Offer: bmb flush casement windowsDate: 2017.12.11
BMB Flush casement windows, unlike storm-proof, have a sash that closes directly into the frame and therefore sits flush within the outer window frame. This design is evident in many period houses where the original windows still exist.
Now with the drive towards energy conservation the design of the flush casement has been modernized to make it much more energy efficient. This includes larger rebates to accommodate double glazing, drought sealing, and the use of high security multi-point locking hardware. As with all our windows the timber used is multi-layered engineered timber and as standard, the windows are double-glazed with an enhanced insulating glass which is filled with argon gas, resulting in a center pane U-value of under 1.2 W/m2K.
The windows are available with or without glazing bars and are available in standard sizes or can be made-to-measure. Detailed drawings to illustrate your exact requirements are available on request.
Posted by: Jens Nicolai