Here at Heath Windows Ltd, we provide an extensive range of replacement windows for domestic and commercial properties in Sussex and Surrey. As time-served specialists in windows, doors and double glazing, we recognise that our customers and clients have a diverse range of stylistic tastes. As a result, we supply and fit windows of various designs to create results that always exceed expectations. We provide our service for replacement windows in our hometown of Horsham and surrounding areas including Broadbridge Heath, Cranleigh and Crawley.
When it comes to replacement windows, we install:
Customers should note that we also fit uPVC windows. For a more detailed insight into this option, please visit the uPVC products page.
Due to significant advances over the years, aluminium has witnessed a resurgence in popularity when it comes to replacement windows. With sleek slim lines in tones of black, charcoal and grey, usually powder coated, aluminium frames bring a stylish touch to interiors and exteriors.
Aside from their undoubted aesthetic appeal, aluminium frames also come with an inherent natural strength. This allows us to install large replacement windows without the need for a bulky supporting frame. In turn, this optimises the glazed area, giving homeowners in Horsham and the surrounding areas the best possible aspect.
With minimal framing and maximum double glazing, aluminium windows also offer impressive thermal efficiency. In fact, due to the introduction of thermal brakes within the frame to reduce heat conductivity, aluminium designs remain among the best-insulated replacement windows currently on the market.
As the name suggests, aluminium composite designs take all the positives of aluminium frames and enhance them using other materials. In most cases, they constitute a timber frame clad in aluminium. This gives homeowners in Horsham and the surrounding areas, from Broadbridge Heath to Cranleigh, the best characteristics of both materials.
Naturally, these replacement windows deliver outstanding value for money when it comes to energy efficiency. They hold a thermal performance level of 1.2 W/m2k with double glazing, a Class 4 rating for air permeability and a U-value of 1.0W/m2k with triple glazing. As an added benefit, aluminium remains one of the most recycled materials in the world, making their production and usage a highly sustainable choice.
Wooden window frames deliver a timeless, elegant finish to any property. Aside from its obvious aesthetic appeal, wood also acts as a natural insulant. These replacement windows have a compact structure made up of fine grains and miniscule air bubbles. This ensures that less heat inside the property escapes through the framing, particularly when paired with triple or double glazing.
Due to their impressive durability, wooden windows have a lifespan of approximately 60 years. This makes them one of the most robust options for replacement windows. What’s more, when they reach the end of their lifespan, wooden frames can be used as biomass fuel, making them another highly sustainable choice for property owners in Horsham, Broadbridge Heath, Cranleigh and the neighbouring areas.
If you would like to see examples of the results we achieve across our range of services, please visit the previous work page.
As a ubiquitous feature on homes across the country, it’s easy to see why uPVC windows remain so popular. Not only are they a cost-effective option that suits the majority of budgets, they offer outstanding levels of durability too. In fact, uPVC windows have such impressive strength that profiles installed over the past 25 years are still in use today.
In addition, uPVC windows also require very little maintenance. With no need for painting or sealing, all they require is the occasional wipe down with warm water and soap. What’s more, this material has a complete imperviousness to rot and is highly resistant to corrosion.
As a non-conductive material, uPVC also doesn’t transfer heat. This increases the thermal comfort of homes and buildings by maintaining a more consistent temperature, especially when paired with double glazing. uPVC windows also deliver improved comfort in regard to acoustic insulation. These profiles, again with double glazing, have been proven to reduce external noise by as much 70%.