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A window of opportunity

The Origin Window is full of innovative and industry-leading details

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Origin, the leading British manufacturer of bi-folding and residential doors, windows and blinds, is continuously pushing the limits of style, security and thermal performance. Its products show that innovation in its DNA, and the Origin Window is no exception.

A flush casement, inside and out

Clean and simple, the Origin Window offers an industry unique internal and external flush casement. The strength of the aluminium frame allows for slim sightlines, and with the edge of the frame as little as 50mm from the glass, it means less window and more light.

Thermal efficiency

It is the only window in the UK that can be upgraded to Aerogel, which boasts the lowest thermal conductivity of any solid material. Just 10mm in the thermal break can boost thermal efficiency by up to 67%. When combined with the Origin Window, it delivers an A++ energy rating and certified 0.9 U-value.

Superior security

Every Origin Window is installed with Yale’s renowned Encloser Lock, which features bi-directional locking technology. It also uses the highest grade stainless steel hinges, making it one of the most secure systems on the market.

Unparalleled product quality

Origin is able to offer an industry-leading 20-year guarantee on the window. Plus, it’s finished with a durable, scratch resistant powder coating, making it smooth to touch yet highly resilient to the elements.

Unmatched lead time

The Origin Window is available on an unrivalled one-week lead time in 11 popular colours, and a three-week lead time for a further 150 shades.

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For more information and technical support visit www.origin-global.com​​.


 

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