Continental style Tilt/Turn windows are fitted with hinges that allow the sash to turn into the room from the side for ease of cleaning or tilt in from the top for controlled ventilation. Made-to-measure Tilt/Turns are fitted with high security multi-point perimeter locking with cams and bolts to guard against jemmy attack. The windows arrive fully factory finished in a choice of micro-porous paint or stains and are factory glazed with argon gas filled units comprising soft coat energy saving glass to give 1.1W/m2K U-value. Externally a colour matched drip bar conceals an in-built drainage system which discharges water efficiently and guards against leaks.
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Whether you are upgrading your original frames or restoring your home to its former glory, Mendes supply timber casement windows, sash windows and doors which will add value to your home. Combining British design with the World's leading window technologies, the result is a range of engineered timber products packed with innovation but entirely traditional in appearance.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to providing high quality products that not only look great but are engineered to provide a long life of problem free use. Mendes product quality is endorsed with robust guarantees that are second to none in the joinery industry.
High quality paint coatings, energy efficient glazing systems and anti-warp, anti-twist timber sections are just some of the features that are 'designed in' as standard throughout the range. Security comes as standard too. All glass is fitted from room side to prohibit would be intruders from gaining entry by removing the panes, whilst high security locking systems secure all opening windows and doors for complete peace of mind. Sustainability is at the heart of Mendes’ ethos. Only Timber sourced from FSC® certified forests in northern Europe is used in the manufacture of these products. Our supplier is also the first timber window manufacturer in the UK to achieve a British Fenestration Ratings Council (BRFC) energy rated window back in 2005