5 Star are finding these increasingly popular in period, cottage, country and fine-looking properties.
The casement design dates back more than 200 years and was originally constructed from Timber. Since the 1950’s the manufacture of replacement windows and double glazing has commonly featured tipped, overlapping casements, while timber windows have provided the only flush option.
Recently several UPVC Flush Casement options have been developed that don’t require the maintenance hassle of; sanding down, undercoating and painting which timber windows regularly need. The modern UPVC Flush Casement window benefits from superb thermal efficiency, extreme security, lifetime durability, low-maintenance and are available in a wide range of colour options.
So, if you own a Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian property the clean, straight lines of Flush Casements will look striking, yet original, however these and contemporary home owners can go further creating their own personalised versions, with astragal bars, detailed handles & stays, different colours and textures, options abound.
So, if you are looking to stand out from the crowd – coloured UPVC Flush Casement Windows are worth your consideration.
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