It has the trademark aesthetics of the traditional nineteenth window, but, as Gerald Allen, Swish’s Marketing Manager, points out, it isn’t only period homes that benefit from its charming aesthetics.
“Thanks to its understated simplicity, the Flush Casement Window is a design that has stood the test of time. For that reason, it’s just as at home in a contemporary modern home as it is a heritage setting.”
As Gerald says, the Flush Casement Window offers impressive versatility. Projects in contemporary settings benefit from its simple, clean lines while projects in heritage locations benefit from features such as the elegant glazing bars. And wherever the window is used the project will benefit from the quality and attention to detail of a Swish window.
The common Swish platform means installers can use beads from other systems to enable 24,28 and 32mm glazing for greater flexibility.
Security is assured because the window meets Secured by Design standards.
The Impressions colour range includes timeless and traditional shades and woodgrain effects as well as accent colours and on-trend shades. Dual colour options are available. Ten of the most popular shades (covering 88% of colour sales) are stock colours and there is no minimum order quantity on its non-stock colours, making colour accessible and appealing.
The window may have classic looks but it has 21st-century thermal efficiency. It can easily achieve A+ ratings. And, where exceptional levels of insulation are required, triple glazed frames can deliver a U-value of just 1.2.
When an installer works with Swish, he also benefits from the credentials that come with a brand that’s recognised by 7 out of 10 consumers. Added to which there’s the advantage of exceptional support and Excellence as Standard, Swish’s new membership programme, which aims to drive and promote excellence at every level of member businesses.