Produced and installed to measure.

Our entry level windows are made of redwood (pine). A solid window with a hardwood sill.
Hardwood and aluminium composite windows are more expensive, with approximate increases shown below.
Choice of timber:
Redwood (pine)
Oak 30%
Meranti (Shorea) 25%
Accoya 25%
Aluminium composite 30-35% 
Choice of glass:
Triple glazed

Sash Windows

Spring-assisted sliding windows
Without compromising on the detailed replication of existing windows, the spring balance opening mechanism offers a great value alternative to lead weight and pulley sashes. While the saving is substantial, the difference in appearance is minimal. Spring- assisted windows also provide greater insulation than weight-assisted sashes.
Weight-assisted sliding windows
Our weight-assisted sashes are the original lead weight and pulley windows that are such a classic feature of Georgian and Victorian properties. These windows accurately replicate the originals in their dimensions as well as in details such as bars, curves and horns.

Casement Windows

We offer flush, storm-proof and Scandinavian casement windows. These come double glazed with low-E glass as standard, but glazing options such as safety laminated, obscure, tinted and sound proof, triple glazed are also available.
Tilt and Turn
We also offer tilt-and-turn windows. These, so called Euro windows open inwards and have the best thermal characteristics.
Aluminium Composite
All our casement windows and doors can be produced with aluminium cladding. It is recommended for those looking for low-maintenance windows. Aluminium composite windows are very good in areas with harsh, windy weather conditions. Such windows offer even better insulation, as well as giving a modern look. Aluminium cladding can be painted in any RAL colour.


We offer a variety of door styles, including French, sliding, folding and patio, produced in softwood or hardwood. All doors are made to your specification and design. They can be painted, varnished, stained or oiled. Hardware can be fitted at the manufacturing stage in order to minimise installation cost.