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Flush Casement Windows

Daventry & Northamptonshire

Introducing Our uPVC Flush Casement Windows

The Perfect Choice for Timber Window Replacement

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Flush Casement Windows that Look Like Timber

Flush windows look great with any house style, but they are particularly popular in traditional residences. Flush sash window profiles are a great alternative to wooden windows and doors. The profile looks similar to that of timber so is sympathetic to historic styles while also incorporating modern technology.

Flush windows are more popular in uPVC but recently aluminium window manufacturers have also come up with great alternatives to timber.

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Flush Casement Windows Before & After

Our customer loved the look of wood, but understandably didn’t want the hassle of maintaining them. The old windows had done well but in addition to wanting thermally efficient windows, the homeowner wanted the windows to look less dated but still blend with the traditional surrounding.

Changing from arched tops to straight and three windows to two immediately gives the house a fresh look. The lighter oak grain is a timeless choice that blends well with the brickwork.

Aluminium Flush Windows

As you would expect with a company like Origin Global, they are quick to keep up with trends. The OW80 aluminium window system not only features the flush frame on the outside but uniquely echos the styling on the inside.

This is a forward-thinking design that creates continuity between the internal and external living spaces and will be a popular choice for architects and specifiers in the coming years.

If you are looking for an aluminum window with a slim frame and flush sash styling, the OW80 from Origin is the answer.

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Window Styles with Flush Frames

The timeless casement window is perfect for flush sash windows and doors and will give you the best replication of the original traditional timber windows. A tilt and turn option is also available for ease of access.

Choose mitred or traditional square butt welded joints and further personalise your windows with Georgian or Astragal bars.

Available in a wide range of colours and finishes, including wood grains and a dual-tone option if you prefer white inside.

Doors with Flush Sash Frames

If you choose flush windows for your home, it’s only natural that you’ll want your doors to match. Doors with flush frames are designed to complement flush windows, creating a seamless visual flow between the interior and exterior of your home.

If your patio doors are standard size you may be able to opt for uPVC. However, if your opening is wider or taller than average, we will advise choosing aluminium. 

There’s a lot to think about but don’t worry. We’ll advise you so that you choose the best Flush casement windows and doors for your home.

Image is of Sheerline’s aluminium  bifold doors.

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How do flush casement windows differ from other types of windows?

Flush casement windows differ from other types of windows primarily in their design and appearance. Here are some key distinctions between flush casement windows and other window types:

Flush Design:

The defining characteristic of flush casement windows is their flush appearance when closed. This means that the sash (the part of the window that holds the glass) sits level with the outer frame, creating a smooth and flat surface on both the interior and exterior sides of the window.

Traditional Aesthetics:

Flush casement windows often have a more traditional or classic aesthetic. They are designed to replicate the appearance of traditional timber windows and are well-suited for homes with a vintage or period style.

No Protruding Sash:

Unlike other window types, such as storm windows or lipped casement windows, flush casement windows don’t have a protruding sash. This contributes to their sleek and unobtrusive look.

Versatility in Materials:

While traditional flush casement windows were commonly made of timber, modern versions are available in various materials, including uPVC, aluminium, and composite materials. This allows homeowners to choose a material that suits their preferences in terms of aesthetics, durability, and maintenance requirements.

Energy Efficiency and Security:

Like other contemporary window types, flush casement windows are energy efficient and are equipped with modern security features such as multi-point locking systems, enhancing the overall safety of the home.

Low Maintenance:

uPVC and aluminium couldn’t get much easier to maintain, but with flush casement windows you don’t have grooves or nooks and crannies to clean. Just a wipe over with a damp cloth is all you’ll need.

Contemporary Variations:

While flush casement windows are often associated with traditional designs, there are also contemporary variations available. These may feature sleek lines, minimalist hardware, and other elements that cater to modern architectural styles.

Choice of Glazing Options:

Homeowners can choose from various glazing options to meet their insulation and privacy requirements. Double glazing or even triple glazing may be incorporated into flush casement windows for enhanced thermal performance.
Customization Options:

Flush casement windows offer a range of customisation options, allowing homeowners to select finishes, colours, and hardware that align with their aesthetic preferences and complement the overall design of the home.
It’s important to note that the specific characteristics of flush casement windows can vary depending on the manufacturer and the materials used. We’ll help you consider features such as architectural style, and functional requirements when choosing between different window types.

How do I clean my flush casement windows?

Cleaning your flush casement windows is a simple task that can be done in a few steps. Here’s a general guideline:

1. Materials Gathering: Firstly, make sure you have all the necessary materials. You will need a bucket with warm, soapy water (a mild detergent will do), a soft sponge or cloth, a vacuum, aglass cleaner, and a dry soft cloth for polishing.

2. Initial Clean: Open your windows to brush or vacuum any dust, cobwebs, and debris out of the window frame and sill. This step is crucial to prevent scratching your windows when you start the wet cleaning process.

3. Cleaning the Glass: Spray the glass cleaner onto the window pane. Alternatively, you can also dip your sponge in the soapy water and apply it to the glass. Be sure to clean the glass in a circular motion to avoid streaks. Wipe it clean and polish it with a dry, soft cloth or paper towel until streak-free.

4. Cleaning the Frames: Dip the soft sponge or cloth into the soapy water, and wring it out to avoid excessive water. Wipe down the window frame and sill. Be gentle to avoid scratching the frame. If the windows are extremely dirty, it may be beneficial to repeat this process a few times until all dirt and grime have been removed.

5. Drying: Once the glass and frame are clean, wipe off any excess water with a dry cloth and then leave the window open to allow the frame to air dry completely.

6. Hardware Cleaning**: Don’t forget to clean and polish the window’s hardware – this includes the handles, hinges, and locks. A mild detergent and warm water solution should do the trick. After cleaning the hardware, dry it thoroughly to prevent any moisture damage.

7. Regular Care: To maintain your windows, ensure to clean them every few months. Regular care will ensure your windows function smoothly and look great for years to come.

Are uPVC flush windows more expensive than standard casement windows?

Yes, all other things being equal, flush windows will be slightly more expensive.

The cost of flush casement windows can vary greatly depending on various factors such as the size, material, glazing type, finish, and hardware options. Typically, they can be slightly more expensive than standard casement windows.

However, it’s important to factor in the long-term benefits, such as their aesthetic appeal, durability, and potential to increase property value. They are often worth the investment for many homeowners, especially in traditional or conservation properties.

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Casement Windows for Classic Style

Casement windows are one of the most popular styles of windows, thanks to their flexibility, energy efficiency, and classic look. Casement windows are hinged on one side, which could be the top or bottom, and open outward. This allows for maximum ventilation and views, making them a great option for any room in your home.

They suit almost any home and are available in aluminium and uPVC.

Visit Casement Windows Page.

White uPVC sash window with Georgian bars

Traditional Sliding Sash Windows

One of the greatest advances in glazing technology has to be the modern sliding sash window. With mock horns, Georgian styling, and stained glass options you can hardly tell the difference to look at. You will notice the difference in thermal efficiency and ease of use.

No more tugging at windows that have been painted shut and have warped over winter.

Visit Sash Windows Page.

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Tilt & Turn for Easy Access

Tilt & Turn windows do exactly what it sounds like. You can turn the handle one way to open like a casement window and the other to tilt open. These innovative windows combine the benefits of a large area of glass with easy cleaning and excellent ventilation. The innovative tilt-and-turn mechanism enables the window to be opened inwards from the top for safe and easy cleaning from within your home.

Visit Tilt & Turn Windows Page.

Bay window with stained glass top lights

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows open your room creating a feeling of space and light. With the additional side windows, you have more flexibility for opening windows and creating better airflow. Whether you are thinking of replacing windows in an existing bay or bow or considering opening up your space with a new bay window, you've come to the right place. We'll help you make the most of your space with the right choice of windows for your bay.

Visit Bay Windows Page.

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Slim Framed Aluminium Windows

If you are looking for a window that is both strong and stylish then aluminium windows could be the answer. With slim sightlines and a range of finishes available, aluminium windows can offer a contemporary look to any home.

We've partnered with Aluk and Origin to give the widest range of quality aluminium window choices.

Visit Aluminium Windows Page.

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Casement Windows You'll Love Coming Home to

Casement windows are characterised by the hinging on one side. Most often they are hinged on the side to open like a door but can also be top hinged and even bottom hinged.

At Styleglaze we'll guide you through the options to make sure that you choose the right windows for your home.

Learn more about casement windows.

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Traditional Sliding Sash Windows

One of the greatest advances in glazing technology has to be the modern sliding sash window. With mock horns, Georgian styling, and stained glass options you can hardly tell the difference to look at. You will notice the difference in thermal efficiency and ease of use.

No more tugging at windows that have been painted shut and have warped over winter.

White uPVC sash window with Georgian bars

Tilt & Turn

Tilt & Turn for Easy Access

Tilt & Turn windows do exactly what it sounds like. You can turn the handle one way to open like a casement window and the other to tilt open. These innovative windows combine the benefits of a large area of glass with easy cleaning and excellent ventilation. The innovative tilt-and-turn mechanism enables the window to be opened inwards from the top for safe and easy cleaning from within your home.

Tilt and turn window opens inside

Bay & Bow

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows open your room creating a feeling of space and light. With the additional side windows, you have more flexibility for opening windows and creating better airflow. Whether you are thinking of replacing windows in an existing bay or bow or considering opening up your space with a new bay window, you've come to the right place. We'll help you make the most of your space with the right choice of windows for your bay.

Bay window with stained glass top lights

Aluminium

Slim Framed Aluminium Windows

If you are looking for a window that is both strong and stylish then aluminium windows could be the answer. With slim sightlines and a range of finishes available, aluminium windows can offer a contemporary look to any home.

We've partnered with Aluk and Origin to give the widest range of quality aluminium window choice.

Origin aluminium bay window

Casement windows - top hung in modern living room

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Sash windows - with mock horns

Sash Windows

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350 x 250 Doors - Chartwell Green with side panels

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Widest Range of uPVC and Aluminium Windows

350 x 250 Windows - uPVC double glazed windows

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Aluminium bifold doors - Anthracite

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Perfect Solutions for Extra Living Space

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All Your Home Improvement Needs in One Place

Guttering & Fascia - white uPVC

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