Tagged: timber windows
Throughout the 20th Century, timber window frames earned something of a bad reputation in terms of performance. Their unpopularity is a shame because timber is not only an attractive choice...
Designed to be a functional part of a window that lets air circulate through your home, according to Building Regulations, trickle vents come highly recommended. Unfortunately, there’s no hiding the...
Don’t compromise on the finish and performance of your property with old, tired looking windows. Replace them with the latest products on the market and give your home an instant...
There is a popular misperception that solid hardwood is the best product available for external joinery. It’s not. The two things you need from timber joinery are stability and durability.
There's a lot more to a property's windows than meets the eye. Find out 5 interesting facts about glass windows and how they came to be what they are today.
What do we know about casement windows? And why might self-builders or homeowners choose casement windows for a property?
What do we know about sash windows? And why might self-builders or homeowners choose sash windows for a property?
In our latest guest blog post, Peak Acoustics share some practical steps to help prevent outdoor noise entering a building and causing a disturbance.
October is National Security Month. Follow our tips to make sure your property remains secure and protected all year round.
Westbury Joinery desires to manufacture the highest quality products that encompass the best technical and energy saving features with a traditional British heritage appearance.