Hardwood Windows in Herts & Essex

Hertfordshire hard wood windowHardwood windows from Markwell are some of the most elegant and long lasting of all wooden window designs. They have an unbeatable combination of luxury, style and durability and add character to the exterior of any home no matter how new or old it is. Made from environmentally friendly and high-quality hardwood, these windows will stand the test of time if looked after.

Our Hardwood windows come in a range of colours and give you the ability to choose from a selection of styles and designs to fit your home. With their 24mm double glazed low emissivity glass units. So not only do they look the part they have all the benefits of more modern materials because they help to keep the heat inside your home and the noise out.

Choosing The Right Hardwood Windows

Windows can either make your home look fantastic or downright awful and it’s all down to which style you choose. Something that looks great with a modern house won’t necessarily look good if installed in a period property.

Why not pop into our Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire based showroom and we can show you what is available. We will always give you honest professional advice about which windows will work best with your home.

Maintenance

There is a belief that hardwood windows take a lot of looking after, but that’s just not the case any more. All of our frames are treated with the aim of protecting against rot and fungus and changes in technology means that our paints also come with a long life so you don’t need to worry about your new windows not looking quite so good after a couple of month.

In fact we are so confident in our workmanship and the products that we supply that we offer a 5 year guarantee on all of our hardwood windows.

So for a hassle free no obligation quotation you can either pop into our showroom next time you are in the area or
get in touch. We service Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire and Essex but are happy to go a little further afield too.

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