Stylish and Practical Replacement Windows in Sutton
We supply and install replacement windows in a huge variety of styles and finishes for customers in Sutton and the surrounding Surrey area. Whether you need uPVC windows as a reliable, inexpensive option or a set of sash windows to complement your period home, we can supply you perfect solutions at exactly the right price.
We are double glazing specialists and our company has already undertaken many successful installations within a wide radius of our Sutton showroom. Generation Windows have satisfied customers in Epsom, Wimbledon, Kingston and all major Surrey locations.
Tilt and Turn Replacement Windows
The Generation Windows ‘Tilt and Turn’ range provides you with security and an abundance of natural light for lovely, open views. Replacement windows with these mechanisms allow you to use the tilt function and to ventilate your room securely without letting anyone see inside or allowing them to gain forced entry into your Sutton home.
Alternatively, you can use the traditional swing functionality to allow for easy cleaning and to let more light or air into your room. These replacement windows also include tilt restrictors and multi-point locking systems to provide maximum security.
‘Tilt and Turn’ replacement windows are incredibly easy to operate. A quarter-turn of the handle is all that is needed to use the tilt action while a half-turn of the handle allows for the inwards swing. Talk to Generation Windows today to find out if these innovative products might be the best choice for your Sutton or Surrey property.
Casement Windows for Weather-Resistant Performance
Despite dating back to the 16th century, casement windows are one of the most common options available today. This is perhaps unsurprising if you consider that they are an affordable, cost-effective option for maximising external air intake into your home.
Thanks to the angular hinge design, casement replacement windows are able to open wider than almost any other type of product. They also have an extraordinary ability to act as 'wind funnels', allowing you to catch cooling side-breezes in the summer months.
This is a useful way of bringing in air from outside when there isn’t much space between your house and the one next door. Combine uPVC windows with a casement style for a truly cost-effective option. This is a great way for clients in Sutton, Wimbledon, Epsom and Kingston to bring classic and contemporary styling together.
Casement replacement windows are second only to fixed windows in terms of weather-tightness because of the way in which the seal meets the casement sash directly. If you choose this option, you can take advantage of air and watertight characteristics which also maximise thermal efficiency.
If you are going for the traditional or classic look, then Generation Sash windows could be the perfect choice for your Sutton property. These windows operate using one or more movable panels which typically slide up and down.
These panels are known as 'sashes'. The sash window has remained popular throughout its 300-year history. Our sash windows merge modern security and styling to offer the customer classic design and simplicity but with all of the undesirable elements removed.
Double glazing is an effective way of improving thermal and noise insulation around your Sutton or Surrey home. This option provides you with more peace and helps to warm a property in winter but also keeps it cooler in summer. Double glazing also reduces the cost of your energy bills and increases security.
We fit all of our double glazing replacement windows with unique Homeguard™ locks and handles, which not only adhere to British Safety regulations but are arguably the most ergonomically-designed products of their kind on the market.
All double glazing, triple glazing and secondary glazing is created from the inside using removable beads to help keep the frames perfectly in place. Design flexibility ensures our products will always blend in well with existing themes at your Sutton property.
Secondary glazing is ideal for use on historical buildings and conservation areas where the use of double glazing is prohibited. Secondary glazing involves the installation of an extra pane of glass on the inside of an existing single-glazed window. Just like double-glazing windows, secondary glazing increases insulation performance and reduces noise but can still maintain the traditional look of single-glazed windows.
Because we use a simple process which involves the installation of a slim-fitting pane to your existing window, secondary glazing is also cost-effective. This means that it can be used on new builds and that it is in no way exclusive for use on listed buildings.
By adding an extra pane of glass to your window, the noise and thermal properties of triple glazing should improve upon those of double glazing. For this reason, triple glazing is a popular choice in continents prone to particularly cold winters such as Scandinavia.
To get the best return on investment, we recommend using triple glazing on small to medium-sized windows over a large area.
However, we would usually recommend double glazing for smaller jobs or on period buildings. Double glazing or secondary glazing would be better options because they don’t the heavy frames associated with triple glazing. We can advise you on the best possible choice for your Sutton, Wimbledon, Kingston or Epsom property.