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Logic Chamfered

This profile shape is defined by its sleek low maintenance finish. It creates a stylish appearance by its flat contemporary appearance, created by clean obtuse angles.

The energy performance rating for

Logic Flush

The flush profile system provides the popular, traditional appearance of a timber window frame. The advantage of uPVC profile is you benefit from higher energy efficiency and noise reduction. The

Logic Sculptured

A timeless, traditional look with sculptured framing and rounded edges. It’s a style chosen for windows in period style homes or those looking to put lots of character into their

Vertical Sliding

Vertical sliding sash windows are a perfect combination of ingenious engineering and immense practicality. Replacing old sash windows usually means they have unfortunately come to the end of their life.

Mock Horned

Mock horned sashes can be a key feature to give your home a traditional look. Originally sash horns were an integral part of making a timber sash window. At a


Tilt and turn windows offer multiple benefits such as high security, low maintenance and a greater area of ventilation. A multi-point locking mechanism incorporating a shoot-bolt gives this window enhanced

Crittall Style Bar

A key design feature of many architectural windows and doors is the inclusion of black glazing bars positioned inside the centre of a sealed unit. These elements create more of

Astragal Bar

Astragal bars are a ‘plant on’ bar to window glazing internally and externally. They separate panes of glass, giving the effect of traditional period features. Astragal bars are applied to

Georgian Bar

Georgian bars are positioned inside the centre of a sealed unit. The bars are sandwiched in between layers of glazing. Rather than a ‘plant on’ bar, they are sealed within


Bevelled glass has unique optical properties. The glass captures and refracts light in a unique way that creates a kaleidoscope of colours enhancing the visual impact. Bevelled glass is used


Casement windows are hinged on the window as side hung or bottom hung. Most popular in a pair or single opening. This style can be accompanied with multiple hinge types

Bay/bow windows

Extend the natural light in a room with a bow or bay window. You can upgrade the style of the bow and bay window with a range of optional designs

Arched or Shaped

We offer specially designed arched or shaped frames conforming to the British quality standard ISO 9001:2008. This means these products have passed multiple inspections with flying colours. The precision of

Integral Window Blinds

All integral blind systems are available in Venetian format. Venetian blinds, with their horizontal slats allow adjustment of light entering your room even when the blinds are fully lowered. They

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Glass upgrade options

Acoustic glass considerably reduces outside noise, especially near busy areas such as motorways, main roads or airports. We use two varying thicknesses of glass, providing increased sound insulation.


Toughened glass is up to five times as strong as ordinary glass which means that it has to be hit much harder to break, If it does break, it cracks into small pieces, which are much less dangerous.


Laminated glass has the same strength as standard glazing but includes a plastic interlayer. If the glass gets broken this layer holds the whole pane in place so that there is no hole in the window and no chance intruders can enter.

Triple glazing

If you want to keep as much heat in your home as possible triple glazed windows are the way forward. That’s not to say that double glazing isn’t effective it’s just that the additional pane of glass will help retain more heatwaves.