We spent a lot of time sourcing the timber window range we offer here at Thames Valley Windows. We always look for the suppliers, who provide the same attention to detail as we do when working on our properties and houses in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire. That is why we have full confidence and pride in the high-quality wooden timber windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire that we offer here at Thames Valley Windows.
The wooden timber windows we offer in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire are entirely customised and come in oak, hardwood and European redwood varieties. All our timber window frames are carefully prepared, we have made use of effective manufacturing methods commonly used in continental Europe to ensure a perfect finish is achieved. This method enables the timber wood products we produce to withstand adverse weather conditions. While the profiles and styles we use are entirely British, ensuring that homes can maintain their traditional curb appeal.
We offer timber sections with multiple layers that are produced to provide the optimal level of resistance against the common issues of warping and twisting when working with timber. To ensure the highest level of specification for wooden windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire, we only use defect and knot-free wood. See our blog ‘What is the Difference Between Solid Timber and Engineered Timber?‘
The glazed wooden timber windows units we offer in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire, we’re pleased to say, are two times more effective than those currently available from before 2002. Some of the many innovations we have incorporated as a standard of our range of wooden timber windows include advanced perimeter locking systems, high-performance stains and paints that offer the best protection possible while reducing the amount of maintenance required and drainage systems that are concealed to prevent the sealed unit from failing.
We also provide triple glazed wooden timber windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire for better acoustic and thermal insulation and with the police-approved ‘secure by design’ safety mechanisms.
We appreciate and fully recognise, at Thames Valley Windows, that it’s our responsibility towards the promotion and maintenance of sustainability with regards to the materials we use to help the environment. We choose timber so we are making a choice that will help combat against changes to our climate.
Furthermore, all the timber we use in our doors and windows here at Thames Valley Windows is harvested and then replaced with many more trees, to help with what is known as the carbon sink effect for our forest areas. We can also provide our wooden timber windows with the full PEFC certification if required.
We have the skills, experience and know-how to replicate any wooden timber windows period or style in both Storm and Flush casements along with a full variety of sliding sash windows featuring spiral balances or weights and cords. You will also find we offer a wide range of timber doors, including sliding doors, bi-folding doors, French doors and standard entrance/front doors. These matches perfectly with the windows options we offer in this range.
As well as our standard range of options and finishes we can also supply the full timber replacement range in any RAL, stain or colour. We also provide the full Farrow & Ball and Dulux Heritage ranges.
As our wooden timber windows are custom made to meet your own needs and style preferences and what suits your property best. We can’t give you an accurate quote without seeing your home or speaking to you. We can offer the following promises:
If you are interested in the wooden timber windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire, we have to offer here at Thames Valley Windows, contact us today to see how we can help you transform your home and give it a new lease of life.an help you design and create an ultra-modern and stylish open-plan living space.
You may also be interested in reading our blogs, ‘What is the Benefit of a Factory Finished Timber Window?‘ and ‘What is the Difference Between Solid Timber and Engineered Timber Windows?‘