It can often become overwhelming with the endless choices of window opening types and materials. There are a few important factors that need to be considered in the window purchasing process such as design, material and budget. How your window opens is a very important element that you.
Start with what you have already. Do you like how it works in your space, or are you ready to try something different? Take a look at the various window opening types offered by Marvin
Window Opening Types
Sliding Sash Windows
Sliding sash windows (or double hung windows) are one of the most common types of windows present on historic buildings in the UK. The window sashes move vertically up and down.
Marvin offers an exclusive aluminium clad wood sliding sash window that offers an authentic traditional design with the commodities of a low maintenance exterior. Learn more.
Casement windows are hinged at the side and open inwards or outwards depending on your personal preference. These windows can be opened with either a standard push-out handle or a unique crank and turn handle.
Top-hung windows are hinged at the top and open outwards. These windows are excellent for discrete ventilation points in your home, such as a bathroom.
Tilt & Turn Windows
Tilt & Turn windows are hinged at the side and open in-wards. These Europen styled windows can be also tilted inwards to allow for ventilation.
Fixed & Special Shaped Windows
An ideal way to connect the outside with the inside. Clear large glazed sections make the room feel larger and provide maximum natural light.
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The two main ranges of window styles available are Traditional and Contemporary.
The traditional range consists of engineered timber windows whereas the contemporary range consists of Aluminium clad windows, also known as Alu-Clad.
Here at Marvin, we supply the traditional and contemporary range consisting of wood and Alu-clad windows.
In addition to this, we also supply windows in fibreglass and aluminium.