Odd-Leg Casement Windows in High Wycombe

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Odd-Leg Casement Windows are the perfect window solution for park homes manufacturers and distributors

At Bahama in High Wycombe we have the knowledge and expertise to supply your every UPVC window need - no-matter whatever the style or size of the mobile or park home,.

Our Odd-Leg Casement window are supplied in one of two frame depths which suit most wall thicknesses. We offer a variety of designs to please even the most demanding customer. A range of colours and finishes is available including the popular Grey, Anthracite grey, Chartwell Green, Painswick, Duck Egg Blue, Light oak and Oak colours- and a huge number more

Conforming to the standards required by the park homes manufacturers' regulatory body, windows can be supplied with non-locking handles, 90 degree hinges and the appropriate trickle vents in one complete delivery to ensure your park home production schedule runs uninterrupted.

The Odd-Leg windows and doors can be used to refurbish static caravans and mobile homes. This upgrades the look, and warmth of the home by replacing worn or tired looking windows with a modern choice of wood-grains and coloured windows in ivory, green, grey or black, giving a new lease of life to your caravan or mobile home.

Stringent quality checks ensure manufacturing is to ISO:9001 requirements and our Casement windows can be accredited with Secured by Design status too. With all products covered by our comprehensive 10 year warranty, Bahama can supply to the local trade in Beds, Bucks, Herts and Oxon.

The living environment of the caravan and mobile home will also see an improvement by keeping the caravan cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter months by using Planitherm Total Plus with our double and triple glazed windows.

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