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bespoke wooden
WINDOWS

Wooden windows are available in a huge variety of designs, sizes and styles. Whether you are looking for a standard or bespoke design your windows will be produced to your exact specifications.

This involves selecting the type of glass, type of opening, fittings and your preferred finish. The choice can seem daunting however we can guide you through the whole process and offer as much, or as little, advice as you require to help you to define your specification.

All window designs are available in a complete range of colours and finishes including; natural wood with a Danish Oiled finish, hand painted or a full factory finish where we can closely match any colour of your choice. Moreover, micro-porous paints now offer a guaranteed, long-lasting and relatively maintenance free finish.

Below you can read more about just a few of the different window styles available. Our image gallery shows examples of some of the windows that we have supplied, installed or worked on and illustrate the quality of product and workmanship that you can expect from Wessex Joinery.

different types of windows

Box Sash Windows

Box Sash windows are common in period and listed properties, as well as newer properties looking to convey the classic Georgian or Victorian style.

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Casement Windows

Casement and awning windows are the most popular window styles in modern houses. The many combinations of side hinged casements, top hinged awnings and fixed panes that are available enable you to create the style and functionality that meets your requirements.

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Bay Windows

Bay windows are composed of a number of casement or sash windows that are joined together to form a bay. Not only visually appealing, a bay window increases the perceived size of a room, gives you extended panoramic views and markedly increases the flow of light through a room.

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Windows in Historic Buildings

Our in-depth understanding of some of the complex issues associated with working on listed buildings allows us to provide useful, appropriate advice as well as carry out restoration and repairs in line with requirements.

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“Stephen listened carefully to what we wanted to achieve. He brought wood samples to help us match our new bookcase with other furniture in the room and talked through our different options. Stephen communicated clearly with us throughout the process and we were delighted with the end product. ”

Mary Mabin - Long Ashton