Flush Casement windows are still the most popular choice in the domestic market and we offer a wide range of styles and finishes, so you can be sure there is one that is just what you want.
Flush casement windows are characterized by openers that close into the frame and finish flush with the face of the window.
Horizontal and vertical glazing bars are used to continue a uniform pattern where mullions or transoms have been fitted, it is also used create a Georgian style window by using a cross within each unit of glazing.
Leaded, 18mm, 20/26mm, 60mm
Obscure glass is used for front doors, French doors or bathroom windows that need a little privacy, patterned glass offers just that whilst retaining the natural light in the room.
Various finishes are available
We can supply iron mongery to meet the needs you may have.
More information coming soon.
Technical data – Flush Casement
Softwood – Engineered Redwood
Hardwood – Engineered Meranti or Engineered European Oak
PROFILE AND CONSTRUCTION
Frame thickness 88mm
COLOURS AND FINISH
High performance coatings in any standard RAL colour paint finish
Preservation micro porous, paint /stain micro porous flow coat applied, 3 coats
Choice of different stains
Dual colour option
Glazing D.G.U 24mm, 4mm/16mm gap TGI/4mm soft coat Low E
Glaze gap Argon gas filled: centre pane Uvalue 1.1W/M2k
Patterned (obscure) glass – optional
Laminated or toughened (safe) and anti–burglary glass – optional
Colour availabe: RAL 7035 Standard
Optional: RAL 9016, RAL 9005, RAL 8003, RAL 8016, RAL 7035, RAL 7040
Astragal 18mm, 20mm, 26mm, 60mm, lead bars
Internally beaded to prohibit removal of the glass from outside with concealed glazing pins
Silicone continuous neutral cure seal both sides
Q – Lon by Schlegel
HINGES AND LOCKS
Standard friction hinges
Urbane stainless steel
Cills may be added to the bottom of frame
Trickle vents may be added to head of frame or head of sash
Outside conopy may be covered by timber head drip
Generally 7 – 8 weeks unless otherwise specified
Manufacturer has the right to introduce technical alterations without notifying.