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Timberlook flush sash windows
Timberlook flush sash windows
Timberlook flush sash windows

Timberlook Flush Sash Windows


Timberlook flush sash windows

Timberlook flush sash windows are available in a range of carefully selected colours and finished to compliment buildings of any age.

Whether you are undertaking a conservation scheme, new build home, or rennovation, The Timberlook Heritage Flush Sash Window System is an ideal choice for any project.

Timberlook is a PVCu window system that successfully replicates traditional and heritage designs, making it ideal for historic and conservation projects. Our flush sash windows are also suitable for modern living, as they are energy-efficient and virtually maintenance free.

If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01438 311 412 or request a FREE QUOTE and we will be in touch as soon as possible.


Timberlook uPVC flush casement specifications

A design guide for specifiers and Conservation Officers

The Timberlook Design Guide is intended for use by specifiers and conservation officers. It contains cross section drawings and technical information that help designers and buyers to better understand the dimensions and details that create the Heritage Flush Sash Window.

Timberlook windows have been specifically designed with a slimmer sash profile that mimics heritage timber frame sections. It features the traditional chamfer on the outside, with a fully sculptured ovolo detail internally.

Great care has been taken in choosing authentic ancilliary details, including slim external astragal glazing bars, an optional deeper bottom sash rail, and an optional deeper cill design - The Radlington - which copies the style of a timber 'block' cill.

All window frames are mechanically joined, with a 'butt-joint' appearance on the sash, the transom, mullions, and outer frame - This detail finalises the Heritage Flush Sash, creating the authentic look of a traditional timber window frame.

The Radlington Cill is a modern interpretation of the timber cills found on older wooden windows. It is a deeper nosed cill with a height of 55mm and represents a superior aesthetic upgrade over standard cill options. It is an optional extra and The Radlington must be specified when seeking a project estimate.

Timberlook windows can be specified to the latest Document Q standards and have also passed independent testing to gain PAS24 certification.

If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01438 311 412 or request a FREE QUOTE and we will be in touch as soon as possible.


How Timberlook Flush Sash Windows are made

Timberlook Heritage Flush Sash uPVC Windows combine traditional design and modern technology. The mechanically-jointed windows are hand-built in Lancashire - this video offers a glimpse into the process.

Timberlook flush sash windows are available in a range of carefully selected colours and finished to compliment buildings of any age.

If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01438 311 412 or request a FREE QUOTE and we will be in touch as soon as possible.


When only an authentic sash window will do

Traditionally, genuine timber sash windows have been the preferred choice for any properties that happen to be situated in conservation areas. This is because timber window frames add a unique character and improve the overall aesthetic and the value of a period property, making it more desirable.

So many homeowners who are looking to sell their properties have felt that their existing wooden frames let the overall look of the property down, effectively cutting back the kerb appeal of their property to prospective buyers.

Windows say so much about your property

Windows do far more than just keep the weather out. They are eye-catching features that give your house its character through their design, materials and workmanship and help tell its story. They could be original, or they may have been altered or replaced because of decay or changes in fashion or style.

If your house is listed you should seek advice before making changes as listed building consent may well be required. If your house is in a conservation area restrictions may also apply, so again speak to your local planning authority before carrying out changes.

Good news for the conservation area property

The good news is that owing to our expertly crafted UPVC sash windows, you can now replace your old windows with energy-efficient and affordable alternatives. UPVC window replacements are permitted in conservation areas as long as their appearance does not differ considerably from the original window design. Your new windows need to look as close to the original design as possible.

What is a Conservation Area?

According to Historic England conservation areas exist to manage and protect the special architectural and historic interest of a place. Essentially, conservation areas are there to protect and retain the characteristics of a unique area of historical significance.

There are over 10,000 conservation areas in England and every local authority has at least one in its care. Conservation areas have extra planning controls and considerations attached to them to protect the historical and architectural elements that invoked the designation in the first place.

Why do we have conservation areas?

A good example of why we have conservation areas is a Northumberland town situated a mere two and a half miles from the Scottish border, whose conservation area includes the defending wall built in Elizabethan times to repel attacks from across the Scottish border. Having the place designated a conservation area stops anyone from developing a modern building that is out of character with the rest of the town, or altering existing structures so that they don't match their surroundings.

Clearly this town will never look exactly as it did when Queen Elizabeth sat on the throne, but it's important to retain the characteristics of the place so we get the impression that we are in an ancient area and the development of that area has remained sympathetic to the areas overall heritage. When we modernise historic buildings, we nearly always destroy some of the character of England, losing these features forever. Conservation areas are there to make sure we don't lose our countries rich heritage.

Even some areas that have no obvious historical relevance can be protected by conservation style rules or orders. Some houses in many towns may be subjected to certain rules, regardless of the properties owners, be they local authority or private. For example, some roads in Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire are controlled in this way. The windows and doors must meet certain criteria to ensure that they don't deviate too far from the original wooden frames and doors that were fitted on the properties when they were first built in the late twenties. Hardly historic, but controlled nonetheless.

What are Timberlook Flush Sash Windows?

Timberlook replicate the traditional wooden windows and doors that were the staple in years gone by with energy-efficient uPVC profiles. Timberlook flush sash windows are mechanically-jointed, with the most authentic looking square joints. This means that we carefully mimic the original heritage flush casement designs and eliminate those diagonal welds that detract from the traditional look of the timber window frame. The flush style is perfect for period or historic projects and our windows are accepted in conservation areas by local planning authorities. Although traditional, our minimal looks are also ideal for the modern property, and are often used in new build homes.

Heritage Flush Sash Windows

Timberlook flush sash windows successfully replicate the traditional heritage designs. They are for designed primarily for historic buildings and conservation projects. Our Timberlook windows are designed to look identical to traditional wooden frames, our timber alternative uPVC windows and flush French doors have a number of significant advantages.

Why choose uPVC wood effect windows over real timber windows?

There is no surprise that uPVC is the favoured window material today. It is the most cost-effective choice for window frames, yet still provides the excellent performances you'd expect of a modern replacement window. Timberlook high-performance uPVC is thermally efficient, with its multi-chambered profile system and our innovative quality double glazing. They can even achieve A+ energy ratings, and it doesn't get any better than that!

Timberlook windows are so easy to maintain

Many homeowners prefer uPVC wood effect windows due to the low maintenance requirements. No more stripping, sanding and painting on a regular basis to keep them looking great. Our window frames will only needing an occasional wipe to remove any dirt. There's clearly no need for the window to be varnished or for any wood protection. Even attacks from parasites that are known to damage wood will become a thing of the past.

Our windows have uPVC that is finished in an anti-fade protective coating, so it simply will not fade, split or crack over time. Our high quality uPVC windows will last for at least thirty five years, best of all, they will continue to look like new throughout this time.

The uPVC material we use in our Timberlook window products is extremely robust and has shown its ability to withstand strong forces and very harsh weather conditions. As standard, we fit our heritage uPVC windows with multipoint locking systems for added security. Timberlook windows pass stringent industry standards and they're proven to secure your home from the most common burglary techniques, offering you added peace of mind.

The traditional meets the modern

Modern materials and advanced technology make it possible to achieve the character look you want for your property, with a window that's thermally efficient and extremely secure. They are undoubtedly far more affordable than real timber, and will have a significant impact on the comfort and appearance of any property. Timberlook windows are made for modern living and, with a minimal and understated appearance, suit contemporary and new build properties alike.


From initial quote to final fitting - ASPECT Windows and Doors can do the lot

ASPECT Windows and Doors can provide a full service, from an initial quote to the finished installation. Bi-fold doors are increasingly popular with owners of all kinds of homes. Make a dramatic difference to your home and bring your garden inside. Speak to ASPECT Windows and Doors to see how we can help today.

uPVC doors and windows are the ultimate for longevity and low maintenance

One of the things that make our uPVC windows and doors such a popular choice is the fact that they require nothing more than the occasional wipe over with a damp cloth. The uPVC will remain clean for many years with the very minimum maintenance and come with a ten year guarantee against discolouration, warping and cracking.

No repainting required - ever!

uPVC windows and doors will never require painting, will not rot like wooden frames. Other building materials have a tendency to crack or warp, but not our uPVC windows and doors.

Why not contact ASPECT Windows and Doors today

Whatever style of property you have and whatever type of window and door you like, ASPECT Windows and Doors can supply and fit premium quality uPVC windows and doors at a price to suit your budget.

We complete the installation within the agreed time frame, with the minimum disruption to your property and leave everything clean and tidy when we are done. Why not call us to discuss the most suitable uPVC windows and doors to suit your property, lifestyle and budget.


FENSA regulations

All glass windows and doors conform to FENSA regulations. At ASPECT Windows and Doors we use Pilkington K Glass™ and Planitherm Glass™.

Energy efficiency

The cost of energy has shot up recently so any way in which energy can be saved is a good thing. New regulations have been introduced in the UK to control the requirements for energy efficiency. Energy ratings are now required when buying ans selling a house and the glass used in windows and doors plays an important role. Heat loss through glass is usually expressed as the 'U' value. Windows and doors which include glass with lower U values can help the energy saving capacity of a property.

Further Information

If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01438 311 412, email us at enquiries@aspectwindowsanddoors.co.uk or fill in our enquiry form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.


Energy efficient

The glass we use in all projects is the latest "A" Rated, energy efficient, low emissivity (Low-E) glass.

Safe and secure

All of our windows, doors and conservatories are built with security, strength, durability as well as style.

Repairs and maintenance

At ASPECT Windows and Doors we offer a full repair and maintance service for doors, windows and conservatories.


ASPECT Windows and Doors are FENSA <b>MCT</b> registered

ASPECT Windows and Doors are FENSA MCT registered

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