IW Series Standard Wooden Window
|Typical Lifespan||30 years +|
|Lead Time||6-8 weeks|
|Best U-Value||0.8 W/m^2k|
|Finishes||Natural or Stained/Oiled Wood|
Hardwood - Oak, Meranti
Softwood - Larch, Spruce, Slow Grown Pine
Stains & Oils CLICK HERE FOR COLOURS
Painted Finishes - Any Colour
|Glazing||Double, Triple, Quad, Solar|
|Construction||6 Laminations of Timber|
Up to 4 Seals
Welded & Polished Material
|Maximum Sizes||Please Ask|
As is the norm in Germany, this window is inward-opening, tilt-turn only.
Our range of tilt and turn german wooden windows is something a bit special. The secret to the quality of all of our products is good materials. The IW series standard wooden window achieves outstanding durability – requiring a much lower schedule of maintenance than a traditional wooden window. Furthermore, the process of heat treating results in significantly improved thermal performance.
The IW series is our best selling wooden window. Presenting the option of a standard or flush finish, this standard wooden window features a nylon-coated rubber seal and a rain rail with a large antechamber. This highly engineered timber product is a very popular choice for both domestic and commercial projects.
Like many of our products, the IW series has an inward-opening tilt turn mechanism – designed for both 68mm and 78mm profiles. Optional features include security, performance and safety enhancements.
We offer the finest selection of styles with the possibility of many types of timber, Victorian and Georgian glazing bars.
Oak, meranti, walnut, eucalyptus, larch, slow grown softwood and spruce are all available. We also offer a massive range of stains and finishes to allow a very impressive range of natural finishes. In addition, if painted finishes are required then any RAL colour is achievable internally and externally. Our automotive style painting process then finishes the product in an exceptional way to deliver a wooden window that requires lower maintenance. Anodised windows are also possible for a unique finish.
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