Window Types To Suit Your Home

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Changing your window style can enhance your home to no end, covering both practicality and style. At A&D Joinery we believe your home is your castle, we have a range of windows to perfect your home and show your personality, even on the outside. 

Casement Windows

Casement windows are the most versatile when it comes to designs. It’s no surprise they’re so popular! With their slim profile and structuring, chunky windows are a thing of the past, leaving a sleek and stylish design. A&D Joinery uses Optima casements, meaning every style you can think of is available to match your home.

Tilt and Turn 

Perfect for the modern home, tilt and turn windows provide a whole new range of accessibility to ventilate and open up your home. The inward tilt feature means that your home is safe and secure, meaning you don’t have to worry about any potential robberies and any mishaps that may be caused by children. 

Top Rounded 

Top Rounded (A.k.a Arched windows) are a timeless style. Popular in modern homes they can add a contract to the straight contours of your room and other rectangular windows. Adding softness to both the interior and exterior of your home, Top Rounded windows can be incorporated to add character and authenticity to your home, no matter the age and styling. 

Bay and Bow 

Another timeless style, Bay and Bow windows would make a delightful addition to your home. The style can make your room a feature with its multiple edges, perhaps even creating a seated area for reading. They also optimise your view, perfect for looking out over your garden. 

Your style doesn’t have to end with window type either! Finishing touches like accessories, colour and finishes can also affect the overall aesthetic of your windows. We have you covered whatever your preference. If you’re still undecided, talk to one of our professionals who will guide you through the process.

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