Getting the right window design is important as windows are one of the few items in your home which will have an impact both from the outside and inside.
When presented with the first view of your property, your windows will set the style and tone of your home – be it traditional or contemporary.
Durable, versatile and with a timeless elegance, Scotts windows can be manufactured to suit every individual project, whether for new build or renovation schemes.
As well as vastly increasing the kerb appeal of your home, your window design will also provide your view of the world – creating the perfect opening through which you can enjoy the changing seasons while still being inside.
One easy way to update your home and give it a modern vibe is to change the windows as fashions come and go. Back in the 1980s and 90s, stained glass reappeared in window design, but now clean lines are essential to evoke effortless chic.
One trend which is showing no sign of waning is the use of the colour grey to give an instant contemporary twist to any frontage – particularly if you have a coloured exterior.
Architectural design can also add the wow factor to a property, with unusual shapes such as arches or circles, particularly good at providing an instant point of interest.
Creativity and imagination will bring unique projects to life and our Joinery Division can design and manufacture highly individual and stunning windows, whether for a traditional period home or for a conceptual residential development.
If your property is already standing the test of time, then the style is already chosen for you, whether its sash or casement evoking Georgian or Victorian eras.
However, with growing demand for sustainable materials, new timber windows are environmentally friendly and allow great craftsmanship to blend the design features of the past with the requirements of modern living, including compliant levels of insulation and security.
Scotts can handle a wide variety of window requirements, using engineered hardwood from sustainable sources. Glazing configurations and ironmongery are all individually chosen for each window.