What are Window Surrounds?
Window surrounds can include cills, jambs, heads, mullions, transoms and label moulding and are used to define the window opening. Cills would be stooled where the jambs sit on the flat surface of the cill. Cast stone bays can be used to accentuate and create a prominent design feature for the windows. Keystones can also be used to add a focal point to a window. Styles of windows surrounds have evolved significantly over time, dating back to pre-16th century, Italian renaissance and 19th century gothic architecture, meaning all components of a window surround can be manufactured to suit a range of project designs.
Key Features / Benefits
- Enhance the design of a building’s facade
- Can be structural to support masonry above them
- Provide weatherproofing function to window
- Available in a range of standard and bespoke profiles and sizes
- Available in a range of colours and finishes
Our technical team can provide expert advice for stonework and fixing design.
Cast Stone Window Surrounds / Project Gallery
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Colours and finishes to suit any project
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Cast stone is made from natural aggregates that may vary in colour. To see a true likeness of colour, please contact us to order a sample.
Technical / Documentation
To support you in the early stages of designing your project, we have a range of standard details and technical fixings guides, as well as some other useful documents regarding cleaning, maintenance and material specifications.
We'd love to hear from you
To request a sample or simply to speak to a member of our team, contact our office and they will be happy to support you and answer any questions. Get in touch via phone or email Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm