The opening window sits “flush” with the surrounding frame, giving a clean and elegant look to each window.
Popular prior to the 1950s, you’ll find them in many period properties and especially country cottages. But they’re also making a comeback in new homes.
We fit bespoke traditional flush casement windows and contemporary flush casement windows.
The traditional versions come with Ovolo or bevelled internal mouldings, and a selection of lead or glazing bar options. There’s also a choice of ironmongery accessories, meaning you’ll be able to create the perfect look for your home.
The contemporary flush windows have a cleaner style. The internal moulding has a square profile and the stainless-steel ironmongery includes a high-security multi-point lock.
We also offer PVCu flush casement windows for those looking to have the appearance and appeal of timber without the need for maintenance.
From the blog
Like-for-like window replacement in Aldeburgh
This Edwardian home boasts lovely period details, but sadly the old windows were single glazed, very draughty, noisy and dilapidated.The choice of our slim traditional timber box sashes, in a white painted finish, were made to remain in keeping with the properties period features.The homeowners shared our passion to keep the integrity of the Edwardian…
Timber windows and doors restore original character in Norfolk farmhouse
“Having grown up in the house, I saw the original windows being replaced with aluminium frames in the 1970’s. I’ve always wanted to change them back to the original style so when the time was right I started searching online and found ‘The Burgess Group’.I visited the showroom in Bury St Edmunds and was very…
Notcutts Garden Centre
Suffolk IP12 4AF
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Once you’ve tried out our superior quality windows and doors, you’ll understand why we’re so passionate about our range.