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Hi has anyone got any recommendations for some nice casement windows, it?s for a 1930s house so not Sash Windows, I know there are lots of recommendations for sash windows but I can?t find any for casement.

I spoke to Bespoke Windows who?s aren?t doing them at present,(before everyone recommends them.

Current ones are wooden but interested in modern wooden or composite ones.

Thanks.

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Hi has anyone got any recommendations for some nice casement windows, it?s for a 1930s house so not Sash Windows, I know there are lots of recommendations for sash windows but I can?t find any for casement.

I spoke to Bespoke Windows who?s aren?t doing them at present,(before everyone recommends them.

Current ones are wooden but interested in modern wooden or composite ones.

Thanks.

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The places on FH Road will be pricey. No point in recommending Oak Joinery in Lee who I used as it has now been turned into flats. Shame. There is another place up by Hither Green, Staplehurst Road, down a small alley. Couldn't find it on Google, but three joiners came up on the south Circular from Forest Hill eastwards. I will pass by sometime and get the phone number.


Two suggestions - definitely go hardwood, I'm fed up with repairing and repainting the softwood replacements from 20 odd years ago. The hardwood one is 12 years old and still on its first coat of paint. And you can go for thin unit double glazing as this looks like the original single glazing, but of course has the sound and heat insulation.

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