Wooden Casement Windows
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Natural timber casement windows have a unique beauty that other frame materials continue to try and mimic. But there’s nothing like the real deal. Add character to your home with the feel and authenticity that these windows offer for both traditional and contemporary homes. Double-glazed wooden casement windows are a popular choice for period properties or those in a conservation area.
We help promote responsible management of the world’s forests by selling products that use material from well-managed FSC®-certified forests and other controlled sources. Look for the FSC® logo on our softwood and hardwood wooden windows.
No other casement window material is as welcoming and accepting of paint as wood. There are over 200 colourful paints and many wood stains to choose from that bring out its texture and natural beauty.
Our wooden casement windows are BFRC-certified and A-rated double-glazed as standard.
To maximise energy efficiency, the glass has a low-emissivity (low-e) coating and weatherstrips to help reduce energy loss and improve indoor comfort.
The timber casement frames are naturally good insulators due to the insulating properties of wood, which helps to reduce heat loss during colder months and prevent heat gain during warmer months.
Our timber casement windows have several security features to help prevent unauthorised entry and improve home security.
- Multi-point locking systems secure the window at multiple points along the frame, providing greater strength and resistance to forced entry.
- Keyed locks as standard provide an extra layer of security to prevent tampering or unauthorised entry.
- Reinforced frames make them more resistant to impact and forced entry.
- The window glass is laminated where legally required, making it shatter-resistant to provide extra protection against break-ins.
Anglian’s insurance-backed guarantees mean they remain valid until they run out. Not all window companies offer this, so be on the lookout. Under the terms of the guarantee, you are covered for the cost of a partial or complete repair of your windows.
- 10-year guarantee on the timber casement frames.
- 10-year guarantee on the sealed glass unit. The sealed unit is covered in the event of a ‘blow out’, where condensation appears between the panes of glass.
- 30-year rot and fungal guarantee.
- 10-year guarantee on all hardware, including handles and hinges.
- 1-10 year guarantees on the surface finish of wooden windows, depending on the finish chosen.
- FENSA and Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) accredited. This means we install our wooden casement windows in line with the latest building regulations.
- Our hardwood and softwood casement windows are made from timber from well-managed, FSC®-certified forests and other controlled sources. The FSC® label means that materials used for wood casement windows have been responsibly sourced.
Wooden casement windows are made to measure to fit any opening, making them a popular choice if you need a custom window solution.
Our bespoke wooden casement windows can also be designed to match the existing architectural style of the home. Choosing wooden casement windows that are made to measure helps to ensure a perfect fit, optimal performance and a customised look that meets the needs of your home.Here is a general guide to our overall wooden casement window frame sizes:
- Min height 310mm
- Min width 310mm
- Max height overall frame 2500m
- Max width overall frame 2500m
Timber casement window prices vary depending on whether you choose softwood or hardwood windows. Start your project today and enjoy it for longer. Spread the cost of your new wooden casement windows with a low deposit of just £999 (12.9% APR) subject to affordability, status and lending criteria.Timber Windows & Doors Shawbrook Representative Example – 96 Months:
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Anglian Home Improvements is a trading name of Anglian Windows Limited, Registered office: Liberator Road, Norwich, NR6 6EU. Registered in England No. 2540020.
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Creating your Wooden Casement Windows
Manufacturing wooden casement windows in the UK combines time-honoured techniques with modern innovation to produce windows that are both beautiful and functional. After selecting high-quality timber, skilled craftspeople layer the wood in opposite directions for strength. Once assembled, the windows are sanded and finished with a protective coating, which helps to extend their lifespan. Once quality-checked, we send your order to your local team ready for installation.
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Mrs Grainger, Buckinghamshire
Wooden casement windows in Ivory with monkeytail handles
"The Anglian team were always on-hand to answer any queries. Installation of our wooden casement windows was quick and efficient. The workmen were very pleasant. Our new windows have transformed the appearance of our cottage and it is now much admired."Get a Price
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Your Questions Answered by Us
The choice between wooden and uPVC windows depends on a range of factors, including the style of your home, your personal preferences, and your budget. Wooden casement windows have a classic and traditional look that can be well-suited to older or period properties. They are also very customisable but may work out more expensive than uPVC windows.
Genuine wood window frames almost always demand a premium price whenever a home with timber casement windows is sold. The other way timber windows add value is through their high energy efficiency scores. Improving your Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) score can increase the value of your home between 14 and 38%.
There are a few different types of window locks that can be used for wooden casement windows, depending on the specific design of the window and the level of security required. The most common lock type on a wooden casement window is an Espagnolette lock. They feature a long, narrow metal strip that is fitted along the window frame and a matching metal plate on the sash. When the handle is turned, the metal strip slides into the plate which locks the window securely in place.
High-quality wood is often more expensive than other mass-produced materials used to make windows, such as uPVC or aluminium. The manufacturing process is also more labour-intensive. Wooden casement windows are constructed by hand using traditional techniques such as mortise-and-tenon joinery. While they tend to be more expensive, they are also durable and can be repaired or restored if damaged.
Our Accreditations and Licenses
The British Fenestration Ratings Council is the UK’s national system for rating energy efficient windows.
For materials used and water resistance on all sealed units.
Sets standards that ensure our products and services meet customers’ requirements.
For impact resistance and glass fragmentation on safety glass.
The Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme ensures window installers comply with buildings regulations in England & Wales.
Look for our FSC® certified wooden window and door products on our website.
Anglian is a leading member of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF).
Certifies products made from start to finish in a British factory by British craftspeople.
MyGlazing.com provides free, independent advice on all your glazing needs.
PVC Industry initiative to improve manufacturing, minimise emissions and develop recycling practices
Independent service that deals with disputes between registered businesses and consumers.
TrustMark is a government endorsed not-for-profit organisation that operates through more than 30 scheme operators.