How to choose the best window design for your home

What window is best for a period property?

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Different homes require different window designs, and often it is a matter of taste and personal preference. A home with a traditional look will suit vertical sliding uPVC windows. This is a simple design which is versatile, coming in a range of different colours and finishes. This option can be more energy efficient than timber windows, but it allows the property to retain that much-loved traditional wooden heritage look.

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FlushSash uPVC windows are found in many period properties and they can solve the draughts normally associated with historic homes. The modern uPVC look is married to the traditional timber-frame window and it’s a good choice for homeowners to retain that all-important authentic look to the property.

Bow windows are usually fitted in contemporary homes. A stylish design, it has great aesthetic appeal, as well as sizeable internal ledges that can lend itself to a display area for ornaments. Similar to bow windows, bay windows add space and they let in natural light.

The best choice to keep children safe

Infinity Recycled uPVC windows are ethical, and stylish and are ideal for the eco-conscious homeowner. Or fully reversible uPVC windows could be the best choice. They can be locked in a variety of positions, and are ideal for those who like to benefit from ventilation.

Tilt and turn uPVC windows are an excellent choice for families, especially those with young children. Safety is key with these windows as it’s possible to have a lockable handle with a key, meaning children cannot open the window. They also enable time and money to be saved on window cleaning. This is due to the fact that the tilt mechanism allows the outside pane to be cleaned from inside the house.

A full range of these windows is available from According to Realtor, tilt and turn windows are becoming a popular choice for American families thanks to their functionality and style.

They can be opened on hot days when breezes are welcomed into the home, or they can be tilted to allow some fresh air to circulate. In addition, if you own pets that enjoy making an escape via open doors or windows, then the tilt and turn is the perfect solution.