Investing in replacement windows immediately enhances the appearance of any home, reduces heating bills and improves security, making this an essential lifestyle purchase.
Morton have developed a vast range of window styles and finishes, including those that complement period properties, so there will be an option to suit your taste and your home.
Today’s technology means you can enjoy an easy life, thanks to largely maintenance-free windows with energy-efficient profiles, excellent noise-reduction properties and tinted stay-clean glass.
Morton also provides a selection of superb security features, such as child-resistant hinges, multi-point shootbolt locking, reinforced frames, stainless steel fixings and internal beading, as well as special hinges to allow escape in the event of a fire.
Quality furniture and hardware
Morton’s windows are fitted with your choice from a complementary range of technically advanced, ergonomically-designed handles in a variety of colours. Whichever you choose, it will meet the requirements of the Association of British Insurers and be packed with important features such as: a top-quality automatic locking system; a simple push-to-open operation for easy release in the event of an emergency and concealed fixings.
Morton takes the issue of security for your home very seriously, that’s why our windows:
- Feature high-impact UPVC fully-welded frames with galvanised steel re-inforcements;
- have high-security stainless steel friction hinges and automatic locking handles;
- include a series of deadbolts that locate into steel keeps around the perimeter of all opening vents. These operate simultaneously at the turn of a handle;
- are glazed using a security bead from the inside of the property.
The filtering effect of Pilkington ‘K’ glass
Thanks to the technical expertise and extensive research and development, Pilkington’s ‘K’ glass lets shortwave radiation (warmth from the sun) pass through your windows, but longwave radiation (heat from your radiators) is reflected back into your room.
As a result, this glass reduces carbon dioxide emissions and makes a significant contribution to the reduction of condensation, so it’s better for the environment generally and directly benefits you.
Building regulations - Document ‘L’
Document ‘L’ building regulations set standards for energy efficiency in relation to the Kyoto Agreement’s drive to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions, such as Carbon Dioxide. Used with the correct glazing specifications, Morton’s windows and doors meet these regulations.
Morton: FENSA member 14740
The fenestration self-assessment scheme (FENSA) is part of the Government’s response to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions like carbon dioxide, as set out in the Kyoto Agreement. Replacement doors and windows must be fitted by a FENSA-registered company; this means all Morton’s installations:
- Comply with building regulations document ‘L’ (conservation of fuel and power) and document ‘N’ (safety glazing);
- include an insurance-backed warranty