Up to 20% of your home’s heat can be lost through your windows.
Still the most popular choice for homes all over the UK, The Window Shop’s casement windows offer total versatility and either classic or contemporary style. This traditional British window style offers slim sight lines to let in maximum light. It’s available in a wide choice of configurations, including top or side hung windows, so you can personalise each window to your requirements. Adding moulded sash horns give our casement windows the appearance of traditional vertical sliders – or for additional character you can add astragal or Georgian bars to your windows. You could also add arched tops, coloured or bevelled glass, and there’s a wide range of colours and finishes to choose from. With matching cills and either traditional or contemporary handles, the choices are almost endless. Our window systems are equipped with patented bubble gasket is used in all products and delivers a continuous seal – even in the corners – resulting in draught-free, weather proof and leak-free windows with U-values as low as 0.8 W/m²K.
Options at a glance:
• Wide choice of coloured and foiled frames
• Wide choice of handle and hinge options
• Choose from standard 4-chamber or EnergyPlus6-chamber frame
• Sculptured (curved) or chamfered (bevelled)
• Add Georgian bars and/or patterned glass
Window Energy Ratings
That’s why it’s important to make sure your new windows are as energy efficient as possible. The Window Energy Ratings scale is designed by the British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) to measure the thermal performance of windows, and enables different windows to be compared on a scale that runs from A++ down to E. You may be familiar with the rainbow label, as similar labels should be on the back of your fridge, freezer and other white goods. Your windows should be supplied with a similar label to confirm how efficient they are – and the higher the rating, the more heat they’ll keep inside your property.
The BFRC rating indicates how well a product will:
• help you contain and conserve heat within your
property when it’s cold outside
• keep out the elements
• resist condensation on the inside of the window
• contribute to improved sound insulation.