Timber Casement Windows

Engineered timber casement windows will breathe fresh life into your beautiful home. Crafted with slow-grown, knot-free timber, our timber windows won’t twist or warp over time and promise period charm with modern efficiency.

Depending on your design preferences, we offer several styles to complement your home, including: perfectly

  • Flush windows: As the name suggests, flush casement windows sit ‘flush’ with the surrounding frame, providing an elegant and clean look. Flush casements were popular before the 1950s and today with period homeowners looking to restore their properties.
  • Lipped windows: Made to measure, lipped casements are designed so that the actual opening part of the window slightly overlaps the frame. Once installed, they can transform the look and feel of your property.
  • Cottage windows: If you’re looking for windows that maximise your views and flood light into your home, cottage casements are for you. They’re designed to maximise the glass and opening areas and offer slimmer frames.

Our timber windows are available in a large range of colours. Ask for colour swatches and take these home to hold up against your brickwork or render. It will help you make a decision, but you can also ask for colour and design advice from our friendly and experienced design team. Another option is to seek inspiration from some of our recent projects. Once installed, our paint is guaranteed for 12 years.

“We are so pleased that we chose the Burgess Group and would fully recommend them. They went over and above to ensure that we received excellent service” - J Westwood

  • Our timber casement windows open and close effortlessly. Select your perfect colour and detail combinations from our extensive catalogue.
  • Enjoy a seamless experience, from your showroom visit to the craftsmanship of our respectful and tidy installation teams.
  • All timber casement windows come with an industry-leading 10-year guarantee as standard.

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Customers Often Ask

Here's some of the questions we often get asked about timber casement windows:

What are timber casement windows?
Timber casement windows are a type of window made from high quality, engineered timber. These windows are hinged at the side, top, or bottom, allowing them to open outward for excellent ventilation and clear views. Our timber casement windows are crafted from knot-free timber, which is designed to resist twisting and warping over time - combining period charm with modern efficiency. There are several styles available to suit different design preferences, including: Flush windows (which sit flush with the surrounding frame), Lipped windows (which slightly overlap the frame) and Cottage windows (which have slimmer frames and larger opening areas).
Are timber casement windows energy efficient?
Yes, timber casement windows are highly energy efficient. The natural insulating properties of wood help keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Plus, our bespoke timber casement windows feature double or triple glazing options that further enhance their thermal performance. This can lead to significant energy savings and a reduction in your home’s carbon footprint - making timber casement windows an eco friendly choice.
How long do wood casement windows last?
The exact lifespan of timber casement windows can vary depending on maintenance and environmental factors, however they are designed to last for many years. Our timber casement windows, which are crafted from slow-grown timber that won’t warp over time, come with a 10-year guarantee. And with proper care, they can last for significantly longer than that. Plus, the paint finish is also guaranteed for 12 years.
What's your service area?
Our service area includes: Suffolk (Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, Ipswich, Felixstowe, Lowestoft, Haverhill etc.), Norfolk (Thetford, Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn, Dereham, Gorleston-on-Sea etc.), Cambridgeshire (St Ives, St Neots, Ely, March, Peterborough, Wisbech, Huntingdon, Cambridge etc.) and North Essex.

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