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Are you building a new house and looking for a nice, traditional solution to give your home that rustic look?


Perhaps you're giving your home a thorough makeover and are looking for a set of windows that will be both slightly non-standard and familiar at the same time?


While sash windows remain the most popular type of window within the UK, you can get efficiency that is just as good, but with a different style with our incredible range of bespoke casement windows. Find out how 05 Joinery's bespoke casement windows can change your home's interior for the better.


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What are casement windows?

Casement windows are some of the most commonly used windows in the UK. Even though sash windows have a greater prevalence overall, there’s no denying the fact that casement windows are another classic solutions that will work great with most UK homes.


When it comes to what they are exactly, casement windows, also known as side-hung windows, consist of a sash that is attached to the frame on a hinge that’s located on its side. Because of this, it can be opened in a similar way a door can - by rotating the sash on the hinge.


They’re a fantastic solution if you want something that’s simple, traditional, and practical, guaranteed to help bring in lots of rustic charm into your home.


Casement windows have a long history, dating back to the 16th century. At the time, the technology available made the process of manufacturing glass panes very difficult and complex, so it took the windows a while to take the form they currently have.


In the past, frames were usually made using cast iron with lead lattice patterns combining smaller pieces of glass together within the sash. As the Victorian era came along, timber started to be used more commonly utulised, with ornate shutters becoming just as commonplace, serving as a defining feautre of the windows. 

Why choose casement windows?

You’d be hard-pressed to find a style of window that better embodies the classic feeling casement windows can provide.


At the same time, all currently available casement windows utilise the latest materials and technology, so that you can be sure you’re getting a truly modern product that still looks and feels traditional and rustic.


They’re also a fantastic solution for renovation and restoration projects, as they can help preserve the authenticity of a building while still adding a new, functional solution, blending in with the architecture surrounding them. 

Expect the best casement windows at 05 Joinery

At 05 Joinery, we offer one of the most amazing selections of casement windows available in London and other areas, including Harrow and Ealing. With over 10 years of experience, we can perfectly combine the traditional look of casement windows with everything modern technology has to offer, offering our clients the best of both worlds. We’ve satisfied countless clients this way over the years.

Don’t worry about the details - we can help you with more than just choosing the right window for your home. We can help you install your windows, as we realize how much of a danger improperly installed windows can pose, resulting in damage to your home, as well as insufficient insulation and efficiency. We’ll handle the whole process for you if that’s what you need, so you can kick back and relax as we take care of everything for you. 

Contact 05 Joinery today and we’ll help you out by providing you with a window solution that you can be truly satisfied with. We’ll guide you through the purchase installation step by step, so you don’t have to worry about anything from now on.

  • Do sash windows open inwards or outwards?
    Usually, they only move up and down because the frame - sash - allows only vertical moves. However, many modern manufacturers make windows that tilt inwards to make cleaning easier.
  • What is the cost of sash windows and what does it depend on?
    The cost depends on the construction and size of your windows, glazing, the area you live in and the age of your house. If you choose uPVC windows, the prices are 40% lower than those of timber ones. We make sure our prices are attractive for everyone but to tell the exact price we need to consult all the requirements with you.
  • What materials are sash windows made of?
    Traditional sash windows are made of wood. Nowadays, you can choose timber frames as well. However, uPVC windows are more popular due to lower costs and easier maintenance. uPVC windows consist of plastic frames, double-glazed glass with a layer of air trapped between 2 panes of glass (argon, krypton or xenon). Because of that, the heat is kept inside the house, the noise is isolated and the security is much higher.
  • What buildings and rooms are sash windows best for?
    Sash windows look good in older and modern buildings equally. We can help you match the style to your house no matter if you’re looking for something vintage or contemporary. The sash windows are perfect for every room.
  • What are the advantages of sash windows?
    Sash windows have great insulation, which helps you save money on energy bills so you can be sure you’ll be warm in the winter. uPVC is a low-maintenance material and it’s really easy to clean. They are also eco-friendly since they’re recyclable and considering the fact that you’ll use less energy, you will produce less carbon. They are very durable - we use only top-quality materials and you can be sure your windows will last 20 or even 30 years. Additionally, you can choose from different styles and colours and make your sash windows look unique.


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