Historical windows

Historical windows are traditional constructions found in historic palaces, tenement houses and religious buildings. Often these are buildings under conservation supervision.

The construction of this type of windows resembles a box. Depending on the country and region, there are several versions of historical windows. They differ in the construction and the direction of opening the sashes.

Historical windows very often have numerous decorations in the form of Georgian bars and stylised cover moulds and transoms. The colours are optional, however, white and cream predominate. Stylised door handles and hinges add additional character to the windows.

Currently, historical windows can be equipped with double glazing and additional weatherseals which significantly improves their thermal and acoustic parameters.

Benefits:

  • perfect match with the historical style of the building,
  • rich window styling option,
  • long-term resistance to atmospheric conditions.

Historical window construction:

  • high quality multilayer timber,
  • REMMERS 4-coat painting system,
  • double glazed unit Ug= 1,1 W/m2K,
  • single glass 4mm,
  • warm edge TGI,
  • weatherseals.
Standard equipment
Optional equipment