An affordable solution to improve the look of your home
Each window style from us here at Viking Conservatories offers many features that can help improve your thermal insulation and home security to make sure that your home feels like home.
Our windows are stylish and can help give a personal touch to your property, with finishes available in a range of bespoke colours to suit all building types. We ensure that we use the very best window designs, saving time on installation, keeping your disruption kept to a minimum.
Offering excellent versatility in both classic and contemporary styles, the casement window allows maximum light to enter the room. The classic style is available in a wide range of styles including arched tops, coloured or bevelled glass and a range of colours and finishes to personalise your windows.
Flush Sash Windows
Flush sash windows are sleek, thermally efficient and provide a classic traditional window, benefiting from modern thermal insulation techniques. The inside of the windows boasts a beautiful wood grain effect that can be factory fitted for a classic timber facade or a flat foil can be fitted with a modern style.
Due to planning or environment restrictions, property owners can find it to be extremely difficult and frustrating to have PVC windows installed. Flush sash windows are an excellent way to win over any planning restrictions.
Tilt & Turn Windows
With the ability to open up your windows and let the fresh air breeze through your property, tilt and turn windows provide ventilation whilst remaining secure. Providing an excellent scope to open up compared to a standard, traditional window, tilt and turn windows also provide an increase in thermal installation due to the large glass panes.
The look can be completed with an Astragal or Georgian bar, combined with the choice of a range of finishes and colours.
Box Sash Windows
Box sash windows are made of movable panels, also known as sashes. The glass panels slide over the other creating an opening in the window. This is usually done in a vertical fashion, however horizontal box sash windows are also available. A traditional box sash window is made up of several smaller panels to make up the window. The box sash window is a timeless classic, dating back centuries with it remaining just as popular today.
Bi-Fold windows are becoming increasingly popular for conservatory and orangery installations, as well as being used as windows within the commercial sector. In the warmer months, bi-fold windows can be opened up to give more of an outdoor feel with increased ventilation, whilst remaining secure and child-friendly.
Bay or Bow Windows
Available in many different styles, colours, glazing designs and handles, bay or bow windows offer a great range of features. Used as an excellent way to bring more light into your home, a bow or bay window makes use of a standard or sash window to form a collection of ‘smaller windows’.
Aluminium Bi-Fold Windows
Aluminium Bi-Fold windows can be opened up in the summer to create a seamless transition between your house and garden. Additionally, opening up your windows increases airflow throughout your home, cooling the temperature of your home during the summer months. Aluminium Bi-Fold windows help create a bright and styling home for the future.