Alternative to Timber Windows, Cambridgeshire
Flush 100 - Luxurious flush casement 'Alternative to Timber' windows from Excelsior Windows & Conservatories
Timber Alternative Windows from Excelsior Windows & Conservatories will soon be supplied Timberweld® a unique method of joining PVCU windows together. The result is a perfect “wooden, butt-joint” effect finish.
Low Maintenance, No Rotting, Painting or Staining
A fantastic advantage of the ‘Choices’ Flush 100 'Alternative to Timber' Windows, is that they do not need the same level of attention as real wooden windows. So you can wave goodbye to thoughts of high maintenance associated with keeping traditional wooden windows in tip top condition!
A plethora of features to suit your needs
In addition to having the look of luxury, the nine-chambered profile can accommodate 44mm triple glazing, which means that the windows have an envious energy rating.
Whatever your needs, you can be sure that they will be met with a Flush 100 window. From flush fitting sashes, transom bars, to woodgrain effect colours and a wide range of handles, you'll be spoilt for choice. And with options available in both traditional and contemporary styles, they'll be something for everyone.
Advanced glass technology
We're also proud to be able to say that our high tech glass technology means we can make the most of increased energy efficiency, resulting in higher levels of insulation.
Excelsior Windows & Conservatories also provide UPVC windows with enhanced glazing options, to reduce noise pollution - meaning a quieter home for you.
Perfectly welded corners with no gaps for a butt-joint effect
Timberweld® is a unique, patented method of joining PVCU windows together.
The result is a perfect “wooden, butt-joint”, as if it were a mortice and tenon joint, what’s more, the effect is visible on both the outside and inside faces of the window. Rather than seeing nasty diagonal weld lines or corner grooves (a dead give away that they are plastic windows) leading manufactures have adopted our unique method of joining corners.
Handles and Stays
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