a selection of premium oak casement windows fit for any property.
Where these kinds of fittings used to be the most common in Britain, we want to see them at the top again. So whether you are looking for a new window fitting altogether, or to upgrade existing frames, we know that we will have something to suit you and your home.
All of our timber casement window frames come fitted with low-e double glazing, as well as in a range of top quality finishes.
Our faultless designs ensure that our oak frames will not warp and twist when faced with adverse weather conditions. Employing the latest technology, and using only the best, most durable materials around, all of our fittings are guaranteed to last.
We have a range of designs available that will compliment any property. From more modern builds, to brick cottages, we have a wealth of different styles available.
A design that will fit flush with the frame, these oak window frames offer exceptional insulation with a modern edge, free from typical period styles. Neat in finish, these frames are slick and just the thing for a modern home, or for an imaginative refurbishment of a period building.
Understated in their design, these frames will fit perfectly with the character of your older property, highlighting its traditional aesthetic through the natural beauty of the high quality oak that we use.
Oak cottage flush casement windows will bring your countryside property up to date with the latest energy saving technology, able to withstand the worst weather conditions. These modern designs also allow more light into the property, whilst benefiting from the depth of the oak used in their construction.
Timber casement window frames that offer builds of the 20's and 30's a chance to uplift their property. Through updated glazing, finer designs and excellent craftsmanship, our deco casement frames with bevelled oak employ the 'stepped-back' feature that many windows of the inter-war period benefit from.