Arched windows can add a unique feature to your home that can easily impress; with arched windows being less of a common sight in the UK you could get that unique look to your home that makes it stand out from the rest.
Whether it is narrow rounded arch windows you are looking for or longer arched windows for the front of your home we have a wide range of styles and designs on file to help provide some inspiration when it comes to selecting some stand-out windows to add to your home. As well as pre-set designs, we can take almost any designs that you the customer have in mind and transform them into scaled drawings so that your own designs can become a reality.
All of our arch windows come constructed from the leading technology and materials to ensure your home is not only attractive and secure but also helps retain lost heat as the window frames are made from the popular UPVC material that is low maintenance and great at keeping the heat in as well as double glazed windows for extra insulation.
Our uPVC can come in traditional white or any mock wood effect textures to retain your home's character. With sophisticated locking mechanisms your home will not only look great they will also be less vulnerable to break-ins and damage.
Bay Windows differ from Bow Windows in that a Bow Window can usually be fitted in a matter of hours whereas a Bay Window involves more work during the installation, as the window can be dropped to the floor: almost like having a mini extension to your home!
The top of the window can be done in fibre glass, UPVC, lead or tiled, the choice is yours. Glazing choices can also be suited to the rest of your home, ranging from clear glass to lead and stained glass patterns. Bay windows are available in white, mahogany and bay window sash which will add high security low maintenance benefits.
The ability to manufacture a one-piece arch is an important innovation. Our state-of-the-art production techniques allow us to make smooth, streamlined arches out of a single piece of profile, as opposed to the traditional method used by other companies of piecing several sections of PVCu together, resulting in a fragmented appearance and unsightly joints.
Not only superior looks, our one-piece method gives greater strength and stability to your design.