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Cotswolds refurbishment project

The Cotswold Casement Company have gradually worked around this lovely Cotswold property using our full refurbishment service.

Our top picks for Steel Doors

Whether you’re extending your property or you’re looking to upgrade your existing steel doors, we're sure to have something to offer.

Farmhouse Renovation with W30 Steel Windows

This old farmhouse has recently undergone a complete renovation with the whole property being stripped and refurbished to a high specification.

Transformation of swimming pool and gym building

When Mr & Mrs Braithwaite envisioned the plans for this brand-new private swimming pool and gym building, Cotswold Casements was called on to supply the steel windows and doors.

W30 Steel Windows transform Cotswolds Cottage

The W30 Window boasts a BFRC energy rating of B and keeping the slim sightlines for maximum light, Cotswold Casement Company fitted these windows into the original stone mullions, which transformed this house, whilst maintaining a traditional feel.

Featured Project | W20 Doors & Screens

Featured Project on this blog is a state of the art converted barn. This project features 1 single door and 27 screens, using our popular W20 Frames.

Thermally Broken Steel Windows and Doors

Thermally Broken Steel Windows and Doors manufactured in the Cotswolds UK, by Cotswold Casement Company.

W50 TB Windows | Everything you need to know

W50 TB Windows | Everything you need to know. Thermally broken windows. What are they and how are they any better than original Steel Window frames?

Featured Project | Interior W20 Doors & Screens

Cotswold Casement Company were instructed by their client to fit a large shape internal screen into their property. These were the final results.

Thermally Broken Windows and Doors

Thermally broken metal windows provide several benefits over non-thermally broken systems and the basic difference as stated by most experts is “improved overall thermal performance over traditional non-thermally broken systems.” The most important factor in deciding to have a thermal break to a frame is that it will conduct extremities of temperatures like heat, cold and noises a thousand times slower