Profile 22’s Flush Casement Window offer the Optima difference

Profile 22’s Flush Casement Window offer the Optima difference
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Flush casement windows are one of the products tipped for the biggest growth in coming years and it’s clear that the Optima Flush Casement Window from Profile 22 delivers everything the market is looking for.

Gerald Allen, Marketing Manager at Profile 22, commented: “The Optima Flush Casement Window delivers three major advantages. The design is based on a traditional British timber cottage window and we’ve worked hard to ensure it looks better than anything else on the market. It offers market-leading thermal efficiency. And because it’s part of the Optima range, it’s easy for fabricators and installers to use with its intelligent features such as common ancillaries across the entire range to minimise stockholding.”

The British heritage appearance of the Optima Flush Casement Window offers traditional features such as a putty line sash, a traditional wide bottom sash rail, slim depth sashes plus the option of a partly or fully mechanically jointed finish.

Period hardware, period colours and finishes, cill and glazing bar options and a French Flush Casement option complete a truly distinctive window.

While the appearance may be of a heritage period, the construction is anything but. The system offers better thermal performance than its rivals (U-values as low as 1.2W/m2K can be achieved). It surpasses the requirements of UK and EU Building Regulations and PAS24 on all options and is accredited by the British Standards Institute.

Because the Flush Casement Window is part of the Optima system, it’s been designed for the 21st century from the ground up and is packed with a wealth of benefits for fabricators and installers. Alongside the common ancillaries are advantages such as easy-to-locate hardware, optimised drainage and perfectly positioned seals for long-lasting performance.

It seems that the quality of the Profile 22 Flush Casement Window is being reflected in its sales, which are up 500% year on year. Proof, if any were needed, that the market appreciates Profile 22’s best-in-class product.

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