Painswick Windows on White Woodgrain – Made from stock

We are significantly reducing the delivery timescales on Painswick windows with a textured white wood grain internally. Following its launch with the flush sash window, we have seen the popularity of our heritage paint colours palette grow. With hundreds and thousands of frames built and dispatched, we have seen how tastes for various colour combinations […]

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Timberlook Windows under Timberweld License

We at Affordable Windows are pleased to announce our recent agreement to produce the Timberlook Heritage Flush Casement Window under the Timberweld Licence. This method of manufacture provides the strength of a modern, fully welded window, with the traditional ‘butt joint’ appearance that both consumers and Conservation Officers require – it is one of the […]

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Conservation Project, Replacement Traditional WIndows

Affordable Windows receives first order from the Ernest Cook Trust.

We are delighted to announce we supplied our first order to the charitable foundation The Ernest Cook Trust.   Founded in 1952, Ernest Cook was the grandson of the famed travel agent, Thomas Cook. This notwithstanding, he made his own way by trading foreign currencies used by people in the new fashion of international travel. […]

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contemporary flush windows self build and doors

Timberlook Flush Sash installed in Brand New Property

Local builder Sean Hutchinson, with subcontractor Classique Windows, has just completed the installation of 27 Timberlook Flush Sash windows to an individual specification build in the village of Singleton, near Poulton-le-Fylde. When asked about the customer’s reactions to the windows, Sean said: “they were so happy with the way that the windows complemented the building, […]

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modern flush window new build

Flush Window Selected for Prestigious Development in The Cotswolds

Strict planning guidelines dominate any new building project in the more historic parts of the UK, so a project in the heart of the Cotswolds would be subject to the most stringent of restrictions. The higher-end developer of new-build homes, Lioncourt Homes, would be tested to source and specify a window that would meet the […]

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