In-House Manufactured Victorian Sash Windows
As one of the country’s leading manufacturers of Victorian sash windows and doors, Quickslide go above and beyond. Highly accredited and award winning, we manufacture all our Victorian sliders in-house. By choosing us, you get a reliable supply for this traditional design of window. In-house manufacturing means we can cater for custom requirements, offering homeowners bespoke Victorian sliders for their heritage property renovations.
Victorian Sash Windows Materials
Originally manufactured in hardwood or other timbers, the Victorian sliders we offer are typically made of a uPVC profile. Our Victorian sliders are easy to maintain and are available in a range of styles and finishes that mimic that of traditional timber. All windows including our Victorian sliders come with double glazing as standard, for the best performance levels.
Victorian Sash Windows Design
The most popular window style from the Victorian era is by far the sliding sash window. Victorian sliders are characterised by the popular vertical astragal bar, also known as the ‘two panes over two panes’ design. During the 19th century larger glass units became available and the complete Georgian bar grid was no longer required. With Quickslide, homeowners can maintain the unique Victorian sash windows look, without dealing with the drawbacks of old timber.
Our Victorian sliders can come with a wide range of authenticity features, such as 90 degree joints, deep bottom rail, run through sash horns, and more!
Homeowners persisting with original timber windows almost certainly face an uphill battle when the weather turns. By comparison, our aluminium and uPVC Victorian sliders offer great protection against the elements. Modern profile components and weatherseals provide long term reassurance.
With double glazing as standard and insulated frames, our Victorian sliders are also very thermally efficient. U-values of around 1.4 W/m2K can be expected from our uPVC sash window systems, with glass unit upgrades that bring that down even lower. Window Energy Ratings depend on the specification.
Our Victorian Sash windows provide peace of mind when it comes to long term home security. This symmetrical, subtle window design will include robust locking systems as standard. There is even an outstanding PAS 24 security upgrade available on request as well. Have your homeowners enquire about it today.
As with all our windows, our Victorian style systems come with a manufacturing guarantee of up to ten years. Homeowners can upgrade and renovate their older property, with peace of mind. Their investment is protected when you supply Victorian sliders as a registered Quickslide trade partner.
Gain access to our all our brochures, data sheets and guides here. As a registered trade partner, you can use our comprehensive documentation to market our windows to homeowners in your local coverage area.
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Find the answers to our most frequently asked questions for Victorian sash windows below. If you would like the answer to something else, speak to our expert team in West Yorkshire today.View More FAQs
Are bay windows Victorian?
Yes, bay windows are one of the most recognisable building elements from the Victorian era. With heritage and historic features making a comeback, bay windows are still a popular solution for recreating tradition and increasing the internal space. Bay windows are far from an outdated building feature.
How much do Victorian sliders cost?
Victorian sliders cost differing amounts depending on their dimensions and design. As each property is unique, our prices are completely bespoke.
Can you replicate traditional Victorian sliders?
We will do our best to recreate your traditional Victorian sliders. We specialise in the manufacture of victorian sash windows, as well as Edwardian, Georgian, and much more, so the odds of us being able to make a window that matches your current ones are very high.
At Quickslide, you can opt for all the Victorian sash window features found on windows from this era. These features include astragal bars, sash horns, mechanical joints, and a deep bottom rail.