Window muntins

Window muntins are the frames that are used to separate small panes of glass and hold them together in order to make large windows. Back in the day, window muntin bars were inherent structural elements of windows, but nowadays, they are installed mostly for decorative purposes.

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Why choose window muntins?

Muntins can provide your home with a unique charm both outside and inside, which can make all the difference when you need that elegant, dignified look that only the old houses have. If you own a wooden house or a renovated historic building (eg. an old villa or a noble manor house), muntins will help you emphasize its character. Of course, window muntins can also be used in some modern designs – you just have to be very careful when choosing them in order to not ruin the overall feeling.

What types of muntin bars are available at Fenbro?

Our offer of window muntins consists of two options:

  • glued-on muntin bars (sometimes referred to as a fake window muntin) – they are glued to the surface of the glass and perfectly imitate the original form of window muntins;
  • inside-glazing muntin bars – these muntins are “hidden” between the glass panes, which makes them a perfect choice for those who prefer easy cleaning and maintenance.

Apart from Windows and Doors, Fenbro also offers a wide range of windows accessories as well as the best fitting services and customer support. If you want to get a free quote, just contact the Fenbro sales team, and we will have it ready for you in just 48 hours!

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It’s the time it takes to produce your ordered joinery.

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