All of our timber products are manufactured using engineered timber – softwood, hardwood or oak. The technique of engineering multiple sections of timber, arranging them so the direction of the grain goes in different directions ensures that a rigid timber is created. Ideal for solid windows, French doors and bifold doors as there is no warping or twisting, guaranteeing a perfectly fitting door for years to come.

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Accreditation

BM TRADA Q-MARK – Certification that a manufacturer has undergone an independent appraisal to confirm their compliance with the performance aspects of a specification.

Secured by design – This means the doors ability to withstand intruders breaking in has been tested and meets a police preferred specification.

CE – This is the manufacturer’s declaration that the product meets requirements of the applicable EC directives.

FSC – this is an independent, non-governmental, not for profit organisation established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests.

Thermal efficiency

When considering thermal performance issues, timber, a naturally insulating material, makes for an excellent choice. Air pockets within timber’s structure create a natural barrier to heat and cold. Of all the timber options in construction, lightweight timber (softwood) is the better insulator overall as thermal conductivity increases with density. In short, timber is an outstanding natural insulator and will warm a room not only thermally, but also with its beautiful warm grains.
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Lead time

All of our timber products are made to order in Europe, lead times can vary from 6-8 weeks.

Security features

Our timber windows, as standard are factory glazed with laminated double glazing, this means that each double glazed unit is made up of glass that has two panes laminated for additional strength and safety.
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