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Timber Alternative Windows

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Timber alternative windows are windows that have been designed to look like a wooden window but are made from uPVC.

Many people love the look of timber windows but are put off by the high cost and the maintenance required to keep them looking there best. Timber alternative windows have all the visual charm of a timber windows, combined with the advantages of a uPVC window.

The flush sash casement windows are available in a range of colours including some fabulous heritage colours. The windows are often mechanically joined to give a butted timber look joint rather than a uPVC weld. Details like monkey tail handles and window stays can complete the authentic look, but equally for a contemporary look, modern handles and colours can be selected.

The timber alternatives that Andy Glass Windows install, look so authentic that they have been approved by many Conservation Officers across the county as a viable alternative to timber.

If the look of timber appeals to you, but you want the advantages of uPVC find out more from Andy Glass Windows.They’ll be happy to discuss what is available in the marketplace today and can provide you with a free no obligation quotation.

So, what are the advantages of timber alternatives?

  • Available in a wide range of styles and
    colours
  • Confirmed energy ratings
  • Cost effective
  • High insulation values
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • Better draught exclusion
  • Longevity of aesthetics
  • No annual painting
  • No fading
  • No rotting
  • No warping or twisting

Visit www.andyglasswindows.co.uk, call 01235 530035 or visit their showroom at Unit 78 Sandford Lane Industrial Estate, Kennington, Oxford OX1 5RP

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