Home Building & Renovating Show NEC Birmingham

Monday, March 05th , 2018


The Bygone Collection will be on show at the NEC between 21st and 25th March this year and we would like to invite you to come and get up close to our sash windows so that you can see for yourself just what makes the windows so outstanding.

Carol Slade, Sales & Operations Director for Masterframe Windows Ltd, who manufacture the Collection said “This year we are especially proud, having recently won Timber Alternative Company 2017 in the National Fenestration Awards.  We are always saying that our sash windows are the most true to original timber alternative sash windows on the market and this award just adds an official seal to our claims. 

We will be showing off all the features that helped us win this award such as our patented Timberweld® corners, new deep cill and a surprise revelation in the use of colour to match current décor trends.  T

The Bygone Collection is designed to be as bespoke as you are.  We will happily demonstrate the many different choices available in furniture, colour, glass and design that will suit your individual style.

The Bygone Network celebrates its 20th birthday this year and with 44 professional installers nationwide you are guaranteed to receive service to match the quality of our products.”

Get your two free tickets to visit us here - Carol, John and Richard looking forward to meeting you.

Accreditations >

Learn why you get better windows because of these

  • BBA - British Board of Agrément Certified
  • ISO 9001:2015 Certified Organisation
  • SBD - Secured By Design Approved Windows
  • British Fenestration Ratings Council - A Rating
  • Energy Savings Trust Recommended Windows
  • CE Compliant Windows
  • All Bygone windows are manufactured in the UK

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