Flush casement windows unite traditional appearance with modern engineering. The casements are inset flush with the frame, hence their name. They are a popular choice for conservation projects and listed buildings as they offer high performance and durability without compromising on the traditional aesthetics.
All flush casement windows are made to measure to your individual design. We can incorporate mullions and transoms, multiple panes, different opening methods, single or double glazing and bespoke glazing bar profiles - countless options are available. Inward opening Hopper windows can be manufactured for an authentic appearance and are often a planning requirement on barn conversions.
If you prefer clean lines and have either a traditional or contemporary property, consider flush casement windows.
Traditionally manufactured for period properties, flush casements are also increasingly being used in contemporary projects due to their clean sight lines and elegant finish. Large expanses of glass without glazing bars are very fashionable with new build and modern properties, fusing traditional craftsmanship with innovative design.
Stormproof windows were introduced in the 1950’s and have been widely used in modern day buildings since that period, particularly in areas exposed to the weather. Their high performance design features outward opening draught sealed casements, which are rebated to stand proud of the face of the window frame to provide enhanced protection from the elements.