Timber Windows

Timber windows offer many features such as beautiful aesthetics, longevity and environmental benefits.

Timber Windows

Beautiful Craftsmanship

Timber window frames have been made from wood for hundreds of years. Crafting timber frames is a true artisan practice and a skill that takes years to perfect. Fortunately, your carpenter isn’t going to run out of wood any time soon, as it’s completely renewable.

Environmentally Friendly

Timber is a completely renewable product, very green and also much more environmentally friendly than uPVC materials.

Colour Options

There are an infinite number of colour options and varnish finishes, allowing for a truly bespoke look.

Sliding Sash Windows

Timber wood grain effects are particularly popular for period homes with vertical sliding sash windows.

Cost

On the flip side, timber is expensive. The production costs are far higher. Land has to be bought to grow the trees that then have to be grown. Once the trees are big enough, they are cut down and dried for at least a year in huge warehouses. The wood is then shipped. Then suppliers either sell it on to carpenters or use it for themselves. It’s a long process. Carpentry is also a highly skilled job and therefore production costs are higher.

Longevity

Timber frames can last decades if well maintained. Tests show that nature’s wooden solution can last a lifetime unlike uPVC windows.

Maintenance

If you don’t maintain timber windows, you’ll get peeling paint, warped frames and rotten wood. They are a great option if you have time and money but not many of us have both of those things.

Add Value

Timber windows enhance the appearance of your property as well as value to your home for years to come.

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Map of the United Kingdom

London

E - East London, EC - City of London, HA - Harrow, N - North London, NW - North West London, SE - South East London, SW - South West London, W - West End, London, WC - West Central London

East Anglia

AL - St. Albans, CB - Cambridge, CM - Chelmsford, CO - Colchester, EN - Enfield, HP - Hemel Hempstead, IG - Ilford and Barking, IP - Ipswich, LU - Luton, MK - Milton Keynes, NR - Norwich, PE - Peterborough, RM - Romford, SG - Stevenage, SS - Southend-on-Sea, WD - Watford

South East England

BN - Brighton, BR - Bromley, CR - Croydon, CT - Canterbury, DA - Dartford, GU - Guildford, KT - Kingston-upon-Thames, ME - Medway, OX - Oxford, RG - Reading, RH - Redhill, SL - Slough, SM - Sutton, SO - Southampton, PO - Portsmouth, TN - Tonbridge, TW - Twickenham, UB - Uxbridge

South West England

BA - Bath, BH - Bournemouth, BS - Bristol, DT - Dorchester, EX - Exeter, GL - Gloucester, HR - Hereford, PL - Plymouth, SN - Swindon, SP - Salisbury, TA - Taunton, TQ - Torquay, TR - Truro, WR - Worcester

East Midlands

DE - Derby, DN - Doncaster, LE - Leicester, LN - Lincoln, NG - Nottingham, NN - Northhampton

West Midlands

B - Birmingham, CV - Coventry, DY - Dudley, ST - Stoke-on-Trent, SY - Shrewsbury, TF - Telford, WS - Walsall, WV - Wolverhampton

North East England

DH - Durham, DL - Darlington, DN - Doncaster, HD - Huddersfield, HG - Harrogate, HU - Hull, NE - Newcastle, S - Sheffield, SR - Sunderland, TS - Teesside

North West England

BB - Blackburn, BD - Bradford, BL - Bolton, CA - Carlisle, CH - Chester, CW - Crewe, FY - Blackpool, HG - Harrogate, HX - Halifax, L - Liverpool, LS - Leeds, LA - Lancaster, M - Manchester, OL - Oldham, PR - Preston, S - Sheffield, SK - Stockport, WA - Warrington, WF - Wakefield, WN - Wigan, YO - York

Scotland

AB - Aberdeen, DD - Dundee, DG - Dumfries and Galloway, EH - Edinburgh, FK - Falkirk, G - Glasgow, IV - Inverness, KA - Kilmarnock, KW - Kirkwall, KY - Kirkcaldy, ML - Motherwell, PA - Paisley, PH - Perth, TD - Galashiels

Northern Ireland

BT1-17 - Belfast, BT18 - Holywood, BT19-20 - Bangor, BT21 - Donaghadee, BT22-23 - Newtownards, BT24 - Ballynahinch, BT25 - Dromore, BT26 - Hillsborough, BT27-28 - Lisburn, BT29 - Crumlin, BT29 - Belfast, BT30 - Downpatrick, BT31 - Castlewellan, BT32 - Banbridge, BT33 - Newcastle, BT34-35 - Newry, BT36-37 - Newtownabbey, BT38 - Carrickfergus, BT39 - Ballyclare, BT40 - Larne, BT41 - Antrim, BT42-44 - Ballymena, BT45 - Magherafelt, BT46 - Maghera, BT47-48 - Londonderry, BT49 - Limavady, BT51-52 - Coleraine, BT53 - Ballymoney, BT54 - Ballycastle, BT55 - Portstewart, BT56 - Portrush, BT57 - Bushmills, BT58 - Newtownabbey, BT60-61 - Armagh, BT62-67 - Craigavon, BT68 - Caledon, BT69 - Aughnacloy, BT70-71 - Dungannon, BT74 - Enniskillen, BT75 - Fivemiletown, BT76 - Clogher, BT77 - Augher, BT78-79 - Omagh, BT80 - Cookstown, BT81 - Castlederg, BT82 - Strabane, BT92-94 - Enniskillen