As a window solution that is very different to any other choice on the home improvement market, hardwood windows provide a luxurious, modern and highly original solution. Whilst slightly more expensive than traditional uPVC, composite or aluminium frames, hardwood windows are designed to last, and come in a broader range of styles, finishes and colours.
As a first class choice for country homes and villages cottages, we’ve fitted a variety of different hardwood window systems for homes throughout Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and beyond. What’s more, because each of our hardwood windows are made to measure and fitted to your exact requirements, you can rest assured that your new windows will be perfect for your property.
OUR TIMBER WINDOW TYPES
At Martindale Windows, we believe it’s essential that you have a choice of timber window solutions from the leading suppliers within the fenestration industry. It’s for this reason that we supply 3 stunning window options from the experts at Dempsey Dyer to ensure the very best specification every time.
TIMBER FLUSH SASH WINDOWS
Retaining the original design of timber windows, our flush sash casement windows provide an appealing aesthetic that perfectly blends in with any home.
TIMBER SLIDING SASH WINDOWS
With the same features and effectiveness of our traditional timber stormproof casement windows, these resemble traditional sliding sash windows without a movable pane.
TIMBER STORMPROOF WINDOWS
Our standard timber casement windows, these are perfectly designed for homes in more challenging environments. These windows have an attractive exterior while still weatherproofing the home.
GET A QUOTE
We offer a no obligation quotation and design survey on all Window enquiries to help you get a better understanding of the cost and installation time required to get the perfect Windows for your home.
TIMBER WINDOW BROCHURES
Get some ideas and inspiration for your new Timber Windows with help from Martindale Window’s detailed brochure. Click on the item below to download your copy today!