To celebrate the launch of our new Envisage flush casement window Hazlemere are offering a FREE UPGRADE from our standard UPVC casement windows, a great offer for those who prefer the sleek lines that a flush casement window offers.
Whether your home is a contemporary property in need of a flush window style, or a more traditional building that needs sympathetic styling to emulate the original timber windows then a visit to a Hazlemere showroom is highly recommended.
Why Choose A Flush Casement Window.
A sleek look that can be designed to suit any home.
Replicate the look of authentic timber windows handmade by master craftsmen.
Equal sightlines provide a neat appearance to the outside of your property.
Colour options to suit every taste, from standard white frames, to a traditional wood grain effect in light oak, through to a more contemporary anthracite or olive grey.
Historical detailing of handles, hinges and pulls for those wanting to complete a traditional look.
A more secure home with ‘Secured By Design’ locking system, approved by the police.
Fuel cost savings and a cosier home with thermally efficient frames thanks to the high performance glass and technically advanced UPVC.
Contact Hazlemere to arrange for a design consultant to visit you at home, with advice on the right look for your home and a no-obligation quote.
For a limited period Hazlemere are offering a FREE UPGRADE to flush casement windows, from our standard casement window range. Ask us for full details.
Alternatively visit one of the Hazlemere showrooms to see the Envisage Flush casement first hand.
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