Composite Windows

Combine practicality with aesthetic appeal for windows that elevate your home’s curb appeal and serve as a long-term investment. Our composite windows are designed to align with your style preferences while protecting properties from the elements.

  • The perfect balance of durable materials
  • Longevity guaranteed
  • Choose from a variety of styles and finishes

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Composite Windows

What are composite windows?

Composite windows combine different materials to create a durable finish for any property. Unlike traditional windows, they take the best features of aluminium, timber and other materials to create a finish that exudes style while factoring in practicality. While they're most popular in new builds and renovation projects, composite window frames can provide more protection and insulation for period properties without compromising their unique character and features.

The key characteristics of composite window styles include:

  • Durability: Most composite windows utilise different materials to add strength and longevity. For example, many timber composite windows come with aluminium cladding, which is renowned for its strength and weather resistance.
  • Energy efficiency: Timber windows are known for their impressive energy efficiency, but composite designs can offer a higher thermal performance.
  • Versatility: These windows are also available in various modern and traditional designs that align with all properties.
  • Recycled materials: Many materials associated with composite windows are recycled, giving them a new purpose and preventing pollution.

The benefits of composite timber windows

Composite windows offer numerous benefits, including aesthetic appeal and affordability. If you want to save money on your energy bills while also enjoying a low-maintenance solution, our timber windows will deliver on all bases.


All materials have downsides, but combining the best features creates a more durable window. We use timber and aluminium to ensure a stunning finish with added durability. These windows can withstand heavy winds while reducing energy bills due to their thermal performance.

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Low maintenance

Aluminium-clad windows are also easy to maintain, as the material is renowned for resisting corrosion, moisture and UV rays without degrading. You won’t need to update them constantly, but regular cleaning is advisable.

The eco-friendly choice

When you choose a composite window design, you’re actively supporting sustainability efforts. By recycling timber, aluminium, and other materials, you prevent them from going to landfills, ensuring their lifespan continues. Their energy efficiency also means you won’t use as much gas or electricity.

Beautiful finishes

Aluminium windows might be practical, but they don’t exactly spark the imagination—the same goes for uPVC designs. However, timber is an aesthetically pleasing material that always makes an impression. Combining both means enjoying a beautiful finish that aligns with your style preferences.

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The Types of Composite Windows

There are two main types of composite windows available today, both of which have a multitude of design options.

While aluminium-clad uPVC windows have their benefits, we offer aluminium-clad timber windows because they’re more stylish, last longer and offer superior thermal performance. Most importantly, timber is a versatile material, allowing us to provide a selection of styles, including:

Sacrifice nothing with timber, aluminium-clad windows

Our aluminium-clad composite windows combine the stunning properties of timber with aluminium for a stylish and durable addition to your property. We have a range of styles and finishes available if you’re looking for high-performance composite windows with a low-maintenance finish.

Made from recyclable materials, our composite frames will be a focal point for years, increasing your home’s value and protecting it from the elements.

Choose your timber finish

We use the best woods Europe offers, finding durable and attractive timbers that align with all style preferences. From dark woods to lighter options and beautiful finishes, choosing our timber aluminium windows guarantees a lasting statement.

Please get in touch with us today to discuss your needs. We’d love to help you find the perfect composite windows.


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Wide Range Of Window Design Textures

Composite Windows are incredibly quick and easy to replace (in comparison to other types of windows). But Composite Windows are more than just an easy solution to replacing tired, old, condensation strewn windows.

Oak Stains




Mid Oak



Idigbo Stains



Mid Oak

Mid Oak




Sapele Stains



Mid Oak

Mid Oak




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Powder Blue


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Trade Windows and Doors

If you are looking for multiple windows and doors i.e. for a housing renovation project, new build properties, or just general supply and installations then we can help. We can supply windows and doors in bulk volumes at trade prices.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Alu-clad timber windows offer functionality without sacrificing aesthetic appeal. Many homeowners prefer the natural look of wood, which is something uPVC cannot replace.

While timber composite windows cost more than uPVC, their energy efficiency, natural beauty, and lower thermal conductivity make them a more suitable long-term investment.

While composite timber windows use aluminium cladding, a traditional timber window frame is constructed from timber only. Both have benefits, but composite windows are easier to maintain, and the aluminium enhances durability.

It’s a matter of personal preference, as some people don’t want to sacrifice a pure timber frame, while others would prefer a combination for practical reasons.

Due to the restrictions in place, owners of listed properties might be unable to use composite windows, but traditional timber is ideal for period windows.

Alu-clad windows are easy to maintain because the cladding provides additional protection from moisture and debris. Cleaning your windows regularly will maintain their aesthetic appeal, and the frames might require touch-ups every few years.

We’re passionate about sourcing timber that aligns with our commitments to sustainability and customer satisfaction. Our most popular timber types include:

  • Sapele: Tropical wood that’s highly rot-resistant and energy-efficient.
  • Idigbo: Resistant to insects, moisture and warping, with a straight grain.
  • European Oak: Sourced from Europe, our best-selling wood accommodates different finishes and has an A++ energy efficiency rating.

All of our timber is of the highest quality. Please contact us if you’re unsure which timber frames suit your needs.

Imagine sliding a window up and down with an effortless grace – that’s how Victorian windows, especially the sash types, opened. Some designs had both the top and bottom sashes moving, while others had just one. It wasn’t just about looking good; this design allowed for just the right amount of air to breeze through, making them as practical as they were pretty.

Victorian windows were primarily crafted from wood – the go-to material of the era. The glass? Often it was hand-blown, giving each window its own unique charm. In wealthier homes, you’d find stained or leaded glass, adding a layer of opulence and intricate detailing. These materials weren’t just chosen for their looks; they reflected the craftsmanship and quality of the time.

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