Isis Windows provides the very best in French windows and doors for use internally, and to open up the outside world, in both commercial and domestic settings. We do this all over central Oxford, and across the wider Oxfordshire area. Not only do these products look amazing, they also offer outstanding energy efficiency and are incredibly long-lasting.
When it comes to colours and styles of uPVC French windows, we like to think our customers are spoilt for choice. And while it may sound slightly surprising, our gorgeous range of pastel hues, in particular, has proven hugely popular.
What’s more, for additional peace of mind, our French windows come with a decade-long warranty covering all parts and hardware.
Equally, we offer the best in modern performance with all our products, and the very latest double glazing technology.
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French Windows to Suit Your Home
Whatever the size and style of your home, whatever your budget, whatever your design tastes, we have French windows to complement your property to perfection. Our windows are available in an array of different materials including uPVC timber French windows that look just like real wood and come in a broad range of woodgrain finishes.
Equally, we have the perfect finishing touch for your new French windows, including hardware such as ‘monkey tail’ handles which go especially well in a country cottage-style home.
At the same time, if it’s French doors you’re after, we offer a wide selection, again designed to suit a broad range of properties.
The History of French Windows
Originally designed during the Renaissance, in France, as the name suggests, French windows have come a long way since the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries! Originally constructed from wood, wrought iron and glass, this style soon made the journey across the Channel and has been sought-after ever since.
French Windows vs. Casement Windows: What’s the Difference?
Whether you go for uPVC timber French windows or anything else, it’s worth understanding the differences between casement windows and French models. While the latter tend to have just two panels, casement units will often have more, and may also have a secondary, smaller window at the top that opens inwards.
Refresh Your Residence
When it comes to dramatically improving the look of your home, few things outdo new French windows.
No one should underestimate the importance of first impressions and what a property looks like from the street, the “kerb appeal”. Windows and doors can enhance a property’s desirability, and therefore, importantly, its value.
Additional features include leaded glazing or elegant Georgian bars to add character, especially on country cottages and older buildings.
Apart from anything else, even if you have no plans to move you may want to upgrade your windows to take advantage of the latest double glazing technology which has advanced significantly in recent years. This can make a real impact when it comes to energy efficiency, so you could soon be noticing the difference in your energy bills.
How We Can Help With Your French Windows
At Isis Windows we have many years of industry experience under our belts. We’re ideally placed to help our customers and to advise on the best type of French windows for your home depending on your needs, budget and the style of your property.
So talk to us today. We’d be pleased to offer you a quote without charge or obligation. Our professional, friendly and helpful fitters really know what they’re doing, and take pride in their work. We’re committed to carrying out home improvements with minimal disruption to our customers’ daily lives.
So give us a call today to get the ball rolling.
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French Windows Frequently Asked Questions
What are French windows and doors?
French windows and doors are designed to open up the outside world and let natural light into a building. They are available in a range of materials, including uPVC timber, and are suitable for both commercial and domestic settings.
What areas does Isis Windows cover for French windows and doors installation?
Isis Windows provides French windows and doors installation services across central Oxford and the wider Oxfordshire area.
What is the warranty period for French windows from Isis Windows?
All French windows from Isis Windows come with a decade-long warranty covering all parts and hardware.
What colours and styles of French windows are available from Isis Windows?
Isis Windows offers a wide range of colours and styles for French windows, including pastel hues, in addition to a broad range of woodgrain finishes.
What are the benefits of installing French windows from Isis Windows?
Isis Windows offers French windows that are not only visually appealing but also offer outstanding energy efficiency and are incredibly long-lasting.
What is the history of French windows?
French windows were first designed in France during the Renaissance period and have been sought-after ever since. Originally constructed from wood, wrought iron, and glass, they are now available in a range of materials, including uPVC timber.
How do French windows differ from casement windows?
French windows tend to have just two panels at most, while casement units often have more, and may also have a secondary, smaller window at the top that opens inwards.
How can French windows improve the value of a property?
New French windows can dramatically improve the look of a property and enhance its desirability, thereby increasing its value.
What other benefits do French windows offer besides improved appearance?
Installing French windows can take advantage of the latest double glazing technology, making a real impact when it comes to energy efficiency and reduced damp and condensation.
How can Isis Windows help with French windows installation?
Isis Windows has years of industry experience and can advise on the best type of French windows for a customer’s home, depending on their needs and budget and the style of where they live. They also offer free quotes without charge or obligation and have a professional, friendly and helpful team of fitters.