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French windows are excellent for adding sunlight into your home. When closed, they appear like normal windows and when open they make your home feel spacious and light, ideal if you have fantastic views to look out upon.
With our friendly and professional service, which draws on two decades of experience in the window industry, you will be able to get the french windows of your dreams - windows that will perfectly complement the decor of your home.
Double glazing is an excellent option for your french windows as it helps to keep your home insulated and thus saves on your energy bills. We offer a superb selection of double glazing options that are suitable for french windows, such as panes with period style leading and glazing set in panels of clean and fresh white colours.
Tilt and turn windows are an ideal solution for security and fashion-conscious homeowners. These windows are designed to open in two ways, to allow you to control how much ventilation your home receives.
They also provide high-security solutions to your home so when you are not around you can be sure that your property is still very secure. By tilting the window at the top, the window allows air to ventilate into your home but fastens the frame to restrict access.
These windows are crafted in a wide selection of colours to meet the décor and style of your house. They are made with thermally efficient double glazing, providing a temperature stable, and a quieter environment.
To keep the windows looking their best, these windows also turn into the house, to allow for easy and safe cleaning. This turn facility allows the windows to be left completely open on hot days when the house is occupied.
Bay windows can make a dramatic statement to your home, especially when they match the décor, colour and style of your property. These windows can be designed to suit modern and period houses and can be made with a range of styles with leaded detail, timber effects and there are a variety of colours from which to choose.
To provide your house with better energy efficiency, these bay windows are made with A-rated double glazing. This provides better insulation for your windows, giving you cooler summers and warmer winters, and reduces your carbon footprint. The double glazing also gives added sound damping, allowing you to have a quieter room.
All our Bay windows are constructed with your security in mind. They are made with internal multi-point locking, to provide you with enhanced security, and they are designed to suit your home and the shape and style of your window bay.
Here at DT Fixing Services, we aim to offer the very best in terms of all types of windows we offer. Casement windows are a perfect choice if you want something that is secure, thermally efficient and aesthetically attractive. We use the finest materials and hire the most qualified workers to ensure that your new casement windows will fit neatly into your property. We know that you will have your own idea of what a casement window will suit your house or conservatory, and we will be willing to work with you so that you can choose the ideal window.
We provide casement windows in a wide range of different styles and materials, so we are confident that we will have something to suit every customer no matter what their personal taste or price range. We offer a top-of-the-line service at competitive prices, so you can be sure of finding a solution with us to suit your needs.
Suitable for older property styles, modern sash windows give the look and feel or a more traditional appearance, whilst keeping all the advantages of modern window installation, with energy-efficient properties, modern mechanisms and low maintenance solutions.
Simply add Georgian bars to create a more authentic traditional look to your home. Whether you are looking to create a timeless traditional style or something a little more modern, we have a wide range of choices to suit both your property, budget and window needs.
We are a FENSA APPROVED installer
What does this mean for you?
A fensa approved installer will ensure that:
- Complies with building regulations.
- Is engergy efficient.
- Registered with the local council.
When the job is done you will recieve a FENSA certificate. Proving that the job has been done correctly.