Steel windows have been in existence since the 1930's and are the feature of many period buildings. Steel windows can be found in many different building types particularly in houses built in the Art deco period, 1930's English houses, Country properties, Tudor and Mock Tudor. Steel windows have a significant role to play in the history of British architecture characterised by the extremely slim frame profiles and 'sunshine bays' where both the frame and glass is curved. Windows from this period add a certain character and charm to a building which cannot be re-created with alternative materials such as PVC or timber.
Over 160 years ago, Crittall Windows became the British pioneers of light steel frame windows and today they continue to provide homeowners with an unrivalled traditional quality window that became synonymous with the Crittall name.
Double and single glazing, low maintenance galvanised frames, available in a large range of colours and suitable for conservation areas.
With advances in technology steel windows can now be manufactured as direct replacement for original steel windows with added benefits of enhanced security and double glazing improveing energy and acoustic efficiency of the windows. Modern steel windows are galvanised and polyester powder coated giving a long term low maintenance window.
If you are restoring an old property that has or once has original steel windows and want to maintain the character of the property or are living in a conservation area where your windows must remain steel we are sure that we will be able to help you find the perfect windows for your home within our range of steel windows. If you are looking to update your windows and you think that your property may have steel windows or are looking to learn more information on steel windows contact us or visit our showroom to speak to one of our window specialists.