The Brunstane Group has a wide range of uPVC Windows to suit your requirements and to match the architectural style of your home. Each frame is designed to your exact specifications and reinforced with galvanised steel. This provides each window with added security and strength, keeping design, style and elegance as well as affordability in mind. Our range of windows include:
- Double Glazing
- Sash Windows
- Sash & Case Windows
- Tilt and Turn Windows
- Reverisble Windows
- Casement Windows
There are a whole host of possibilities for your new windows. We want to make sure that your new windows fit the theme of your house and put your mind at ease.
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Free Feasibility Study
The main purpose is to investigate and evaluate the potential of your home when considering new windows. This is Essential to determine the options available to you.
Our director will work with our quantity surveyor to provide COST CERTAINTY after feasibility study.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Choosing windows can be the most challenging part of your project. They can make or break your home! We've written 9 pointers that should help when you plan to change your windows!
Cost is a factor for any project and is no different when it comes to selecting the correct windows for you. uPVc is seen as the most cost-effective with aluminium being more expensive, with the most expensive being an alu-clad (composite of timber and aluminium).
If colour is a big factor for you and you want to stay away from a standard white frame, Aluminium and other high-end frames will come with the largest selection of colours.
Most frames come with several handle options to select from. Brushed-steel handles are most commonly selected as they match with almost anything!
Making sure you have the correct windows, to provide the best insulation for your house is critical. During those harsh winter months, it's important to make sure your house is insulated correctly so no heat can escape! The quality of windows insulation is done by the U-value, the lower the value the better the insulation!
Sash windows look great but can be complicated to fix and fit. Make sure you get a joiner with a good reputation to make sure you get the best finish for your property. Often made of timber, it's important they are replaced to fit the theme of your house.
Follow the rules
Make sure you follow the building regulations when selecting your windows. In Scotland, all windows "should have an unobstructed openable area that is at least 0.33m2 and at least 450mm high and 450mm wide. The route through the window may be at an angle rather than straight through and the bottom of the openable area should be no more than 1100mm above the floor." - https://www.gov.scot/publications/building-standards-2017-domestic/2-fire/29-escape/.
Decide on double or triple glazing
Decide on whether you want to have double or triple glazing. If you're aiming for an environmentally friendly house and want an A rating, you will need triple-glazed windows. These windows can be heavier and cost more. While double glazing is a viable alternative that provides a good heat barrier.
Make sure to factor in the opening direction of your window! This can often be overlooked. Your standard tilt and turn windows offer more flexibility as they can both open from the top and side however, curtains and blinds can get in the way. Bathrooms often use hung windows (top or bottom hinged) as it allows for better ventilation.
Most windows made today are equipped with a three or five-point locking system to provide the best security against lawbreakers, but be aware that both double and triple glazed windows can be easily smashed so make sure you keep any valuables out of sight!