Traditional features combined with innovative construction and design means you can have the home of your dreams with minimal maintenance schedules and industry-leading performance and energy efficiency.
Sliding sash window
Sash windows have been used in Britain since the 17th Century. Their pleasing proportions and traditional appearance add character and elegance to any building.
Flush casement window
Flush casement windows have featured in buildings dating back to the 16th century, prominently featuring in farmhouses and cottages.
Tilt and turn window
Tilt and turn products are very popular on the continent. They are inward opening side hung windows that, with a turn of the handle, offer a secure inward tilt function for ventilation.
Single, Stable and French
External doors are an important part of any property, offering a first impression of the quality of the build. The required design varies considerably based on the type of home.
Lift and slide door
Another ironmongery system discovered on the continent, the lift and slide offers a different option for functionality. When the handle is rotated, the door is lifted up and away from the track sliding effortlessly behind the side panel or next door.
Initially designed and utilised in Australia; sliding, folding doors have become a staple of new build and large scale renovation projects in the U.K. The ironmongery system allows a run of doors to concertina together to one end, to give a wide opening.
Dating from the middle ages, roof lanterns are typically incorporated into a larger roof and funnel natural light into the space or room below. With the growing desire of customers to have open and bright living spaces, roof lanterns are becoming increasingly popular within the UK-market.