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Our Georgian style windows are ideal for new build developments.

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The Georgian style windows on this new build development in show that it is possible to spruce up uPVC windows and doors to create a more unique new build project.

This house building customer of ours Shanly Homes is a very good and long standing one. We supply and install many of their new build projects with cavity closers, uPVC windows and aluminium bifolds and aluminium sliding doors.

Like many of the other installations we have carried out for them, the idea was to use our Georgian style windows to create a more unique look as compared to the uPVC windows in many other new build developments. We call these windows our Georgian style windows, which some people may call differently. They have a single horizontal Georgian bar running across the window. As the photos demonstrate, this serves to create a more traditional look. Of course, the windows and doors still have all of the modern trimmings in terms of security and thermals.

This project arrived with us at tender stage as a pile of drawings. We got right to quoting every item on the drawings. After a couple of questions about the spec and position of trickle vents, we sent our quote back which was eventually accepted and the order was placed. We got to surveying the windows in around four visits, which is fairly normal on these big new build developments as the apertures are all ready at different times. Similarly, when it came to installing, we got everything installed in around the three or four stages that they had been surveyed in. It would be too easy if they were all ready for a measure at once!

Despite only having a couple of photos of the development, it is clear that the Georgian style windows were quite effective in differentiating the development from the stereotypical new build uPVC window look.

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