How To Find Out What Windows I Have?
At Coral, we have installed a variety of windows in Bradford and its surrounding areas. Focusing on fast lead times, we ensure our customers get an installation with which they are happy.
You might be wondering what window is in your home. To make things easier, we have come up with a definitive guide that helps you identify its style. Read on to find out more.
A casement window is one of the easiest window styles to spot. They are defined as a window panel that opens outwards, regardless of whether they are side or top-hung. This will give scope for many customisation options.
Casement windows are popular and can be suited for any purpose, from a bedroom to a living room. They are designed as fixed panels or wider bow and bay panels that face away from your home.
A casement window is a timeless and elegant design, which gives you plenty of options in your home. The designs give you fantastic thermal efficiency and weatherproofing, so your home stays warmer in the long term. The casement windows are available in a wide range of colours such as Chartwell Green and Anthracite Grey, helping you create a unique style. Customise it further by choosing glass options that boost your privacy.
Bow and Bay Windows
A bow and bay window is a window style that can transform your home straight away. They are unlike any window in our range as they protrude outwards on the front of your home. As a result, you will get plenty of natural light and fantastic sightlines.
To tell a bow and bay window apart, it’s helpful to know that they are different variations of the same idea. Bow windows use plenty of glazing in a curved design, adding a traditional feel to your home. The designs are, however, at the cutting edge of modern performance as they will bring in more light and slim sightlines. You will get outstanding views
Bay windows on the other hand are all about angles. This results in separation between the glass panels, exuding more strength. Whichever design you choose, your living space will be enhanced.
Sliding Sash Windows
Another easily identifiable style is our elegant sliding sash windows. These are often seen in homes that bring a traditional character to a modern home. Our sash windows slide up vertically, resulting in a smooth operation. A security bar is one of the stand out features of this window as it protects you from modern burglary techniques.
A sliding sash window includes a Georgian bar which adds a classic design for your home. Sash windows sit flush within the frame, blocking out cold air and providing you with extra natural light. These bring an eye catching design to your home.
Tilt and Turn Windows
We offer tilt and turn windows for your home. They open in unique ways to suit your needs. Tilt them inward from the bottom, which gives you plenty of fresh air, or open them fully for extra light. This versatile window can be fitted into large and smaller spaces without exposing your home.
The distinctive tilting mechanism enhances your security as it stays locked in the frame. This results in constant security against intruders. What’s more, they will protect you from the worst weather conditions as the uPVC frames are fully weatherproof. Their windows are below maintenance, with the frames only needing to be wiped down a few times a year.
Our frames are available in stylistic colours and glass options. This boosts your privacy, keeping you safe for years.
Similarly, our Georgian windows are one of the oldest styles on the market. You might see them in a traditional home, or add a timeless and classic charm to a modern property. Their distinctive style is bolstered by their six panel grid design where the glass is fitted flush into the frame.
What’s more, a Georgian window will incorporate a sliding sash and tilt and turn opening into their design. Bring a touch of elegance into your design when you choose this window.
These windows offer fantastic levels of thermal efficiency and slim sightlines, giving you stunning views. And, customise your windows even more when you choose our range of glazing options.
We hope that this article has helped you identify and understand what window you have. At Coral, we have plenty of windows that enhance your design.
If you’d like to learn more about our windows, don’t hesitate to reach out and speak to our friendly team. Book a free appointment with us or request a free quote with us today. We look forward to helping you.