Why choose steel windows for your home?
The performance benefits of steel windows cannot be matched by other materials such as UPVC, timber or aluminium. The design versatility of steel enables its use in both traditional and contemporary building design, steel offers the aesthetic appeal and elegance that are sympathetic to classically styled buildings and also gives the design impact and strength required for modern fenestration requirements.
Our Steel Windows
Our steel windows offer the narrowest sightlines available without compromising performance; the maximum amount of light or glazed areas can only be achieved with steel windows, and due to steels inherent strength, maximum security is achieved for the prevention of intruders.
Steel windows are also far more environmentally friendly than other materials and are 100% recyclable. You should also consider that the expected lifespan of a steel window is far in excess of fifty years and it can then be refurbished for another 50 years of life.
There really is no other product than steel windows that can give maximum light, the level of protection from intruders and such a significant lifespan. Furthermore you do not have to compromise the appearance of your home with unsightly heavy framed windows in order to achieve the thermal requirements that both modern day living and regulation require.
Our comprehensive service from survey through manufacture to installation is all carried out by our own fully employed craftsmen to ensure that satisfaction is guaranteed. Properties on which our services are provided range from social housing to stately homes, whether you have a 14th century chapel or an ultra-modern project which could feature on Grand Designs, we will provide the solution you need.
Replacement and new windows for this amazing building project featured on Grand Designs 100th special series 9 episode 5 channel4.com
New double glazed steel windows and Oak timber frames on this extensive property extension and refurbishment in West Sussex
New replica windows with double glazing on this unusual chapel conversion project.
This project had very strict design parameters, requiring us to create glazing screens made from very heavy stainless steel sections to surround a swimming pool. There were many design and engineering issues that needed to be addressed in order to achieve both a practical and feasible resolution to this design.
The designers wanted everything designed specifically for this project, sections of materials had to be manufactured, the furniture was handmade to specific design , the glazing was specifically designed encompassing ‘smart’ glass, the finish had not been used before and the technical requirements and engineering solutions required were significant.