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Timber windows case study - Exeter

The original Crittall steel windows and timber sub-frames were beyond repair and in a very poor state on this project. They were cold, warped and the timber sub-frames had rotten.


With fantastic views across the countryside, we were asked to install new hardwood windows...

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Hardwood windows / timber windows, hand-made to your exact requirements.

  • Outward opening

  • Top hung opening

  • Side hung opening

  • Dummy sashes

  • Easy clean hinges

  • Fire egress hinges

Oak double glazed windows Exeter


Double-glazed sash windows Exeter Hardwood tilt & turn windows Exeter

Sliding sash

Tilt and turn

  • Inward opening

  • Bottom pivoting

  • Excellent fire egress

  • Easy to clean

  • Traditional sash horns

  • Inward tilting sashes

  • Safety tilt restrictors

  • Key locking

  • Brush lined sashes

Timber windows

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We supply and install hardwood timber double-glazed windows throughout Exmouth, Exeter, Sidmouth and Devon. Nothing beats the charm and character of wood, timber double-glazing.


Our double-glazed wooden windows are manufactured from high quality, seasoned and treated hardwoods (from fully sustainable resources). Popular hardwoods are Sapele, Idigbo, Iroko and Oak. A wide choice of finishes are available including natural stains and dual colour RAL finishes. Windows are factory finished with 3 coats of micro-porous woodstain, so no initial decoraton is required after installation.


Many window styles are available including stormproof sashes and flush hung casements. A wide range of glazing options including Georgian bars, stained glass, obscure glass and leaded lights can be provided.


Windows can incorporate high security, insurance approved mulitpoint locking systems or traditional fasteners and stays.