If you’re looking for a broad selection of windows in Durham, look no further than B & R Glazing Co Ltd. From casement to tilt and turn windows, we’ve got the product to suit any and every property and all our products are energy efficient, helping you to stay cool in summer and warm in winter. To find out more about the uPVC windows we install, get in touch today.
All of the windows we supply and install come with a 10-year guarantee.
The most popular window style in the UK, the casement window is a practical and versatile window that is outward opening and features side or top-hung vents. These windows can be locked in a night vent position to provide fantastic ventilation. You can also choose to have restricted hinge openings which is a great additiional safety feature and can help prevent falling from height.
New to our stock is the flush casement window, similar to the original casement however the window sits flush with the frame, rather than having a lipped casement. The clean, square lines mean that flush window look great on any home, whether traditional or contemporary.
Specifically designed with practicality and functionality in mind, the tilt and turn windows allow you to twist the handle 90 degrees and receive gentle ventilation. What’s more, once the handle is twisted 180 degrees, the window can be opened fully, allowing for easy cleaning and an effective fire escape. These windows can be coupled to produce bay and bow windows, and can be used within conservatories.
Our vertical sliding sash windows offer the timeless elegance associated with traditional sash windows but combines this with enhanced performance benefits and modern materials, which results in minimum maintenance without compromising on character, appearance, or quality. Our modern-day uPVC recreates the look of timber but with the benefits of being secure and energy saving.
If you’re looking to add a touch of tradition to your windows and recreate a traditional box sash window, then a mock horn is a great way of doing so. Mock horn uPVC windows are essentially top-opening windows, however, they recreate the look of a sliding sash window but in a more cost-effective manner. The mock horn simply adds to the aesthetic, it does not compromise on security or energy efficiency.
These internal bars visually divide the units into smaller panes, either using white or coloured bars between the panes of glass. This simple yet stylish design allows for easy cleaning.
Astragal bars are the opposite of Georgian bars, and have back-to-back spacers between each pane of glass and are covered with uPVC Georgian bars internally and externally.