Flush Casement Windows Worcester
As more customers want slimmer frames, flush casement windows have seen a rise in popularity, especially with uPVC profiles. You can offer uPVC flush windows with double glazing as standard or offer upgrades to triple glazing for lower U-values.
If you’re working in a conservation area in the West Midlands, you may need to have flush casement windows on hand for period properties. Stringent local guidelines may require windows that match the aesthetic of a Victorian or Georgian structure.
Fortunately, we can keep many products in stock with our large warehouse for faster lead times. Use our trade counter to pick up ancillaries, hardware or supplemental materials you need for your installation. Ring us on 0800 2461722.
uPVC is well known for being an easy to clean material. It’s perfect for new families or older residents trying to cut down on upkeep. Make sure your customers know it only requires soap and water, without harsher chemical treatment.
Homeowners looking for the best return on their investment may find that uPVC looks the best in a cost/benefit analysis. While often more inexpensive than aluminium, uPVC flush casement windows have nearly the same lifespan with comparable benefits.
Flush casement windows are often the most sought after in older properties, providing a virtually indistinguishable aesthetic to the original windows. Though, more and more homeowners find flush windows attractive for contemporary styles.
In addition to classics like Flat White, we can also make sure that you have traditional wood foils like Rosewood, White Ash and more, which are often popular with established homeowners. We recommend stocking Smooth Slate Grey and Grained Anthracite Grey to appeal to newer homeowners.
Dual Colour Options
You can now offer homeowners more variety than ever before with dual colour options. Dual colours allow homeowners to match the frames to interiors and exteriors as they choose. This can often be white, but you can speak with our team about other colours.
Flush Casement Window Prices Worcester & West Midlands
Kommerling Flush Casement Windows
These superbly designed windows come from Kommerling, a company with over 50 years in the business of window making. Engineered for better balance and load, you can find 28mm to 40mm glazing as standard with U-values as low as 1.2 W/m2K.
The six chambered frame provides exceptional thermal efficiency and combines with the glazing to reduce noise from high traffic areas. These flush casement windows are made with mechanical or welded joints to add to the overall aesthetic of the window.
VEKA Halo Flush Casement Windows
Find your next side hung flush casement window from VEKA in their signature Variations and SPECTRAL colour ranges. You’ll be able to offer customers frames between 56mm, 72mm and 84mm, plus the choice between bevelled and sculptured glazing beads.
More importantly, customers can choose double glazing, with U-values as low as 1.3 W/m2K, or triple glazing, with 1.1 W/m2K. These flush windows come in maximum sizes of 620mm x 1270mm (W x H).
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer Georgian bars?
We do! The Kommerling flush casement window can come with dedicated face fix Georgian bars.
Do you have a trade counter?
We do! Our trade counter can offer you ancillaries and supplemental materials for your next installation. With our large 6500ft warehouse, we offer flush casement windows from stock.
What other products do you offer?
What security features can you offer?
While the VEKA Halo offers high security locking, you can speak with our team about achieving PAS 24 and police accreditation scheme standards for Kommerling windows. Security systems do vary by profile, so make sure that you speak with our team about the options that you’re looking for.
Do you offer flush casement windows with trickle vents?
Yes. According to Document F, trickle vents must be fitted in new and replacement windows. The ventilation standard is different depending on the room’s function: bathrooms and kitchens require a greater degree of ventilation unless mechanical ventilation is already in place.
What does ‘flush’ mean?
‘Flush’ is a term given to a component which sits completely level within its surrounding surfaces. Our flush products are designed to fit seamlessly into their thresholds without gaps or snags, making the product easy to use whilst creating a stunning visual.
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