Surrey based Wooden Windows

Windows come in many forms these days as technology has advanced in the building trades. The kinds of windows used when building houses were first carried out are infinitely more primitive and several aspects of making windows have improved.

Firstly glass is made on a much larger scale and so is much easier to obtain. It is also stronger, more resistant to extreme temperatures and light, and is often used with two panels at a time to produce ‘double glazing’ with the use of a vacuum between the two.

The benefits of double glazing are plentiful, with more heat kept in and cold kept out making fuel bill lower, as well as being a deterrent against crime and reducing noise pollution.

The frames are also more commonly PVC than before, which is now made in a range of ways in all shapes and sizes and many people prefer this more modern material.

However, as with everything, everyone has their own preferences and there are still those who like wooden windows. This can be particularly important for those that have period detail, or more traditional looking homes, or even those that just like to use more traditional or natural materials.

For this reason, there is still a surprisingly high demand for wooden windows Surrey wide, and we are pleased to offer a high standard of wooden windows of all kinds.

Having traditional wooden windows doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of other modern advances in window technology.

There are a large number of people that have double glazed wooden windows Surrey wide, and they still get the natural material that they want but with all the advantages that come with double glazing; reduced fuel bills, less noise inside and increased security for you and your home.

If you are interested in wooden windows but are not sure if you can still have the best of both worlds with double glazing and natural wood, then please contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.

Chartwell Wooden Windows, 20 September 2013.

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