Choosing new windows can be a complex process. Island Windows can help you make the process easier and facilitate improving your home much easier.
We provide beautiful bespoke windows designed to suit your home and your needs.
Casement windows are hinged at the side and swing outward.
Casement windows are one of the most popular styles in the UK for a number of reasons. They are reliable, durable, energy-efficient, and extremely customisable to suit a variety of styles and budgets.
There are a lot more window styles to choose from than most people think. Casement windows offer a wide range of styles and colours to suit your home
Customisable to suit a variety of styles and budgets.
Reliable, durable, energy-efficient.
Victorian Sliding Sash Windows
Sliding Sash windows are typically found in more traditional-style homes.
Victorian Sliding sash windows are the perfect solution for new window projects, or traditional properties looking for a cost-effective alternative to original timber windows with outstanding modern performance.
More benifits of sliding sash windows
With a Victorian sliding sash window, you can slide open the top sash, bottom sash or both to allow air to flow into and out of your home. With the built-in tilt function you can easily access the outside of your windows for cleaning on higher level windows
Victorian Sliding sash windows are designed with security in mind. They are manufactured with an extruded anti-jemmy bar in the cill making them extremely secure. They also come with toughened glass, key-operated locks and travel restrictors, as standard, for extra peace of mind.
The combination of naturally-insulating PVCu profile with modern double-glazed units means exceptional thermal performance. Every ECOSlide window has a BFRC energy rating of ‘A+’,
Bay & Bow Windows
Stunning windows design to give your home a unique look
Bay windows consist of a picture window at the centre with two different windows on both sides. A bow window uses the same style of window in each section, and the whole structure is rounded. You'll see that bay windows have hard-angled sections.
The differences between Bay & Bow Windows?
A bay window generally has a solid base that forms the shape of the bay, usually available in angled or square projections. A bow window is usually installed in to a flat aperture and supported by gallows brackets in the center.
Both a Bay & Bow Window will open up a room and let it breathe, giving the appearance of more space and letting in more light while adding a splash of glamour to your home.
Bay windows extend farther from the wall out into the exterior space, adding a bit more floor space on the interior.
Picture windows are generally made from one large glazed pane with minimal framing or frameless.
A picture window is a large window that does not open up. It offers a clear and uninterrupted view of the outside environment. It is basically the framework for the view you have available.
Picture Windows are the perfect way to show off your landscaping or outdoor scenery. Picture windows let in plenty of natural light, making your home seem brighter and more appealing.
A picture window can take up a large amount of wall space in your home, which instantly makes any room seem larger.
Because Picture Windows are so minimal in design, picture windows are suited to both traditional and contemporary properties
Custom & Speciality
Custom and speciality windows are specifically designed to fit a unique style.
If you need high-quality bespoke or speciality windows to suit the style of your home or business, Island Windows can provide it.
For every style of building, from contemporary to traditional.
There is a suitable bespoke design, for every budget.
There is a stylish option delivering timeless modern designs.
Tilt and Turn
Tilt and turn windows offer a practical and modern dimension to homes.
While most windows open outwards, tilt and turn windows open inwards for increased safety, ventilation and easier upkeep. The tilting vent position is also considered by many to be a very attractive option.
Why Tilt and Turn?
The biggest advantage of tilt and turn windows is that they offer flexibility when it comes to ventilation. You don’t need to have the window fully open to let air into your home, you can simply open it slightly by tilting it.
Tilt and Turn windows are safe because you can tilt the windows inward just a small amount, this feature is particularly suitable for family homes with small children.
Tilt and turn windows are particularly good for large window spaces as they too provide an unobstructed view and high levels of natural light into a room.