When you think of Yorkshire, what comes to mind? Is it the roads that guide you through the moors? Is it the variety of stunning architecture, from major cities to quaint villages? There’s a great deal more to Yorkshire than meets the eye. Aside from its history, its culture and the ever growing number of restaurants and shopping venues, Yorkshire’s residents also enjoy some of the nicest architecture in the land. Beautiful period homes give way to stunning features – from timber case windows and old oak doors, to exposed wood beams and timeless antique floors – and the trend is growing quickly.
If you’re lucky enough to live in a period home in Yorkshire, or have a semi modern build that you’re looking to inject with a bit of character or charm, then new timber casement windows could be just the kind of thing you need. You’ve no doubt seen old casement windows and property and thought they looked stunning – they can really complete a home from the outside and add a lot of charm on the inside – but did you realise how easy they were to install? If you pick the right company for the job you’ll also have a range of styles at your disposal as well as a whole host of features. You could enjoy:
- Flush casement windows for getting that perfect look – like they’ve always been there!
- Storm proof casement windows for giving you that extra peace of mind in adverse weather
- Traditional casement windows for maximising that characterful appearance
- Draught proof casement windows for keeping your home nice, warm and energy efficient
If you’ve already got timber casement windows at your property and are attracted to some of the features above, why not consider timber casement window refurbishment? Giving your windows a good old refresh isn’t expensive or time consuming, and if you pick the right team for the job you can even have them double glazed and draught proof, bringing them right into the modern day. It’ll keep the noise of any passers by or bustling traffic out as well as provide some great insulation – all the features of a modern uPVC window with all the charm of a traditional timber casement window.