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Heritage Windows

The Heritage 2800 windows and doors are a modern shape that has smooth contours and rounded edges. It is a profile that has character and are well suited to period properties.

With these windows and doors being installed within a large number of older properties, it is important that they are to the highest thermal efficiency to counteract the lack of insulation within these properties.  The Heritage windows and doors are engineered to the same high standards as the Traditional 2500 and uses much of the same technology within them. This guarantees superior performance and achieve an A+ energy rating. Using ‘Weatherseal’ technology, and clever manufacturing techniques, we are able to provide the extremely high weather performance ratings to ensure to get the highest insulation for your property. When our Heritage window frames are coupled with our 28mm double glazing, they reach a level of energy efficiency that is unrivalled by other windows. The Heritage windows will increase the energy efficiency of the whole room so you can begin saving money instantly.

The Heritage 2800 windows have been designed for use in period properties and properties with a lot of character. The smooth soft edges and rounded corners help them to blend into their environment whilst still retain maximum functionality. They can be styled with a choice of 9 ‘wood like’ effect colours, flat white or textured white. Our windows can be manufactured with either the ‘360 colour’ meaning that every part of the window is coloured to match your chosen colour, or with a coloured exterior keeping the interior white so you can decorate your home without worry of it clashing with your windows. With a range of hardware, you can truly make your windows unique.

Ensuring that windows and doors are secure can be a major deterrent to opportunistic thieves and burglars. With multi-point locking systems and shoot bolts as standard on all of our Windows and Doors, you can be guaranteed to feel secure when these are installed in your home. With the added benefits of ‘Secured by Design’ as an optional extra, you really can be assured that your home is as secure as it can be.

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Choose Your Window

Where to start?

Start by taking measurements of your windows. When doing this, consider the amount of frame behind the plaster work and under the window board. Windows are best measured from outside but quotes can be done using rough measurements taken from inside. When taking measurements, it is better to over measure than under measure. This is because of limitations being very strict on windows. Another measurement you will need to take, other than just the height and width, is the height from the internal floor level. This is for regulations purposes relating to the glass that must be used in windows below 80cm from the floor.

Which window style?

We have two main window styles, the 2500 traditional style with clean chamfered edges, and the 2800 heritage style with a rounded bevelled frame which is best suited to period properties, or homes that are looking to achieve character. There is no performance or cost difference to these windows, they are only designed to give a choice in designs.

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Which window configuration?

Many people keep the same window configuration as was there previously or match in with the rest of the home. Other prefer to be bold and different and change the configuration completely. Some prefer more glass and less openers (sashes), whilst other prefer the flexibility of having more openers. See below some examples of different configurations.

What window colour?

Our windows come with a choice of 9 ‘wood like’ effect colours. These include Light Oak, Golden Oak, Cream, Nut tree, Rosewood, Chartwell Green, Anthracite Grey, Black and White. In addition to these, we also offer a flat white frame. These can be manufactured with same colour externally and internally or, if desired, we can manufacture all our windows with a coloured exterior and a white interior.

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Window hardware?

We offer a range of hardware, some are purely functional whilst others are aesthetical. Handles are the most popular choice for upgrading with a choice of styles and colours. Some of the hardware upgrades are regulation related and must be done by law. The most common upgrade for this relates to habitable rooms (bedrooms) where fire escape hinges must be used. It is also possible to upgrade the frame to a reinforced frame for security and longevity.

Glass options?

Glass possibly has the most options to choose from. The first choice being double or triple glazing. Double glazing is still the most popular option and is widely considered the best value for money still. There is the option of security glass, solar control, self-cleaning, anti-sun bleach, noise insulation and various other options. There’s also the design aspect of the glass with the options of Georgian bar, astragal bar, square lead or diamond lead, obscure glass, patterned glass and clear glass. If you require any help with the choices available, our team are always happy to help.

Need us to install?

If you can fit windows yourself or have a builder or window fitter already, we are happy to work with you on a supply only basis. If you need us to install the windows for you, we have a team of specialist window fitters that have many years of expertise under their belts. They have and continue to undertake work on a wide spectrum of complexity. This ranges from single window replacements all the way through to quite large commercial projects. You can rest assured that you are in safe hands when you work with us.

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"Can you please pass on my thanks to everyone for the brilliant service. The installation went very smoothly and my builder was very impressed with the whole day. We love the finished product and the integrated blinds especially look fantastic."

Mark Geraghty

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