Everything you need to know about casement windows

A casement window is any window set on a vertical or horizontal hinge and is usually fitted in single or double panels. Casement windows typically swing outwards, apart from the tilt-and-turn [...]

2024-05-08T07:58:40+00:00April 3rd, 2023|Advice and expertise, Casement windows, Timber windows|Comments Off on Everything you need to know about casement windows

How to stop heat coming through your windows in summer

At Timbawood, we are usually asked how our windows can keep the heat IN – and we have a range of solutions that insulate windows to reduce heat loss. But what [...]

2024-03-21T20:14:00+00:00August 12th, 2020|Advice and expertise, Casement windows, Double glazing, Sash windows|Comments Off on How to stop heat coming through your windows in summer

Alternatives to secondary glazing

Conservation officers often request that listed or conservation properties be fitted with secondary glazing rather than having the original timber windows replaced. This is because it is seen as a solution [...]

2024-05-08T08:00:03+00:00June 30th, 2020|Advice and expertise, Casement windows, Double glazing, Listed buildings, Sash windows|Comments Off on Alternatives to secondary glazing

Sash windows versus casement windows

When it comes to period properties, there are two main types of window: Sash windows and casement windows. But what is the difference between a sash window and a casement window, [...]

2024-05-08T07:59:18+00:00November 28th, 2019|Advice and expertise, Casement windows, Double glazing, Sash windows|Comments Off on Sash windows versus casement windows

New range of casement window hardware & security features

At Timbawood we are pleased to announce we are now offering our timber casement windows with a choice of 6 hardware finishes, as well as additional security options. This is to [...]

2020-03-12T11:16:04+00:00July 10th, 2018|Casement windows, News, Timber windows|Comments Off on New range of casement window hardware & security features

Glazing for period, conservation and listed windows

Glazing for heritage properties The original glass in many period sash windows and casement windows, called crown glass, would have been hand-made and has a unique uneven reflection (see above right) [...]

2023-02-07T10:55:21+00:00May 10th, 2017|Advice and expertise, Casement windows, Conservation areas, Double glazing, Listed buildings, Sash windows|Comments Off on Glazing for period, conservation and listed windows

Conservation and listed building windows and doors

Preserving the architectural heritage of listed buildings and properties within conservation areas presents a unique set of challenges. With stringent planning regulations and a commitment to maintaining the integrity of historic [...]

2024-03-21T20:18:37+00:00February 19th, 2017|Casement windows, Conservation areas, Listed buildings, London, News, Sash windows, Timber doors, Timber windows|Comments Off on Conservation and listed building windows and doors
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