Porthole Windows

Porthole Window

A porthole – sometimes called a ‘bull’s eye window’ – is just one example of the round window frames that we supply here at ArcOframe. With a classic circular frame, porthole windows offer a superb alternative to traditional square or rectangular windows and are guaranteed to make a statement in any room.

The porthole window is often used on boats and barges, but more and more homes are choosing to install round windows to add a unique sense of style to their property. Choosing something different, like one of our innovatively designed UPVC porthole window frames, will allow you to transform your space into something unique and modern.

We supply an unlimited choice of designs and finishes. Each porthole window frame – whether it be a round window, oval window or circular window – is fitted with adjustable friction and safety restrictors as standard. You also have the option of adding lockable security catches to enhance security further.

All our contemporary UPVC porthole window frames are fabricated from top quality materials and are installed by industry experts.

If you need to know more about the porthole windows and round frames that we supply at ArcOframe, please give us a call on 01744 615 111 and our team of friendly experts will be more than happy to help.

FAQ’s

1. What are porthole windows?

Porthole windows are a type of round window – commonly found on ships and boats. However, increasingly more people are choosing to install porthole windows at home to create a unique boat-like ambience.

Are you looking to add a unique touch to your home from both the interior and exterior? Our porthole windows are an excellent choice. Why not join thousands of happy customers and choose ArcOframe for your porthole windows?

2. Do porthole windows open?

Yes – here at ArcOframe, we create porthole windows that can be easily opened and closed. When open, they permit light and fresh air to enter and provide a strong, water-tight and weather-tight barrier when closed.

All our porthole windows are fitted with adjustable friction and safety restrictors as standard, and optional lockable catches are available if you’d like to add an extra layer of security to your home.

3. Where are porthole windows installed?

A porthole window can transform a plain room into a unique space, creating the illusion of being on a cruise ship. Many people use them in the home as a focal point, whilst others use them as artwork to frame the view of outdoors – be it a beautiful lake or the bright lights of the city.

Bathrooms tend to be the most popular location for porthole windows as they let a lot of light in. But this isn’t to say you can’t use them in the living room, kitchen, bedrooms – or even on the ceiling to brighten up a dark or dull space! Porthole windows also look great when they’re used to line the walls of a staircase. They draw light in and create the illusion of more space.