Firstly, you must choose products that you know will preserve the original appearance of the property and any additions that you do make must comply with the various rules and regulations in place. Secondly, you need to be absolutely sure that these products offer a sufficient standard of energy efficiency, security, acoustics and ideally need a fraction of the maintenance that timber equivalents demand. In the case of windows, traditional white coloured windows are not the only option available to you nowadays.
Technology has moved on massively over recent years and seen the creation of various affordable Heritage-like products that assimilate brilliantly into long-standing residences. These products are manufactured to provide homeowners with the utmost in thermal efficiency, security and noise reduction, plus they’re capable of withstanding weathering, a common downfall of timber crafted products. They offer everything you want rolled into one magnificent design.
An increasingly popular Heritage product that’s not long been on the market is ‘Envisage’ – a fabulous new Flush Casement Window.
This Flush Sash is based on the earliest glazed timber window designs, containing the same simple lines and a sash that sits smoothly within the frame. Authentically proportioned, it can be supplied in an eclectic choice of period and contemporary finishes and with hardware styles evocative of the era.
Undeniably pleasing on the eye, this stunning range also excels when it comes to security and insulation to give you an exciting modern twist on timber windows that’s fit for 21st Century home living.
Clearview customers wanting to know more about Envisage can find out more here or see it displayed in one of our showrooms.
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