The windows are classed by taking into consideration the type of opening or openings that they have.

Casement Windows

Casements are the most popular and versatile style of window that we offer. A casement is identified by the opening part of the window
opening outwards.
The number of arrangements and combinations of fixed and opening frames is endless - it really does come down to what you want and how
you intend to use the adjacent room.
Select your finish and hardware from a range of beautifully crafted locking handles, and that’s it - we do the rest. Our casement windows deliver
the complete solution for any property from period to contemporary.


More examples of casement windows:

Sliding Windows

Crafted with attention to detail, our vertical slider windows (also known as sash windows) combine the functional benefits and performance of a modern PVC-U window with the feel, aesthetic appeal and operational simplicity of a traditional style window. Our vertical slider windows have a timeless elegance made with beautiful proportions and symmetry. They have the true looks of the original timber sash window, retaining all of the characters of the property itself. The modern vertical slider not only emulates the
aesthetics of its traditional timber equivalent but also offers additional benefits such as the easy maintenance of PVC-U. We also offer the option of run-through sash horns for a truly authentic look. 

Tilt -and -Turn Windows

Tilt & turn windows provide the ideal solution for locations where window safety and window access may be an issue. The unique concealed hardware design means that the window can be set in one of two positions, either tilted or fully opening inwards.

As a result of the unique properties of the tilt
& turn window, they are ideal for apartments or flats, from the ground floor up, allowing for ventilation and easy cleaning from within the property.


More examples of Tilt and Turn  windows:


For more information please contact us for the VEKA catalog

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows not only add distinction and character to a house - they add space too.
The ‘arc’ of the bow window offers a larger
internal window ledge area and the bay actually extends the footprint of the room it fronts.

Either way - the additional space and light, combined with the high visual impact make both styles of window an extremely popular choice.

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