All our windows are traditionally made using hardwoods such as Oak, Sapele, Utile, Iroko, engineered timber or Redwoods of your choice to suit your requirements and budget. The windows are traditionally made using mortice and tenon joints and come with all modern draft gaskets and seals fitted. They are also supplied pre beaded.
We can source an extensive range of ironmongery to suit the style and character of your chosen window and property. You are also welcome to supply your own. We are happy to supply all types of glazing to suit if you are collecting from our workshop, however glazing cannot be sent via courier.
Along with our standard fittings we can supply your windows with friction hinges, multipoint locking systems, trickle vents. Pre finishing is also available as an option should you require it, we use Technos 2 part spray paint finish to any RAL colour.
We have a wealth of experience in producing windows for listed buildings and properties in conservation areas, whether you need a straight forward like for like replacement or a bespoke window, as above, designed and made to your specific requirements and budget.
Casement window features a rebated casement opener which overlaps the face of the frame. As the name suggests they can be more weather efficient as driving rain cannot easily penetrate the overlap. This style of windows typically found in new build or more modern house types.
There are several benefits to weather proofing your windows. One such benefit that comes with our Wooden Storm Proof windows is that they are double glazed, which will ensure the efficiency of a modern window whilst also ensuring the traditional look and feel of these windows remains untouched.
If you want to see some examples of our Storm Proof Wooden Windows then check out our gallery, or if you are interested in them, get in touch here.
The easiest way to explain this style is to say that when the window or sash is closed it sits flush with the outside of the frame, giving clean flush lines to the edge. Other benefits of this traditional style of window include:
- Long Lasting Performance
- Sound Proof
- Strong & Secure
This style of window is more generally found in older style properties. Dating back to the 19th century and having been used for over 200 years. These windows were designed with flush fitting sashes as evidenced in many late Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian properties.
This style of window is generally found in period properties. As the name suggests the frame is of a box construction which houses the pulley and weights. These weights act as a counter balance to enable the sash to open and close. We can also make and supply sliding sashes with a spring balance mechanism should it be required.
Throughout the UK, this is still one of the more prominent windows that are being used at many properties. Our sliding sash windows can incorporate a number of safety features. Secure locking systems and Georgian bars will ensure that you feel safe within your own home.
This style of window is often seen is older style cottages predominantly in the North Yorkshire region, hence the name. They open and close horizontally.
These windows come in traditional hardware available in a large range of colour options. It can come with aluminium track and high quality adjustable rollers, as well as a double draught seal that will maximise thermal performance and weather proofing.
We can also provide this set of windows in a range of different timber whether in redwood or sustainable hardwoods to suit your specifications & requirements.
So, if you are interested in our Yorkshire Sash Windows then make sure you enquire with us today.
At the Oak Workshop we offer a full design drawing service to enable local authority permission for our bespoke joinery products. Including listed & conservation building consent, building control, and to support any order placed whether it is a single window, staircase or a larger project that requires a schedule linked to drawings. Please note that we only provide this service after you have placed an order with The Oak Workshop.