When you install your conservatory, you might also like to consider renovating the rest of your home with news windows. Like a conservatory, windows can transform your property by allowing an influx of natural light as well as insulating your living spaces from both unwelcome intruders and the effects of adverse weather.
Majestic Designs is proud to deliver an A+14 rating on the WER (Window Energy Rating) scale as a standard across our range of aluminium and uPVC windows. We also offer a 10-year guarantee and with a variety of colours and styles to choose from, you’ll be able to match your conservatory to your new windows – or choose something entirely different!
Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, known more commonly as uPVC, is a popular material for use in the fabrication of new windows. With exceptional longevity spanning at least two decades and requiring little to no maintenance, our range of uPVC windows are available in a variety of different colours and styles with plenty of hardware to choose from as well. Engineered with energy efficiency and security in mind, you can rest assured whatever style of window you choose will be engineered to the highest possible standard.
Aluminium is also a popular material for use in window fabrication. Renowned for its strength and resilience, aluminium offers a long, low maintenance lifespan of at least four decades as well as optimal energy efficiency ratings. What’s more, aluminium windows are suitable in both traditional and contemporary homes alike and can transform your living spaces with expansive panes of uninterrupted double-glazed glass.
Different styles of windows
Majestic Designs offers both aluminium and uPVC windows in a range of different colours and styles. Regardless of your personal taste or the aesthetic of your property, we have windows to suit any home.
Traditional casement windows are an enduring, popular choice for homeowners across the UK, providing heightened energy efficiency, security and increased ventilation. Versatile and practical, casement windows operate on either a vertical or horizontal hinge.
Flush casement windows
Similar to traditional casement windows, flush casement windows sit ‘flush’ in the window frame. Flush casement windows can be installed in bay and bow windows or separately as standalone windows. Classic with a twist, flush casement windows give your home a contemporary flourish and are suitable in both traditional and contemporary properties alike.
It’s never been more simple to combine antique elegance with modern convenience. . uPVC vertical sliding sash windows combine classic design with high energy efficiency ratings and increased security. As a result, they’re ideal for historically sensitive restoration projects and work well as a replacement for antique timber windows. Retain your traditional home’s historical charm or give your contemporary property an elegant flourish reminiscent of Victorian Britain.
Our range of bay windows can add historic grandeur to your home, evocative of Victorian Britain. Bay windows are square in design and come with your choice of fixed or operating casement windows, making them ideal for maximising space and natural light in your house.
Bow windows, also known as compass style windows, have a streamlined shape and style that works well in both traditional and contemporary homes alike. An alternative to the classic bay window, bow windows effortlessly complement any property with traditional aesthetics reminiscent of a bygone era.
Tilt and Turn windows
Combining a practical yet simple operation and modern, visually appealing design, tilt and turn windows deliver innovative dual-opening technology. Tilt and turn windows open two ways using a single, easy-to-use handle and are ideal for maximising ventilation in your property while still retaining optimal levels of energy efficiency and heightened security.