Introducing The Origin French Window

The ideal option for opening up those views without any obstructions.

The Origin French Window

Combing style with modern living, the Origin french window helps bring natural light into your home. The mullion is fixed to the frame meaning it can be opened without obstruction. The Origin french window can also be specified as an emergency exit which is one of its’ security features. There are over 150 RAL colours to choose from, so you will be sure to find a colour that is right for you.

Why choose the Origin French Window?


Up To A 20
Year Guarantee

High Grade

Tight Seals

Internal And External
Flush Casement


150 RAL




Uninterupted views

By removing the fixed mullion there are no barriers between the inside and outside of your property. The mullion is connected to the sash, giving the look of a traditional window. The friction hinges allow the user to choose how far the window opens and also removes the need for hooks or catches.




Keep your family safe

Safety is an important feature of the Origin french window. It is specified as an emergency exit so should you need to vacate your home in emergency this can be done quickly and easily. 


First class strength

Security and strength are at the core of all Origin doors and windows. Made from premium aluminium billets, our windows are made to stand the test of time. Featuring the unique locking system you can sit back and relax in the knowledge you and your family are safe and secure.




Security conscious

A feature of the Origin french window is the four-point locking mechanism. The addition of high grade stainless  steel hinges makes this window system extremely secure. Let Lincolnshire Bi-folding Doors, manufacture and install one of the most secure windows around.

Lower energy bills

We are all becoming more environmentally aware and energy efficiency is high up on the list when it comes to new windows for your home. Our french window, exceeds energy efficiency ratings set by current building regulations. In addition to being warm in winter and cool in summer, you can expect a reduction in your energy bills too.


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