Cottage flush casement windows close into the frame in the conventional manner, but allow approximately 10% more light into the building. This is achieved by using slimmer sections to construct the frame and sashes, and by designing out the need for vertical mullions.
With slim meeting rails and plenty of glass, these casements are exceptionally well suited to traditional cottages and the replacement of their smaller, finely constructed original windows.
Despite their appeal within a conservation setting, modern performance standards are upheld. Warp and twist resistant timber, secure locks which engage in multiple points around the perimeter of every opener, ventilation grooves and glazing units which lose approximately half the heat of ordinary double glazing are just some of the innovations that are built in discreetly and unobtrusively.
Cottage flush casements are available hand-finished in hundreds of traditional shades and timber stains and may be fitted with a choice of traditional pegstays and delightful fittings from our Samuel Heath range.