In-House Manufactured Windows
Quickslide are expert manufacturers of historic and heritage windows. This includes our Georgian windows, which are fantastic as a timber replica on older builds with outdated, original systems. Our Georgian vertical sliding designs come with all the hardware and features as you’d expect from any Quickslide sash window or casement window. Our West Yorkshire team have years of experience manufacturing and supplying windows for Georgian renovations.
Georgian Window Materials
Original Georgian windows were made from timber, which can be hard to maintain. Our high quality Georgian style windows are available in uPVC or aluminium. Both are long lasting, easy to maintain and look chic and stylish. Our uPVC systems specifically are available with a wood effect foil making them look and feel like traditional timber windows from the Georgian era.
Georgian Window Designs
Sliding sash windows have been a very popular choice right from the Georgian period through to the early 20th century. As demand for heritage has returned, sliding sash windows in modern materials have become immensely popular. The main feature of these windows is the Georgian full grid bar layout, which is available across all our window ranges, including our Legacy vertical sliders.
Our Georgian windows come with innovative weather protection components to keep the elements at bay. Regardless of whether a uPVC or an aluminium system is specified, the windows will provide an enhanced weather performance compared with original timber. Homeowners shouldn’t have to be troubled by damp, mould or leaking.
Our Georgian windows can deliver the same outstanding thermal performance as any other style including our sliding sash windows. Georgian design windows can achieve U-values as low as 1.4W/m2K and ‘A’ Window Energy Ratings with the right specifications. Homeowners get the absolute best when you supply from Quickslide.
A significant upgrade on the Georgian windows of old, our new systems are available with a high security specification that has been tested to the latest PAS 24 standards. Both our uPVC and aluminium systems are discretely fitted with multi point locks. These work against forced entry, providing peace of mind for your local homeowners.
Here at Quickslide, we understand that actions speak louder than words. For this reason, every set of Georgian windows we manufacture are supported by a superb guarantee lasting up to a total ten years. When you supply through us, your customers’ investments are protected. This may make them more likely to choose you for their renovations.
Find all our marketing materials on Georgian windows here. As a trade partner, you can use these brochures, specifications, and guides to market our products better. We even have installation guides for many of our uPVC and aluminium systems.
Get a Price
We have an online quoting tool, which makes it easier than ever before to get a price for uPVC Georgian windows. Get started today by submitting your request for bespoke prices.
Find the answers to some selected questions relating to Georgian windows here. If you have anything else to ask our expert team, reach out today via our online contact form.View More FAQs
Are Georgian windows more expensive?
Yes, Georgian windows will be more expensive than your classic standard windows because they require an astragal bar grid to achieve the Georgian look.
Can you replicate traditional Georgian windows?
Yes, we have invested heavily in features that have enabled us to make windows that emulate traditional heritage frames. This includes Georgian style windows and Victorian style windows. High quality foils are available to achieve a realistic wood effect window finish.
Heritage features including Georgian bars and advanced timber look corner joint options are available across our heritage uPVC window range.
What are astragal bars?
Astragal bars are the perfect addition for any Georgian window, as they will add a stunning decorative feature for your home. Astragal bars are fitted onto the window glazing internally and externally. It will give the window a classic appearance and give the illusion of multiple panes of glass.