Also referred to as Georgian or Tudor windows, our flush casement or “cottage” windows have been sympathetically styled to recreate the trademark aesthetics of the traditional cottage window, only they provide far greater thermal efficiency and security. Elegant glazing bars are used in this flush casement window design to further enhance their character and also help to give the impression that each pane has been individually glazed. They’re capable of rejuvenating even the most dated residences and giving them a whole new lease of life. Everything about these flush casement windows is quintessentially British.
You will be amazed how cottage windows can instantaneously transform the tired appearance of an old home and leave them looking fit for the 21st Century. Much of the credit for this goes to the horizontal and vertical strips that cross the glass panes. They will give an ageing property a new identity and character that seemingly never dates. You cannot help but be enticed by their charm.
Hazy Grey Finesse
Slate Grey Finesse
Honey Oak Super Matt
Silver D Smooth
Flemish Gold Smooth
It’s important that locks, handles and hinges – even frames and glazing – do their job and protect you and your family. All Swish windows and doors conform to PAS 24: 2012 which covers enhanced security performance requirements for doors and windows in the UK. Look out for features like multi-point locking and egress hinges which allow a window to open to 90° for emergency escape.
You may want to consider products that have Secured By Design accreditation – this is an Association of Chief Police Officers’ initiative that aims to design out opportunities for crime. These products have extra security features built in and are available from some of our Excellence as Standard installers.
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All of our window and door profiles are covered by a ten year guarantee against manufacturing defects. Your installer will offer a guarantee on the installation. Make sure that this guarantee is “insurance-backed” and offered by a DTI approved insurer. This means that if the installer goes out of business – for any reason – you are still covered.
Most guarantees will cover defects in materials and workmanship, but always check the small print. If there is anything you’re not happy with, check it out before you sign on any dotted lines.