Flush and Non-Flush Window Differences

What is the Difference Between Flush and Non-Flush Windows?

When it comes to choosing windows for your home, there are several factors to consider. One of the biggest decisions when choosing new windows is whether to opt for flush or non-flush windows. In this article, we will discuss the differences between these two window types, helping you make an informed choice for your home improvement project.

Here at GHI, we offer a range of flush and non-flush windows for your property. We supply and install the Residence 7 and Residence 9 collections from The Residence Collection, which are beautiful window options suitable for all property types.

Get in touch with our team for more information on the flush and non-flush window styles we offer and for a quote for your home improvement project. We service Surrey and the surrounding areas, offering high quality products and excellent customer service.

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What is the difference between flush and non-flush windows?

Here at GHI, we understand that it can be challenging to understand all of the window styles on the market when upgrading your home. The main difference between the two window styles is the appearance of how the windows sit within the frame.

Flush windows sit seamlessly within the window frame. This alignment creates a sleek and contemporary appearance, enhancing the overall aesthetic of your home. With clean lines and a minimalistic look, flush windows can complement various architectural styles. Additionally, their design is often associated with improved energy efficiency, reducing air leakage and heat loss.

Flush windows are a popular choice for contemporary properties, more so than traditional or period homes. Their contemporary look matches the style and aesthetic of modern or newly built homes.

Non-flush windows feature a slight overlap between the sash and the frame, offering a more traditional and decorative look. The sash stands outside of the frame, adding character and charm to older or period properties. If you are looking for a more traditional aesthetic or wish to match your property’s existing windows, non-flush windows are an excellent choice.

Although non-flush windows offer a heritage aesthetic look, they provide excellent thermal performance and security levels. This window style allows you to update your property with new windows that provide high-quality modern performance while sustaining a classic look.

The choice between these two styles for your home is dependent on its architectural style and which style you would prefer for your property. Flush windows are known for their contemporary appeal and clean lines. They provide a sleek look that can enhance the overall aesthetic of your home. On the other hand, non-flush windows add elegance to any home, making more visual impact. Although both styles can be installed on any property, they are manufactured to match contemporary or traditional/heritage home styles.

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Residence Collection Windows

Here at GHI, we offer a range of high-quality windows, including flush and non-flush options. We install Residence Collection windows, which combine high-quality aesthetics with modern functionality and performance.

Residence 7 windows are designed to fit within the frame in a flush design, offering clean lines and a contemporary look. These windows are incredibly versatile, and can be installed into any property style.

Residence 7 windows are also low maintenance, as they are made with durable and weatherproof materials. Available in a variety of colours and finishes, Residence 7 windows can be customised to suit your personal taste and your property’s aesthetic.

Alternatively, we offer Residence 9 windows, a beautiful traditional-style window which bridges the gap for homeowners looking to improve their property’s performance whilst still maintaining the classic feel of their home. These windows are perfect for homeowners seeking to add character and charm to their property, match their new windows to their existing property or carry out like-for-like replacements. Residence 9 windows are also ideal for homeowners looking for classic appeal and modern functionality, as Residence 9 windows are weatherproof, fitted with secure locking systems for your peace of mind, and are energy efficient. Similar to the Residence 7 windows, Residence 9 windows are available in a variety of colours and finishes, allowing for customisation, so you can tailor your new windows to your home as closely as you wish.

The difference between flush and non-flush windows is mainly within their design and aesthetic look. Flush windows offer a sleek and modern look, while non-flush windows add character and charm, suited primarily to heritage properties. Whichever you choose to install into your home, the team at GHI are on hand to assist with your window replacement projects.

To explore our range of Residence 7 and Residence 9 windows, or if you have any questions about our flush and non-flush window products, please get in touch with our friendly team. We are happy to provide you with more information, talk you through your choices, and provide you with a free, no-obligation quote. Our team has over 20 years of experience in the home improvement industry, so you can be sure that you are investing in your home with a company that offers high quality products and customer service.

You can also use our free online quoting engine to get a bespoke quote for your window upgrade projects.

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