UPVC Casement Windows in High Wycombe
The standard casement window the most popular choice of window replacement in High Wycombe - look around and you will see! Its popularity is due to its ease of use and all-round versatility of design.
It has fixed panes along with hinged opening sections (lights), and offers conventional look wooden windows twinned with the trouble-free long life, enhanced warmth, low-maintenance and security of modern UPVC window frames.
A great many colours and finishes are available but, currently the most popular seem to be Grey, Anthracite grey, Chartwell Green, Painswick, Duck Egg Blue, Light oak and Oak.
Our staff can advise you how to combine ventilation with a sense of space, security, safety and of course, great looking and practical casement windows
Whatever style you choose, Bahama's Veka windows use unique, top quality extrusions and locks and are built to ensure you get the best out of your replacement window. Our Maco locks are so good that the lock company will pay your insurance excess up to £1,000 should you have the unfortunate experience of being burgled through failure of the locking mechanism.
When you talk to Bahama, either in your home or in our High Wycombe showroom, you can have the confidence that you have chosen a company that has trained its staff to exacting standards in surveying and installation. Unlike many window suppliers, the window you choose will be the one that will match your requirements and will be designed, manufactured and installed to last for years to come. Your peace of mind is also assured, thanks to the unrivalled Ten-Year Insurance Backed Guarantee that every member must offer every customer at minimal charge – a claim that very few other double glazing suppliers can make.
And on top of that you get a great looking window!
To offer this Network Veka guarantee, OUR company has to comply to exacting standards which includes regular training from 2012 through to 2017/18 of installers, surveyors and sales staff to be the best in the industry. Recent training in 2012 includes Window Energy Ratings, the new Government Green Deal, CE product marking and MTC's - Minimum Technical Competence requirements.