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Styleglaze Installations Ltd

Timber Windows and Doors

Covering the Midlands including South Northamptonshire, Coventry and Leicester

Wooden Windows & Doors with Timeless Appeal

Add an Authentic Touch to Your Home

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Timber Windows for Timeless Appeal

Timber windows offer timeless aesthetic appeal, environmental benefits through sustainable sourcing, high energy efficiency with carbon savings, and a multitude of customisable styles that complement various architectural designs.

You no longer have to sacrifice comfort and security for authentic styling. The latest timber windows combine traditional elegance with modern functionality, providing a perfect balance of beauty and performance.

At Style Glaze, we understand the importance of preserving the character and charm of your home. That’s why we offer an extensive range of timber windows that cater to different tastes and requirements.

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Our Timber Window Collection

Our collection of stunning timber windows and doors includes traditional sash windows, casement windows, and tilt-and-turn windows, all made from high-quality timber sourced from sustainable forests.

Our timber windows are not just visually appealing but also environmentally friendly. Timber is a renewable material that has minimal impact on the environment. Unlike other window materials such as uPVC or aluminium, it requires less energy to produce and can be easily recycled at the end of its life cycle.

By choosing timber windows for your home, you are making a sustainable and eco-friendly choice while remaining true to the traditional charm and character of your property.

Personalised Design Options

Timber windows serve as a canvas for creative expression. They can be personalised through a selection of timber species, finishes, and hardware, allowing for a tailor-made appearance that reflects the homeowner’s style and complements the existing decor. Whether it’s the natural grain patterns or the warm tones, timber windows bring a touch of timeless elegance to any home, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal of the living space.

With the availability of various styles, including:

  • Classic casement windows
  • Elegant sash
  • Charming cottage windows
  • Distinctive bay and bow windows

The aesthetic versatility of timber windows is truly unparalleled.

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Precision Engineering for Quality

Precision in engineering is a determinant of window quality. Our windows reflect the highest standards of workmanship, embodying both quality and unique design in every product. Combining traditional craftsmanship precision with modern aesthetics, our manufacturer has honed a reputation since its inception in 1999, becoming a leading provider in the UK.

Utilising cutting-edge timber manufacturing technologies enables the creation of wooden windows in a variety of shapes and colours, along with sophisticated technical solutions. Such meticulous attention to detail is showcased in their ‘Classic’ and ‘Rustic’ wooden window profiles, offered in construction depths of 68 and 78 mm.

Timber Windows and Doors

Harmonising the style of windows and doors contributes to the overall appeal of a property.  In addition to our range of timber windows, we also have an impressive selection of timber doors. Whether you’re looking for a classic entrance door or a contemporary bi-fold door, we have something to suit every taste and style.

We pride ourselves on offering a diverse range of styles. From elegant French doors to rustic stable doors, each one is made with precision and care. Our timber doors can be customised with various glazing options and hardware finishes,

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Timber Bifold Doors

Whether your home is modern or traditional, one thing we can all agree on is that is fabulous to be able to open up your home to the garden. 

Bifold doors have become increasingly popular in recent years thanks to their ability to seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor spaces while adding a touch of elegance to any home. They consist of panels or sections that fold back against each other, allowing for maximum opening space and creating a seamless transition between the inside and outside areas of your home.

Just because you are restricted by local planning rules doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy modern living. Our wooden bifold doors open and close seamlessly offering an easy transition to the outside.

Timber Windows and Doors Installation

The installation process plays a critical role in window replacement. Whether it’s the delivery lead time or the quality of the installation, these factors can significantly impact your experience and the overall performance of your windows.

All installations are handled by experienced professionals, ensuring timely completion and excellent service for customer satisfaction.

Properly installed windows contribute significantly to the security of a home by forming a strong barrier against potential intruders and help to maintain consistent temperatures in a home, eliminating drafts and thereby increasing overall comfort levels.


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Timber Finishes

Timber offers an almost infinite variety of finishes to further personalise your windows and doors.

Staining is a popular choice for timber finishes as it enhances the natural beauty of the wood. This option allows the grain to shine through, creating a warm and inviting appearance. Stains come in various shades, from light oak to rich mahogany, giving you plenty of choices depending on your personal preference and existing interior decor.

The most popular colour is white but you can let your imagination run wild if the local planning will let you. Choose from any RAL colour to create a truly bespoke look.

Timber finishes are a key factor in the overall aesthetic of your windows and doors. With a wide range of options available, you can easily find the perfect finish to complement your home’s style and design.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Timber Windows and Doors

Are timber windows worth it?

Yes, modern timber windows are worth the investment. They offer numerous benefits such as enhancing your home’s charm, reducing your environmental footprint, and increasing your property’s value. Additionally, they have a timeless appeal and can be designed to fit any style of home. Their durability and long-term cost-effectiveness make them a great choice for homeowners.

You will find that uPVC and even some aluminium windows are cheaper and the latest designs offer an authentic alternative such as flush windows. However, if you are restricted by planning laws, you have no choice but to choose timber windows or keep the existing windows and install secondary glazing.

What are the disadvantages of timber windows?

The disadvantages of timber windows are no secret but if you love the beauty of wood and wish to preserve the traditional look of your home, then you probably also know the benefits outweigh the disadvantages.

Nevertheless, we prefer to be open about the potential drawbacks.

One of the main drawbacks of timber windows is their need for regular maintenance. Unlike other materials like uPVC or aluminium which require minimal upkeep, timber windows need to be repainted every few years to maintain their appearance and protect them from outdoor elements. This can be both time-consuming and costly, especially if you have a large number of windows in your home.

In addition to maintenance requirements, another disadvantage of timber windows is their higher cost. Due to the natural properties and quality of timber, it tends to be more expensive than other window materials such as uPVC or aluminium. This can make it a less affordable option for those on a tight budget.

Furthermore, timber windows are not as energy-efficient as other materials. While they do provide good insulation, they are not as effective at reducing heat loss and noise compared to uPVC or aluminium windows. This can lead to higher energy bills, which can be a concern for homeowners looking to save on their utility costs.

Another issue with timber windows is their susceptibility to damage from external factors such as moisture and insects. If not properly treated and maintained, timber windows can warp, rot, and even attract termites or other pests, which can compromise the structural integrity of the window.

Lastly, when it comes to design options, timber windows may have size limits compared to other materials. For instance, aluminium is strong enough for large structures because slim frames can hold larger panes of glass.

Are timber window frames expensive?

Yes, timber window frames are generally more expensive than other materials due to higher manufacturing and material costs. However, they do offer a traditional and classic aesthetic that cannot be replicated by alternative materials.

One of the main reasons why timber window frames are more expensive is because of the manufacturing process. Timber windows require skilled craftsmanship and attention to detail, as each frame needs to be carefully measured, cut, and assembled. This process can take longer than other materials, such as uPVC or aluminium, resulting in higher labour costs.

In addition to labour costs, the cost of sourcing high-quality timber also adds to the overall expense. Timber must be sourced from sustainable forests and undergo rigorous testing to ensure it meets industry standards for durability and energy efficiency. These factors contribute to the higher material costs associated with timber window frames.

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