Our heritage flush casement windows are made from uPVC and designed to look like a traditional 19th century wooden frame. They have all the benefits of a modern uPVC window and are available in a range of designs and colour options. Flush sash windows feature mechanical joints that look like authentic carpentry, so are often accepted by planning officers. Whilst they are made for period and conservation projects, the flush exterior has a minimal look that is also suited to more modern buildings and renovations.
All Timberlook flush sash windows are designed and made to order for your individual property. We ensure they have the right balance and proportion for each project.
This new uPVC window system is crafted with al the authenticity of a traditional wooden cottage windows. Instead of regular diagonal welded corners, we have mechanical joins with the look of a mortise & tenon, or butt joint. A patented joining method ensures that the frame remains energy efficient and robust.
To complete the look, we offer slim astragal ‘cottage bar’ decoration, and options like a deeper bottom rail and The Radlington Cill.
On the inside, our period style windows have a fully sculptured ovolo design that can also be finished with woodgrain foils and colours.
Once you’ve decided what you want, they can give you an accurate quote. Our craftsmen will then install your UPVC windows, ensuring that they fit perfectly.
AGS cover many areas within London and across Essex including Romford, Brentwood, Hornchurch, Upminster, Chigwell, Loughton, Chelmsford, Billericay and Woodford.
The Timberlook Flush Sash has a 70mm frame which will help speed up installations and reduce the impact on existing decor. Windows are supplied with high performance security systems and a dual setting for night ventilation.
The newly developed Timberlook flush French door perfectly complements the heritage window system, matching the traditional look and feel. Whilst manufactured in a slightly different way, it is available in all the same finishes matching furniture.
Manufacture of the Flush Door is slightly different from windows as they require extra strength for larger glass units. More discreet diagonal welds are used so as not to detract from the overall style. French flush doors open outwards and taller opening may be designed with a fanlight.