Windows

We Use the latest generation of advanced specification window profiles

Using the latest generation of advanced specification profiles, we offer a complete suite of bevelled or fully sculptured frames to compliment every style of property, period or modern Aspire to be individual create bespoke designs from our impressive choice of styles and decorative options that guarantee to enhance any property, new or old. Combining an attractive appearance with exceptional strength, increased insulation properties and fully concealed gaskets help make the perfect choice both aesthetically and economically.

 

C & A Rated Windows


Let RD Johnson & Sons improve your home with our popular double glazing – the casement window – made and fitted to our extremely high standards in UPVC. Security for your home  and virtually maintenance free.

 

 

Georgian Style Windows


At RD Johnsons & Sons we understand the importance that whilst bringing your windows up to date, we still manage to keep the period looks and character of your home. To this end we have are able to supply a range of windows that can retain the period style and finish.

 

 

UPVC Sash Windows


Our double glazed sash windows are inspired by classic designs, enhanced with modern day security features. Our sash windows come with security bolts which can limit the opening of the lower sash, making sure you are secure at all times.

 

 

Texture Frame Windows (15 Colours Available)


If you like the look of traditional painted wooden windows but want the benefits of UPVC and double glazing then you’ll be sure to find what you are looking for in our extensive ranges. The grain effect in the frame makes it almost impossible to tell these are not real wood frames.

 

 

It is usually recommended that you install double glazed windows if it is a new building or if you are replacing your existing windows altogether.

These consist of two panes of glass that have air trapped in between them. The air space is generally three-quarters of an inch thick and this air acts as an insulator.

The added insulation means that your house is protected against heat loss.

Depending on what type you choose, most will have a beneficial effect on energy savings