Instantly recognizable, uPVC casement windows exude a classic charm that is sure to be a fantastic addition to any property. Premium standard and high performance, our casement windows are the smart option for peace of mind. The market-leading manufacturing techniques from Linear allow us to offer a standard of uPVC casement window that is unmatched in the industry. It’s never been easier to enjoy a home that is safe, warm and comfortable throughout the year.
uPVC tilt and turn windows offer a high performance, multi-functional design that builds upon the classic casement window aesthetic to offer you more for your home. It’s never been easier to enhance your home with a premium home improvement solution. The uPVC tilt and turn window design features an intelligent gearing system that allows it to ‘tilt’ on a 90° angle. This means that you can increase the ventilation of your home without having to release the locking mechanism or open the window fully.
French casement windows are a type of window that features a side-hinged sash that swings out to open. These windows are often made from wood or PVC and can have one or multiple panes of glass. They are known for their elegant, traditional design and can add a touch of character to a home.
One of the main advantages of French casement windows is that they provide excellent ventilation. The sash can be opened fully to allow for a good flow of air into the room. They are also easy to operate and can be opened with a simple turn of a handle.
Sash horn windows are a variation of sliding sash windows that have a decorative feature called a “horn” added to the frame. The horn is a protrusion at the bottom corners of the frame, which helps to strengthen the window and improve its overall appearance. Historically, sash horns were used on the exterior of traditional buildings, but now it is also used for interior design. They are typically found in older homes and buildings, particularly those with Georgian or Victorian architecture.
Painted windows refers to windows that have been painted, typically with a wood-based paint, rather than having a natural wood finish. Painted windows can be found in a variety of styles, including flush, sliding sash, and bay windows. The paint can be applied to both the interior and exterior of the windows, depending on the desired look and level of protection needed. Painted windows can be used to match the overall colour scheme of a building, or to give a fresh look to older windows. Painting windows can help to protect the wood from weathering and decay, as well as hide any imperfections or blemishes in the wood.
Tilt & turn windows are a type of window that can open in two ways: by tilting the top of the window for ventilation or by turning the handle to open the window fully for cleaning or emergency exit. The tilting feature allows for easy ventilation without having to open the window fully, which is great for homes with pets or children, or for security reasons. The turning feature allows for easy cleaning from inside the home and also serves as an emergency exit.
Flush windows are a type of window that sit flush with the wall in which they are installed. They have a simple design, with a single frame that holds the glass panes.
Sliding sash windows, on the other hand, have two sashes (the frame that holds the glass) that slide up and down on tracks. This allows for ventilation while still maintaining security and insulation. They are often used in traditional or historical buildings.
Bay windows are a type of window that protrude from the exterior of a building, creating a bay or alcove inside the room. They typically consist of three windows: a large central window and two smaller windows on either side, which are angled to create the bay shape.
Bay windows can be either fixed or operational, meaning they can be opened for ventilation. They are often used to add architectural interest and natural light to a room, and can also create the illusion of more space. They are usually found in traditional or historical buildings, especially Victorian and Edwardian houses.
Aluminium windows are a cutting-edge alternative to their timber of uPVC counterparts, standing at the forefront of double glazed window design. Aluminium is continuing to grow in popularity amongst homeowners as it continues to exceed expectations. Our aluminium windows are available in a wide range of styles, offering a comprehensive range of functions and features. We strive to make it easy for you to find the perfect style for your home, no matter if it is modern, traditional, heritage or classic.