Traditional Windows

Traditional casement windows are commonly seen in older properties, listed buildings and in conservation areas.

At Frame-ups, we are able to manufacture new casement windows to match your existing windows. This can be done in either single-glazed – similar to that required on listed buildings or conservation areas – or double-glazed units, which are more energy efficient and comply with current building regulations.

Where possible, all the materials used are sourced using the most natural and sustainable material available. All of our redwood timber is managed under the FSC® Principles for Forest Stewardship and the internationally recognised, independently audited FSC Chain of Custody Accreditation Scheme.

Our windows come in 4 timber options: high-quality European redwood, hardwood, European prime grade oak and Accoya.

House window

Sheffield Conservation Areas

Sheffield City CouncilSheffield has 38 conservation areas. These vary in size, character and form but they are all recognised as areas that have special architectural and historic interest.

Find out more about conservation regulations and how they may impact your property and home improvement plans.

Sheffield Conservation Areas