30-year anti-rot guarantee
A and B energy ratings
Add character to your home with our wooden double-glazed windows. With colours and configurations equally suited to modern and listed properties, frames made of timber are as durable as they are stylish. A-rated for energy efficiency, these windows can handle the harshest winters, winds and storms that the British weather throws at them.
Available in softwood or hardwood, our windows are handcrafted in the UK through a combination of age-old joinery skills and modern technology. Layering the wood in opposite directions gives the final product a long lifespan and resistance to the elements. When it comes to wood, there truly is nothing like the real deal.
Wooden Casement Windows
Get the traditional look with wooden casement windows. An excellent choice for period properties or to add character to contemporary builds, casement window frames provide extra protection against the elements.
- A-rated energy-efficiency
- Casement and bay window designs
- Manufactured to Wood Window Alliance Standards
Wooden Sash Windows
Popular for over 300 years, the classic wooden sash window is especially suited for period and mock-period properties. Our traditional timber sash windows come in three designs: sliding sash, tilt and slide, and cords and weight windows.
- A and B energy efficiency ratings
- Big range of sash window furniture
- Classic and bay window designs
Wooden Flush Windows
Sleek and simple, wooden flush casement windows sit flat to the frame, unlike casement windows that overlap in the frame. Often accepted in conservation areas, this alternative is increasing in popularity.
- A-rated energy-efficiency
- Flat to frame casement windows
- Casement and bay window designs
Wooden Window Colour Options
Our softwood and hardwood windows are available in a range of paint and stain finishes to suit any home. Choose from over 200 near-match RAL paint colours, like Anthracite Grey and Ivory, and multiple wood stain finishes to bring out the natural beauty of the timber. All designs come with a dual colour option, with the colour of your choice on the outside and white on the inside.
- White Knight
- Anthracite Grey
- Dark Woodgrain Stain
- Fir Green
- Golden Oak Stain
- Olive Green
Why Choose Wooden Windows?
Increase the Value of your Property
Natural timber windows have a luxurious beauty that other frame materials continue to try to mimic. With durability and style in equal measure, wooden window frames can help to increase the value of your home.
Let it be no secret that wood is a great natural insulator. Our A-rated wooden double-glazed windows hold more heat in winter and help keep the cold from leaving in the summer months.
Wooden windows are the very definition of sustainability in home improvement. We help promote responsible management of the world’s forests by only using lumber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). This means the trees felled in making your replacement windows are always replanted to replace those harvested.
Our wooden casement and flush casement window locks operate an inline locking system that clamps to plates fitted on the timber window frame. Combined with key-locking handles, glazing beads to prevent glass removal and anti-jemmy protection, this prevents unwelcome visitors from trying to gain entry to your home.
Browse our Wood Effect uPVC Windows
Want the look of real wood without the upkeep? Then choose from our selection of wood effect uPVC windows available in a range of faux woodgrain finishes, including Dark Woodgrain, Golden Oak, Black Ash and White Woodgrain. Woodgrain effect uPVC windows are the ideal choice if you have your heart set on the look of timber, but have a smaller budget.
Why Choose Anglian?
Choice of Softwood or Hardwood
While the softwood European Pine is our standard option, there is a further choice of two hardwood window options. These timbers are known for their strength, density and ideally suited for exterior joinery.
Long-lasting Colour Finish
During the manufacturing process, we apply three coats of microporous water-based paint to our timber windows, this is the equivalent of applying 15 coats with a brush. The paint allows the wood to breathe over time without cracking or flaking. We are so confident in this process that, much like our wooden doors, our wooden windows come with a 30-year guarantee against rot and fungal attacks.
Wood Window Alliance Standards
Anglian wooden windows are made to the Wood Window Alliance (WWA) standard, which means they have a long life if looked after with care. The projected service life is between 56 to 65 years. Compared to around 30 years for uPVC, timber casement windows are a solid choice if you are looking to make a long-term investment.
In addition to the 30-year guarantee against rot and fungus, your new windows come with our insurance-backed 10-year parts and labour guarantee and a separate 10-year glass guarantee.
Take the stress out of your investment and spread the cost of your replacement wooden windows with our low-rate finance plan from just a £199 deposit.
Delivered and Installed
The price includes the survey, manufacture, installation and aftersales for your modern timber windows. Our windows are made right here in the UK and proudly carry the Made in Britain marque.
Wooden Window FAQs
While replacement wooden windows are generally more expensive than uPVC or aluminium frames, the durability of timber over time makes them a cost-effective choice in the long run if properly cared for. The cost of our double glazed wooden windows varies in line with the style, size and species of hardwood or softwood you choose. Softwoods grow very fast, which makes them the less pricey option compared to hardwoods which grow slowly.
When properly cared for, wooden windows can last a lifetime. Our double glazed wooden windows are manufactured to the Wood Window Alliance (WWA) standards. This means they have a projected service life of between 56 to 65 years if looked after. That’s twice as long as window frames made from uPVC.
Hardwood is often considered the best choice due to its resilience against the harsher UK climates. Types of hardwood like Sapele and Meranti (also known as Majau) can handle temperature and humidity variations well while also having a good durability rating. Pine is a stable and dense softwood types that is also good for use in window manufacturing. For added protection, we use a double vacuum preservative treatment on our softwood windows.