Your choice of replacement window should be influenced by your house type, practical requirements, and individual taste.
Windows are generally a once-in-a-lifetime purchase, so you want windows that meet one’s needs in every aspect.
The casement window is an enduring classic, offering an outward opening with being hinged on the side, which simplifies cleaning its contemporary aesthetic.
Flush windows are amazingly sleek and minimalist and have a look that can effortlessly blend into a home’s exterior.
Tilt & Turn windows are the most versatile style of the lot, capable of being open inwardly for straightforward cleaning and tilted for measured ventilation.
Bay & Bow windows add great depth to the inside of homes, a bay window doing so with its outward protrusion, against the gentle curvature of a bow window.
Most typically chosen for period and traditional properties, cottage windows are classically designed and great for preserving the original looks of long-standing homes.
A sliding sash window has a vertical sliding facility that moves up and down so flawlessly. It’s a window style commonly found in historic homes.
Choose our slim frame windows if you want the most unobstructive sightlines to enhance your view from the indoors and capture more light internally.
Speak to our professional design experts at West Yorkshire Windows if you need an informed opinion on what style will be best.