Adding fixed features
Broxwood’s Fixed windows are offered with optional mullions, transoms, applied glazing bars and astragals. Fixed windows are often used as sidelights and fanlights with entrance doors to increase light transfer and enhance the overall appearance of a main entrance.
More and more these days, fixed windows in a gable end are used as a feature, providing a modern light and airy appearance to a contemporary building. Where necessary and for safety and security, the windows are fitted as standard with toughened/laminated glass. Available in timber and alu-clad timber.
Timber Fixed Window
- Bespoke made-to-measure fixed window
- Available in a range of U-Values from 1.4 to 0.7
- Constructed using finger jointed laminated pine timber designed to last a lifetime
- Advanced insulation and glass technology for ultimate weather protection
- Choice of glazing bars and ironmongery
- Optional Trickle ventilation with matching RAL colour
- Factory finish to any RAL or NCS colour
- Super Low-E double glazed panel with argon filled unit. Triple glazing with warm edge spacer optional
- Delivery from 6 – 8 weeks
- Installation service available on request
Alu-clad Timber Fixed Window
Broxwood’s Timber Fixed Window is also available with aluminium cladding. The addition of low-maintenance hard-wearing aluminium cladding provides the ultimate protection against the elements.
Additional features include:
- Fully treated timber with alu cladding for maximum durability and longevity
- Triple Glazing with warm edge spacer fitted as standard
- Increased strength and durability
- Ultimate protection against the elements
- Sleek contemporary look and feel
- Virtually maintenance free
IV78 Technical Information:
- Frame: 78mm wide x 78mm deep
- Sash: 78mm wide x 78mm deep
- Glass: Double Glazing 24mm or Triple Glazing 36mm and 52mm / Argon gas and choice of coating
Save Energy by choosing the right U-value
Broxwood windows and doors are amongst the most energy efficient on the market. We offer five energy ranges, from 1.4 to 0.7 U-value, all of which exceed current UK building regulations. Choosing the right U-value is mostly common sense; the simple rule being all our windows will save energy but choosing a U-value which is over specified for your property is unlikely to return greater savings.