Bring class to your Sidcup, Dartford and Kent home with stylish French casement windows. Designed without a central column for sleek aesthetics and maximum practicality, these windows can be priced up for free using our online quoting engine.
Our uPVC French casement windows feature a flying mullion that allows for enhanced ventilation with increased views. This means that they promise a brighter, more comfortable room.
You can visit our showroom if you’re local to Sidcup. We have stunning French casement windows on show for you to look at. We can advise you as to which window is best for your home.
Our French casement windows are incredibly low maintenance due to the inherent qualities of uPVC. This means that they promise to maintain their appearance without any hassle.
Affix Windows supply and install uPVC French casement windows as an exquisite style window to homeowners in Sidcup, Blackfen, Dartford, Bexleyheath, Welling, Bromley, Chislehurst, the surrounding areas of Kent and London.
Exuding a pristine aesthetic, our French casement windows are an ideal solution to bring elegant flair to your home. Combine a beautiful appearance with high performing features to offer you more for your money. There’s no reason to settle for less.
Capturing the very best in performance and appearance, our casement windows use the outstanding uPVC profile from REHAU and Profile 22. This design specialises in offering you more for your money, including exceptional degrees of thermal efficiency and soundproofing.
The flying mullion, unique to the French casement windows design, also offers a practical advantage. By removing the need for a permanent fixture, these windows provide a vast space when opened, which allows them to be used in all habitable rooms.
Offering Windows Energy Ratings of ‘A-C’, our French casement windows in Sidcup & Kent feature an exceptional weather gasket. This means your property will achieve a much higher degree of heat retention, enhancing the performance of your central heating and reducing your heating bills.
The EPDM gasket is a high-performance weatherseal that is high quality by design. This gasket resists ageing and weathering to your new French casement windows, allowing you to enjoy them for longer.
By combining high security locking mechanisms with premium grade uPVC, our windows allow you to enjoy peace of mind with style. Offering inherent robustness, these windows promise to deter would-be intruders, keeping you, your family and your property safe.
Ensuring you only get the best for your home, all of our French casement windows can meet the incredibly impressive Secured by Design standards. This means that they are in full compliance with BS7950 and have reached the demands of meticulous ‘Enhance Resistance’ testing.
To make things easy for you, we offer a wide range of colours and styles for you to choose from. We want you to enjoy more than the performance of our French windows, allowing them to become a stunning addition to your Dartford property.
If you’re looking for a more traditional look, we also offer a wide range of woodgrain laminates that allow you to outfit your French Casement windows. This is the perfect solution to bring a classic charm to any home.
Use our online quoting tool today to start your quote for uPVC French casement windows in Kent. Located in Blackfen, we operate closely to Sidcup, Dartford, Bexleyheath and Welling, but we do cover a broader area.
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This style option allows you to tailor your window glazing to create a personal finish for your home. This is achieved by inserting a shaped bar in between the glass panes.
Similar to Georgian bars but offers a more traditional finish by planting shaped bars on top of the glass panes thus creating depth to the design and the look of individual glass units.
Our Mock Horn feature enhances the aesthetics of your windows and adds a heritage by replicating the appearance of a traditional vertical sliding sash window.