Casement bays are particularly difficult to measure and often require a skilled surveyor for precise measurement and angle taking, to provide an accurate quote.
Casement Bay Windows
In this Richmond property, adjacent to the first floor casement bay, is some superb stained glass work in the existing casement window. Both this window and the original sashes look striking in black. Sashed were asked to create casement bays which would maintain the strong aesthetic of the property. Black frames with white sashes continue the monochromatic colour scheme on the facade. The customer chose to replace their windows with Accoya, which comes with a 50 year rot & anti-fungal warranty, and has a five-star rating for it’s thermal performance over time.
- Windows: Two bays with black Flush-frame casement windows, to create continuity with the striking, original sashes in the property.
- Glazing: 24mm (4/16/4) Argon filled, double glazing.
- Style: Modern profile flush-frame casement windows, with sides and the central top sash opening.
- Finish: Windows were manufactured in Accoya and spray-painted to factory finish with White RAL 9016 on both the exterior and interior sashes and Black RAL 9005 on the exterior frame. The windows were then furnished with brass monkey tails.
Front elevation showcasing flush framed casement bays
Interior of casement bays