Choose your window options from below before clicking "Add window to basket".
Delete unwanted windows from the basket. Please click Add window to basket for a price. Total Basket Price: inc. VAT. The first window is more expensive than subsequent windows. Basket Price
This price is for all the windows in your basket all totalled up. It is not for each window. To obtain a price quotation please procede as follows for each of your windows:- 1) Select your window option choices and enter your sizes from the menus below. 2) Click the "Add window to Basket" button. You will notice that there is now a "Basket price" where previously it was zero. Also, at the bottom of the page, you will see that your window has been added to your basket. If you make a mistake you can always delete the window from your basket if you no longer require it. 3) Repeat 1) and 2) until you have entered all your windows into the basket. Setup Charge For the first window entered into the basket there is always a setup charge. Consecutive windows will not incur this setup charge. This charge covers things like setting up machines etc... info! Basket Reference
You can re-enter this reference at any point in the future to recall your basket. On entering your reference you must press enter. info!
Press this button to show casement handing, hinges, glass etc.. in the window diagram.
'Show Ironmongery' Button The "show ironmongery" button shows all the window specification symbols on the window diagram. Each casement is labeled "case: 1", "case: 2", "case: 3" etc.. on the top rail of each casement. Colour codes: "BL" = Black, "WH" = White, "BR" = Brass, "CR" = Chrome, "SC" = Satin Chrome, "BA" = Black Antique, The ironmongery colour code is in the top left corner of each casement which is to the left of the casement number. "D/S" : Draught seal colour. "SdTap:" : Perimeter glazing tape, is it supplied with the window? Ys(Yes) or No. "ImiTap:" : Imitation bar stick on tape, is it supplied with the window? Ys(Yes) or No. "Stormproof" : Protruding casement design. "Traditional" : Flush casement. "Mould:" : The internal decorative timber edge pattern, e.g., "ovalo" "Spacer:" : The colour of the internal glass spacer if glass if present. "TVent:" : Colour of trickle vents if supplied. The triangle points to where the casement pivots when it opens. A cross means it is a dummy. The thin black vertical line on the far left of the diagram indicates dipping. The thin black vertical line on the far right of the diagram indicates the type of opaque/paint treatment if any. The thin black horizontal line on the absolute bottom of the diagram indicates the type of transluscent treatment if any. Butt hinges are shown as short thin lines on the pivot edge of the casement. Reflex hinges are shown as long thin lines on the edge of the casement. Multipoint locking is shown as three short lines on the closing edge of the casement. The drip is illustrated as a shaded horizonal strip at the top of the window if present. The cill is illustrated as a shaded horizonal strip at the bottom of the window if present. Trickle vents are shown as black lines at the bottom of the drip if present. If glass is not supplied then the glazing areas of the diagram will be white. If glass is supplied loose then the glazing areas of the diagram will be light blue. If glass is supplied fitted then the glazing areas of the diagram will be dark blue. Toughened glass is represented by vertical lines.(in the case of real glazing bars, not all the panes will be necessary toughened even though striped). Obscure glass is represented by horizontal lines. Stays and fasteners are illustrated by thickish black lines on the stiles and bottom rails of casements. The handing of casements are represented by a triangle within the casement. The tip of the triangle touched where the casement pivots. A cross represents a dummy.