We offer a wide range of timber windows; styles, profiles and colours to suit the character and style of your home. Sometimes only the natural finish of traditional timber windows are acceptable. Ideal for character and listed buildings.
Our traditional timber windows, doors and conservatories are not produced in large factories by computer controlled machines, neither do we use ‘engineered timber’ that is so prevalent today – primarily used to hide the younger timber more commonly available.
Instead, our windows are custom-made by experienced craftsmen, using age old traditional techniques and skills. The timber used is solid hardwood in choice of species, seasoned and milled ready for your bespoke timber window, door and conservatory requirements.
This timber is procured only from sustained and cultivated forests, all of which adhere to strict worldwide environmental guidelines. The only break from tradition is the modern hardware that we employ for increased security and reduced maintenance, although hidden from view and still in keeping with the classic elegant styles, thus maintaining the traditional look and character of timber.
Please try our CAD design window configurator, a simplistic, user friendly tool to enable you to create and visualise your own window designs. Not specific to any particular product, but it will provide you with the flexibility to add or edit our profile system yourself by imputing a few dimensions. You can add any frame colour and make the frames look like PVCu, timber or aluminium. You can even superimpose these images onto a photograph of your property.
Introduce a splash of colour with any BS or RAL paint finish to create a truly individual design statement for your timber windows. A comprehensive range of colour options can be selected, ranging from soft neutral tones to bright bold shades. We can also match any Farrow & Ball colours where a traditional finish is required.
A wide range of stain options are available combined with clear timber to achieve a seamless finish. Stain takes a slightly different appearance dependent on timber specification; grain appears more prominent on hardwood where softwood results in a smoother finish.
Different paints or stains can be specified for internal or external sides giving flexibility in meeting building aesthetics as well as inside decor.
To achieve our fully factory finished products, our timber windows undergo a four stage treatment process in the appearance of the products, ensuring our high specification benchmark is adhered to.
Our timber windows ironmongery collection incorporates a vast assortment of window and door furniture ranging from traditional classical designs to the latest designer styles.
Contemporary pieces are finished in stainless steel and chrome whilst a selection of antique black and brass ironmongery complete the look.
The U value of a window is greatly improved with glazing which has an invisible soft-coat low e-coating and argon gas filled units. Interior heat is reflected back into a room and can reduce the amount of energy lost from a window by up to 75%.
Planitherm Ultra N (Low e) glass from Saint Gobain is supplied as standard on all double and triple glazed units. Soft coat low-e glass combined with argon gas filled ultis can make a home twice as energy efficient as older glazing untis with no low-e coating.
In addition to a Planitherm Ultra N (Low e) coating all standard Bereco products are manufactured with double glazed, argon filled units to reduce heat loss.
To understand how Planitherm Total+ helps to contribute to our ‘A’ Rating on PlatinumNRG windows take a look at our video opposite.
Based in Haywards Heath, we design and install stunning PVCu Windows throughout the whole of West Sussex and East Sussex, down as far south as Seaford, Brighton and Worthing, up to Pulborough and Horley in Mid Sussex. Across to East Grinstead, down to Crowborough and Uckfield, including all the surrounding towns and pretty villages of Sussex.