Window trends are forever evolving and if it feels like the right time to be seeking out a suitable modern replacement window for your current windows check out Hazlemere’s flush casement windows.
Since integrating them into our product range, these striking and beautiful flush casement windows have been a huge seller and it isn’t difficult to understand why.
For starters, they offer the slenderest of sightlines and have the type of authentic appearance that you’d normally only associate with true timber windows.
Their thermal qualities also significantly outdo those of wooden windows too as they can be supplied with an impressive ‘A’ or even ‘A+’ energy rating. The inside of your home will feel unbelievably toasty following their installation, no matter how cold it gets outside, keeping the whole family comfortable and energy bills down to an affordable cost.
You’re also assured a far more secure property as Hazlemere’s flush casement windows can be fitted with Police approved Secured by Design locking mechanisms. Prior to being made available to customers, testing has proved that these flush casement windows can withstand a serious amount of force and remain securely fastened to the frame when locked.
The various coloured finishes available for this flush casement range play a huge part in giving it the look of a traditional flush sash timber window. We have a wide selection of colour options including light oak, signal grey and olive grey.
Can you envisage a home with these spectacular flush casements?
If so, you’ll be pleased to hear about our FREE upgrade offer on any like-for-like window configurations and finishes.
Full details of this FREE upgrade offer can be obtained from one of our sales consultants or if you already know they’re the right window replacements for your home ask for a FREE no obligation quote.
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