As the trend towards feature-rich windows continues, Profile 22 reports that demand for its Optima Flush Casement Window has never been higher. Gerald Allen, Marketing Manager at Epwin Window Systems, said: “Consumers are expecting more from their windows these days. The Optima Flush Casement Window more than delivers on their expectations, which is why we’re seeing such strong growth.”
Like all Optima products, the Optima Flush Casement Window has been designed to look better and perform better than rival products.
The stand out feature is the product’s outstanding aesthetics. The Optima Flush Casement Window’s design is based on a British timber cottage window. It has features including a traditional putty line sash, a traditional wide bottom sash rail and slim depth sashes, which all mean it looks perfectly at home in UK properties.
But despite the classic appearance, it’s very much a 21st century window. It can achieve a U-value as low as 1.2W/m2K, which means its thermal efficiency is better than any of its rivals.
It also features a wealth of innovations that mean it’s an exceptionally versatile solution. For example, there is a night vent lock and a flipper gasket system with 90-degree moulded corners. It means the Optima Flush Casement Window has effective but secure ventilation and is suitable for use in new builds as a fire egress window.
The window can be tailored to suit both heritage and modern properties. It can be partially or fully mechanically jointed and uses mechanical joint end caps for a seamless finish. There is a range of cill and glazing bars to create the perfect look. There is also a French Flush Casement option. A heritage appearance can be recreated with period hardware and by choosing from the range of ‘heritage’ colours available in Epwin Window Systems’ new colour offering. To create a modern twist, there are contemporary hardware and contemporary colour options too.
Feature-rich products are now an essential part of every fabricator and installer portfolios. And when it comes to flush casement windows, there no reason to look any further than Optima from Profile 22.