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One of the most common type of windows that you see in UK households is casement windows. It is hinged at one side and comes fitted in single or double panels. You can add additional panels as well if you want to. These come in different variations hence can be installed in any property. Opening handles can be placed on one side, both sides or at the top depending upon your requirement. Once closed, these windows are made in such a way that they are tightly sealed. This ensures high degree of insulation and energy efficiency.

We, at Shield Glazing, offer a versatile range of casement windows in different materials: aluminium, wooden & uPVC. If you are looking for a traditional look, you will either be using timber (wood) or uPVC. For a more contemporary and modern look, aluminium is the material to use. These features a range of colours for you to choose so that this gives the perfect ambiance to your place. For added insulation and heat efficiency, we offer double and triple glazing option along with the basic single one.


Most modern windows are manufactured with aluminium material. These are the slimmest frames that are highly durable. Due to the slimness, it enables additional glass which enables more light coming into your house. These require low level of maintenance.

  • Highly durable
  • Slimmest design
  • Low maintenance


These are crafted with soft or hard wood depending upon your choice. We source high-quality soft or hard wood and give extra strength through lamination. Afterwards, we apply the micro-porous paint and stain finishes to keep it protected from external elemants.

  • Soft wood or hard wood
  • Added layer of lamination for extra strength
  • Choice of paint and stain finish


If you are looking for a simple option, uPVC is the choice to make. These are highly secure with virtually no maintenance at all. uPVC is not going to rot, rust or flake. With added A++ triple glazing, these ensure highest level of thermal efficiency.

  • Most thermal efficient
  • Highest security level
  • Virtually maintenance free

Additional Options

Double Glazing

These are manufactured using a single frame and a single glazed unit. Argon gas is sandwiched between two panes of glass. It provides thermal insulation i.e. retaining heat in a room and stopping cold air to enter.

Triple Glazing

Triple glazing adds three glasses separated with two air gaps that slows down the transfer of heat and cold. The additional depth ensures significant thermal efficiency as compared to the double glazing or normal glazing option.

Noise Reduction Technology

We do have an option for acoustic glass that reduces the amount of noise that is transmitted from outside to inside the house. Basically, it is a glazing unit with a laminated pane of glass that dampen sound.

Our Partners

To ensure excellent quality, we have partnered with a dozen of suppliers that excels in providing the best materials.


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Gilbert House, 406 Roding Ln S, Woodford, Woodford Green, United Kingdom IG8 8EY

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