Wood casement windows have featured in buildings dating back to the 16th century, prominently featuring in farmhouses and cottages.

Casement window features have developed over time, with small glass panes used initially, which increased in size as glass making methods developed, with leaded lights popular in the early 19th century. Smaller pane sizes become popular again in the Edwardian era.

Our wood windows can be adapted to replicate the typical features found throughout the windows history, without compromising performance. 

Our traditional casement wood windows benefit from excellent thermal and weather performance

Our historic flush casement windows have been developed to maintain the original aesthetics of historic buildings whilst providing modern performance.

Our wooden casement windows can be supplied with very narrow profiles allowing them to accurately replicate the appearance of the original windows.

We have retained the multiple draught seal design of our traditional wood casement windows design, providing excellent weatherproofing and thermal insulation.

Our range of historic hardware allows the appearance of the window to match even more closely with the original designs, including traditional butt hinges and peg stays.

We have a range of historic glazing options which meet our performance requirements and will achieve our guarantees.

Our double French casement windows open either in or out and there is no center mullion to obstruct the view.  We use only hardware that is made of solid brass, bronze, or stainless steel.  All of our windows push out or swing in, and they are held in place either with a sash stay or a friction hinge.