You’ve probably not thought much about the sill or head height of your window until you started planning for your home improvements. In the UK you will find the vast majority of homes will position their sill height at roughly the same placement (variable by room type) and the top of their window (head) will be aligned to the top of their doorways (2040mm from floor). However this doesn’t need to be the case. In this article we will highlight the key considerations of increasing the window size in your room.
Energy efficiency is really important when selecting which windows to use in your extension or new build project as they can make a huge impact on how much heat is retained in your property. The importance of reducing our carbon footprint is evident everywhere, and one of the most dramatic differences you can make is ensuring your property is properly insulated. In this article, we give you a guide so that you can understand how to choose the best energy efficient option for your home.
Window frames come in a good selection of materials, each with their unique set of attributes that impact it’s performance. The energy efficiency and architectural design of our homes is greatly affected by windows, however the cost of windows varies depending on the frame material and window style. In this article we will look to discuss the advantages & disadvantages of the most common window frame materials so that you can weigh up your choices easily.
If your architectural team has been asking which windows you would like and you have no idea where to start, then this article is for you. We give you a quick rundown of the most popular window styles in the UK.