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Hardwood frames are considered the most visually pleasing of all double glazing materials and are sometimes the only option for listed buildings or properties in conservation areas.

It’s important to remember if thinking about timber double glazing that this involves true craftsmanship. In essence they are bespoke frames made for your windows by professional joiners and as such require a significant investment and regular maintenance.

Wooden double glazing is especially aesthetically pleasing, while providing fantastic energy efficiency. They’re also fully recyclable, making them environmentally friendly.

Wooden frames need proper care and attention to prevent rotting, which could involve sanding, filling, patching and painting. It’s recommended to have annual maintenance and repaint every three to five years.

Other double glazed windows options include UPVC double glazing or aluminium double glazing frames.