Our range of hand-crafted, hand painted timber windows are available in a wide range of styles and designs. Being a natural material, timber offers a huge amount of flexibility with many different frame profiles, colours, finishes (Paint & stain), glazing, hardware and more. We can design a window to your exact specification and if there isn't something that fits within our range we can have it made bespoke for you. For traditional and historic properties timber windows are often the best choice as replacing timber with modern UPVC or aluminium windows can loose the character of the property, however timber windows are not limited to just traditional home as they can be made to suit modern properties. Some of the benefits of timber windows include thermal performance of the frame, ability to change the colour at any time, customizable and unique look internally and externally.
A modern sash window alternative
Looking for a maintenance free truly authentic sliding sash window?
Our Timber alternative sash range may be perfect for you, with many of the characteristics of traditional timber sash windows, although manufactured from a modern UPVC fabricate.
Unlike timber windows of the past our modern timber windows go through a 5 stage paint process to ensure the timber frame is protected from the elements achieving an extremely durable finish. Timber windows should be repainted every 5 years for optimum durability. Paint them every 5 years also ensures your windows look brand new maintaining the curb appeal of your home for many years to come. Other benefits of modern timber windows in security, modern multipoint locking can now be installed into the frames of your new windows for enhanced security over traditional timber windows.
All of our timber window range can be fitted with a range of different glazing options from single glazing for the most strict conservation areas right through to extremely low U value triple glazing to achieve passive house standard. Not only can we supply many different glazing options within our different window range we also have the experience of working with them and know which one will be the right fit for you and your property.
If you are interested in timber window although are unsure about the rest of the openings within your home we do offer a range of other products in timber such as bifolds, sliding doors, entrance doors and more.
Our Heswall showroom houses a large selection from our range and enables you to see, try and test the various window types and styles to ensure you can find the perfect timber window for your home or project.
If you are considering replacing windows in a listed building or conservation area timber is often the only material of choice, The Wood Window Alliance have produced an advice note to help owners of listed buildings with some useful information about options, consent, general advice and more. Follow this link to view the document.
After going through a series of upgrades to their family home, the homeowners decided to replace their standard UPVC windows, Looking for something that was true to the original design of the home and also sympathetic to the style of the building they decided on a truly authentic sliding sash window in Timber.
Situated in a small Cheshire village this picturesque cottage is packed full of original features including the original timber windows and doors. Our client wanted to replace the front windows of the property due to the sun damage that had occurred over the years causing rot in the original windows.
Replacement of all windows in this small period cottage in North Wales with the addition of a traditional styled conservatory to the rear of the property. To the front of the property authentic sliding sash windows have been installed, whilst at the rear timber effect UPVC flush casement windows have been fitted giving an period look with the benefit of low maintenance.
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the owners of this listed Georgian home wanted to add a rear extension to their home to create a spacious kitchen, dining area. Due to living in a listed building within a conservation area it was important for the extension to be sympathetic to the style of the building including details like the rendering, windows and fascias.