Window Sills Dorset
Our window sills are available in a range of different styles and colours. Our boards can be used to replace existing damaged boards or we stock a range of capping boards. Our Bullnose window boards are used mainly in new installations or to replace existing worn or damaged sills. Our square edged window sills are normally used to cap over existing sills, creating a new look with minimal fuss.
We stock a selection of related products including skirting boards and trims to further enhance your project. The bullnose and square edged sills are stocked in two different materials, UPVC and Laminated. The UPVC board has a solid foam centre with a hard UPVC shell outer. Our laminate board has a compressed chipwood centre, covered with an extremely high quality foil laminate.
The finishes of both products are of a high quality and have a similar performance. Both styles are waterproof and scratch resistant, giving you piece of mind. No maintenace is required and all our sills can be cleaned using soapy water and a sponge.
Window sills are available in a range of widths between 150mm and 900mm, in standard lengths of 5 metre. Our 900mm product is only available in 3m lengths due to carriage restrictions.
A full range of supporting products are stocked including jointing profiles, sill caps, glues, fixings and mastics.
Window sills are stocked in a stunning range of effects including Rosewood, Natural Oak, Golden Oak, Mahogany and High Gloss White. Our boards have been the market leader for a number of years due to their quality and durability.
This product is one of our most popular and is stocked accordingly. Collection can be made from any number of our fifty or so trade counters. Next day delivery is almost always available on this line for orders before 3pm.
For any further information or to check existing stock levels, please call our customer services team or sales department.
We look forward to assisting you with your plastic enquiries. If you have any questions please call us today on: 0845 505 1840 to find out more.