Heritage Casement Bay Window

Period and Historic Buildings

We know the appearance of your home is extremely important in London and surrounding areas as there are many period houses and conservation areas. Particular attention must be given when refurbishing your property including the replacement of your windows. Our Heritage windows are designed with all the traditional detailing found in period windows for both our PVCU sash windows and flush fit casements. With one of the only PVCU products that has been approved and installed successfully in conservation areas, Sash Window London has a wealth of experience in dealing with these requests.

PVCU Sliding Sash

Our Heritage PVCU sash window is designed with all the traditional detailing found in period windows, such as a deep bottom rail, slim sashes and an optional Georgian bar. Stylishly designed to replicate the slim lines and traditional details of timber sash windows. The deep bottom rail and simulated putty-lines replicate the traditional timber joining details, whilst the sculpted glazing beads and Georgian bars on the inside of the window add that extra touch of authentic styling with run through horns as standard.

Classic style brass catches and optional decorative horns replicate the traditional timber aesthetics to complete the effect.


PVCU Flush Fit Casement (R9)

Our flush fit casement window system is specifically designed to authentically replicate the appearance of traditional timber window frames often found in conservation areas and listed buildings without losing the character appearance and feel of the period. This casement replicates the putty line externally and decorative detailing internally, flush sashes and equal sightlines throughout. It is finished beautifully with a traditional weather rail and Georgian Bars to the original pattern.

This Range is also designed to replicate traditional opening mechanisms and hardware including butt hinges, monkey tail handles and peg stays and also the flush sash designs found in cottage properties.