Replacement Windows in Banstead, Dorking and the Surrounding Areas
At Generation Windows, we supply and install replacement windows in a huge variety of styles and finishes. Based at a showroom in Sutton, our company welcomes enquiries from customers in the surrounding South London, Surrey and South East areas. Whether you need tilt-and-turn uPVC windows with double glazing for a modern property or a set of sash windows for a period home, we supply you with perfect solutions at exactly the right price.
Individual locations covered by the team at Generation Windows include Banstead, Dorking, Epsom, Esher, Kingston, Leatherhead, Wandsworth and Wimbledon but these are obviously just a small representation of the local and regional reach we offer to our valued customers.
We specialise in double glazing and our company installs replacement windows with the highest U-values and R-values. These ratings apply on our range of aluminium, timber and uPVC windows because we fit them all with double glazing or, at the customer’s request, with triple glazing. Our products are extremely efficient, help to keep warmth inside the home, shut out noise from the outside world and reduce the annual cost of utility bills.
Visit our showroom in Sutton to see our range of replacement windows on display. We also provide a brief analysis on our most popular aluminium, timber and uPVC windows below.
The tilt-and-turn’ range of replacement windows provides your home with security and an abundance of natural light for lovely, open views. Windows with these mechanisms allow you to use a tilt function to ventilate a room, securely, without letting anyone see inside it. Even open, the tilt function never allows an intruder to force entry into your home.
Alternatively, use the more traditional swing function for easier cleaning or to let more light and air into a room. Our replacement windows include tilt restrictors and the latest multi-point locking systems for maximum security. We include these in the product price.
The tilt-and-turn style works especially well with uPVC windows, and best suits homes in Sutton and the surrounding Banstead, Dorking, Epsom, Esher, Kingston, Leatherhead, Wandsworth and Wimbledon areas with a more modern or contemporary aesthetic.
Operation is easy. A quarter-turn of the handle activates the tilt action while a half-turn of the handle allows for the inward swing. Talk to Generation Windows or visit our showroom to find out if these innovative replacement windows could work well with your property.
Dating back to the 16th century, casement windows are still one of the most common design options of today. This is unsurprising when you consider they are affordable, cost-effective and maximise the external air intake into your home. The angular hinge design of these replacement windows results in them opening wider than almost any other type of product.
Casement windows also have the ability to act as wind funnels and catch side-breezes in the warmer summer months to keep room space feeling cool and refreshing.
This is a useful way of bringing air into the home when there isn’t much space between your own property and the one next door. Buy uPVC windows in a casement style for a stylish, cost-effective installation. Customers in Sutton, South London, Surrey and the South East can merge between classic and contemporary aesthetics with the choice of products.
Casement windows are second only to fixed windows in weather resistance. The seal meets the casement sash directly to keep homes watertight and to maximise thermal efficiency. Generation Windows welcomes enquiries about casement windows from customers in Banstead, Dorking, Epsom, Esher, Kingston, Leatherhead, Wandsworth and Wimbledon.
Sliding Sash Windows
For a more traditional appearance, sash windows are the ultimate choice for period properties. These replacement windows operate using one or more movable panels that slide up and down. We refer to these panels as “sashes”. The sash window is still popular with many homeowners in the Sutton and South East areas, and has 300-year history.
Our sash windows merge modern security with an original style to afford the customer a classic design in simple form but with all of the undesirable elements removed.
Double glazing improves thermal and noise insulation around your home. Particularly suited to uPVC windows, this option makes room space more peaceful but still warms the property in winter while keeping it cooler during the hotter summer months. Replacement windows with double glazing also reduce the cost of your energy bills and increase home security.
We fit double glazing replacement windows with unique Home guard™ locks and handles, all of which adhere to British Safety regulations and are arguably the most ergonomically-designed products of their kind available in our sector today.
Homeowners in Sutton and the surrounding Banstead, Dorking, Epsom, Esher, Kingston, Leatherhead, Wandsworth and Wimbledon areas opt for double glazing and triple glazing because manufacturers create it from the inside using removable beads to keep the frames perfectly in place. Our designs always blend in well with the existing property style.
Secondary glazing is ideal for use on period properties and in conservation areas which prohibit the use of double glazing. Secondary glazing involves the installation of an extra pane of glass on the inside of a current single-glazed window. Like double-glazing, secondary glazing increases insulation and reduces noise but can still maintain a traditional look.
Because we use a simple process which involves the installation of slim-fitting panes to the existing windows, secondary glazing is also a cost-effective product. This makes it suitable for new builds too, and it isn’t exclusively for use on period properties and listed buildings.
By adding an extra pane of glass to our aluminium, timber and uPVC windows, the noise reduction and thermal properties derived from triple glazing improve upon those associated with double glazing. For this reason, triple-glazed replacement windows are a more popular choice in continents which are prone to particularly cold winters – such as Scandinavia.
To get the best return on your initial investment, we recommend using triple glazing on small to medium-sized windows installed over a larger area. Generation Windows would still recommend double glazing for smaller installations or for use on period properties.
Double and secondary glazing work better for replacement windows on older properties in the Sutton, South London and Surrey areas because they don’t require a heavy framework.
We invite customers from Banstead, Dorking, Epsom, Esher, Kingston, Leatherhead, Wandsworth, Wimbledon and the surrounding areas to visit our popular showroom for a leisurely browse. Our showroom has a full range of aluminium, timber and uPVC windows on display and a friendly team on hand to help you make a more informed purchase.