TimberLOOK from Coastline is our new range of timber alternative windows.
Manufactured from low maintenance PVCu with a grained wood effect finish. Although aimed primarily at the heritage market, this window would not look out of place in any building due to its classic lines and beautiful finish.
A combination of classic styling and modern materials makes this window ideal for timber replacement in conservation areas.
TimberLOOK sashes can be manufactured with either welded corner joints or with the more traditional mechanically jointed corners.
19th Century windows were always painted and never stained which is why TimberLOOK Windows are only available in a range of traditional colours.
Our most popular colour is grained white, however if the white is too crisp, why not try our “clotted cream” or unique “cotswold biscuit”. Other traditional colours are available and for more modern properties there are some very contemporary greys and pastel greens.
A wide range of handle options are available to choose from, starting with the standard cranked handle all the way through to the highly decorative Tear Drop, Pear Drop and Monkey Tail designs.
The ‘cranked’ range offers a choice of 7 colours including: White, Black, Hardex Gold, Hardex Chrome, Hardex Satin, Hardex Bronze and an Antique ‘hammered’ Black. The Pear Drop is available in both Black and Pewter with matching operational or dummy retaining stays also available. The Monkey Tail handle is available in black with a matching retaining stay and there is also a version of the Monkey Tail available in an Antique Black finish (no matching stay).
Functional Butt Hinges
As well as the standard friction hinges used on Residence 9, there is also the option of upgrading to Easy Clean, Mega Trojan heavy duty and both functional and dummy butt hinges.
Functional Butt Hinges (replaces friction stay), suitable for side hung sashes only. We recommend using the ‘functional retaining stay’ with this option.
Decorative dummy butt hinges are available. We would recommend using the Mega Trojan with this option, as it keeps the butt hinge close to the frame (see fig 5.3).
When dummy butt hinges are used with standard friction stays, there is a visible gap between the frame and dummy butt hinge when sash is in the open position (see fig 5.5).