During Victorian times, both single storey canted and full height bay windows were very popular, incorporating individually crafted timber Victorian box sash windows and separated by stone or brick mullions.
Timber circular bow windows with opening casements were also very popular, incorporating slender timber mullions and stained glass to maximise the view, originally very popular in seaside resorts, but later in towns and cities alike.
Our reproduction bay and bow windows are created to ensure that these important details from past years are recreated in your new windows. Constructed from quality hardwood timber and incorporating discretely fitted double glazed glass units, with rubber seals, to ensure that all waterproofing and draught seal requirements are met, as well as meeting local building regulation approval.
Our windows are also fitted with a wide range of our quality period ironmongery, available in many different style finishes to enhance your interior design scheme or original window fittings.
All our windows can be tailored by you to meet your individual requirements such as thin glazing bars or slender wooden mullions, different levels of security, noise reduction and interior design.