Dartford homeowners love our storm-proof casement windows because they are a rare combination of beauty and high performance. From an aesthetic standpoint, these windows will greatly enhance the kerb appeal of any home with their timeless design and high-quality materials. From a functional standpoint, storm-proof windows on Dartford homes are an ideal way to ensure blustery cold does not seep in around the edges of the windows and moisture is kept at bay.
A Classic Design Made Even Better
The casement window was the first window type to open to the outside world. Over the centuries other styles of window, such as the box sash window, have surpassed it in sheer sales numbers but nothing has surpassed the classic beauty of the casement.
Today, the craftsmen at Joinery for all Seasons have taken this enduring design and improved it by adding a discreet lip that slightly overlaps the frame of the window and prevents outside air from intruding and indoor air from escaping. The result is a more energy-efficient home that also happens to be more beautiful and valuable.
Who Needs Storm-Proof Windows in Dartford?
Dartford receives more than 27 inches of rain per year. Much of it cold, penetrating rain off the North Sea. Humidity levels routinely hover around 80% which is high even by UK standards. Environmental conditions like this can make it devilishly difficult to keep your home warm and dry. Enter storm-proof windows from Joinery for all Seasons.
The simple act of extending a lip over the window frame seals the edges of the windows against the elements, fends off cold drafts and helps keep your home’s interior dry and comfortable. So who needs storm-proof windows? Anyone interested in making their home more energy-efficient while also enhancing its beauty.
Get in Touch
To learn more about timeless, energy-efficient storm-proof windows get in touch with Joinery for all Seasons today. Our premium bespoke storm-proof casement windows are the kind of home improvement that will provide an immediate aesthetic boost to your home while allowing you to save on energy costs and reduce your home’s carbon footprint for many years to come.