Wooden Window Price Calculator (Alert: this is a test release BETA version and prices may vary)
This calculator gives an instant price for bespoke wooden windows. Please choose your requirements from the drop down menus and bullet points below. First of all select the 'Window range' you require. When you have entered your requirements for a particular window click 'Add to Basket' button for a price.

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Please click , after you have chosen your window specification, for a price.

Basket price: includes VAT.
Basket Price

To obtain a price quotation for your windows 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...
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Basket Reference:
Basket Reference

Please save the basket reference. You can re-enter this reference at any point in the future to recall your basket. From there you can add to or delete from your basket. On entering your reference you must press enter.
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Window ranges

This text describes some of the range of different window pre-defined specifications you can choose from. All the ranges come with the ability to enter your window size, glazing bar type, window pattern, casement hanging and timber material.
1) The "Basic" range is the most cost effective. It has butt hinges, locking stays and fasteners, bare timber, no treatement, no glass, no glazing tape, beaded.
2) The "Painted, High Spec" range are ready to install windows which are pre-glazed and fully coated with opaque paint. It has reflex hinges, fasteners, multipoint locking.
3) The "Stained, High Spec" range is the same as the "painted, High Spec" range but the windows are coated with stain instead of opaque paint.
4) The "Extreme Durabiltiy" range is a virtual fit and forget window. There is very little maintenance. The timber used is called "accoya" which comes with a 50 year guarantee. The windows in this range have reflex hinges, multipoint locking, coated with opaque paint, fully glazed.
5) The "Custom Build" range lets you choose your own bespoke specification with many options to choose from.
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Show Ironmongery Button

The "show ironmongery" button switches between on and off to showing all the window specification symbols on the window diagram.
This text refers to the symbols and abbreviations that shown in 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.
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Window Type

From this menu you can choose the type of window you require. The types that are available from this calculator are as follows:-

1) The "Stormproof" window is the most common construction type of wooden windows due to it being the most cost effective. All stormproof windows have their casements protruding outwardly from the frame. We manufacture many patterns in this type.
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2) The "traditional" window is more expensive and is mainly used in conservation areas. All traditional windows have their casements flush with the frame. In general there are not many patterns to choose from in this type.

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Choose your window pattern(handing is changeable) Close Pattern Number : 10 Pattern Number : 20 Pattern Number : 55 Pattern Number : 60 Pattern Number : 75 Pattern Number : 95 Pattern Number : 110 Pattern Number : 130 Pattern Number : 140 Pattern Number : 150 Pattern Number : 120 Pattern Number : 100
   
Window Pattern

This menu is where you choose your window pattern. Casements are symbolised by the triangles spanning the apertures in the diagrams. The ironmongery and handing of the casements are chosen from later menus. There are far more patterns available in the stormproof type than the traditional type.
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Glazing bar type

There are three options to choose from in this menu as follows. (You can select how many bars you have in each panel by selecting the "Custom Build" range.)
1) No glazing bars.
2) Real glazing bars split the panel up into smaller panes of glass. Each piece of glass has to be beaded in. Real glazing bars are thicker than the imitation bars.
3) Imitation Stick on glazing bars which give the appearance of real glazing bars. The glass panel is one big piece with infills where the bars are. This type of glazing bar is far thinner that the real glazing bar option and has a more ornate appearance. If the window is being treated with opaque paint we use bars made from Accoya.

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Glazing bar style

This option is concerned with how the glazing bars, mullions and transoms line up with each other to form three style options as follows:-
1) Centre Bar: This is where glazing bars and transoms form a bar that extends horizontally through the centre of the window.
2) Centre Bar: This is where glazing bars, transoms and mullions form a cross in each section of the window.
3) Georgian: This is where the glazing bars, form small panes.

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Equalise Glass

The "Equalise Glass" button switches between glass apertures across all panels being equalised and not.
     Equalise Mullion(s)? 
Equalise Mullions

The "Equalise Mullions" button switches between mullion apertures being equalised and not.
   
Equalise Transom

The "Equalise Transom" button switches between transom apertures being equalised and not.
   

Window Width:
Window Height :
Window Height and Width

This is where you enter the external size of your window. These are the overall measurements of your window. Enter your measurement into the box and press enter for each measurement. If you dont know your window size you will need to meaure your brick work aperture and minus off 5mm from both dimensions which will give a clearance of 2.5mm around the whole window. If your brickwork is uneven then you can allow even more clearance if you feel it is needed. There are size limitations depending on the window pattern selected. Mastic filler is used to close the gap between the window and the surrounding brickwork.
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Timber Species: 
Timber Species

This drop down menu is where you select your timber species. The timbers we use are as follows:-
1) Softwood
The most common timber we use is softwood due to it's cost effectiveness. It isn't as durable as hardwood but with modern timber window design and treatments a softwood window could last just as long as a hardwood window. The advantage of sotwood over hardwoods is that it is a better insulator and thus gives higher energy ratings.
2) Accoya
Accoya is a timber which has been chemically altered to achieve a high durability and stability. The manufacturer is so confident they guarantee it for 50 years. There is virtually no season movement in the timber which means it doesn't need repainting as often. Accoya is initially expensive but future maintenance expenses are very low. Please google 'Accoya' to read up about it.
3) Sapele
Sapele is a mahogany hardwood which is usually deep reddish brown. It is characterised by a marked and regular stripe, particularly pronounced on quarter-sawn surfaces. Occasionally, mottle figure is present. It is fairly close textured and the grain is interlocked. Its density is about 640 kg/m³ when kiln dried. Sapele will take most stains and polishes well. It is a good hardwearing hardwood and is fairly oily which makes it very good for external joinery. Most hardwood joinery we make is made in this species. The cost of an sapele window is approximety 2 to 3 times the expensive of a softwood window.
4) Iroko
Iroko's colour is usually golden-brown, but as pictured to the left can vary quite dramatically. Most is like the bottom shade of the picture. The grain is usually interlocked and the texture is rather coarse but even, and the wood weighs on average 660 kg/m³ when dried. This timber is very durable and is quite oily. This makes it superb for all exterior joinery. With its oily properties, generally the timber will only accept stains, but can be painted with specialist primers. When selecting the timbers during manufacture we would try to minimise colour variance, but there will, undoubtedly, be some.
5) Oak
Oak is normally an attractive light brown colour and is a fairly constant shade. The graining is usually regular and quite distinctive. The density is usually 720kg/m³ when kiln dried. The timber is very durable, distinctive and will accept stains and oils very well. The cost of an oak window is approximety 3 to 4 times the expensive of a softwood window.

Please Note: All hardwoods will have varying degrees of colour variance which can be noticed where timbers meet each other. Through a process of selection this effect is reduced but it cannot be totally eradicated. Ron Currie & Sons Ltd does not guarantee colour matching. The most noticeable variance is with Iroko as pictured above. Colour variance can also be reduced through the use of dyes and stains.
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Quantity

Please enter the quantity of windows you require of this particular specification.
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Glazing Bar Quantities
Number of Bars

This section is where you select your desired number of bars. For each glazing area you need to select the number of vertical and horizontal bars.
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Horizontal bars in 1st Casement: Vertical bars in 1st Casement: Horizontal bars in 2nd Casement: Vertical bars in 2nd Casement: Horizontal bars in 3rd Casement: Vertical bars in 3rd Casement: Horizontal bars in 4th Casement: Vertical bars in 4th Casement: Horizontal bars in 1st Direct: Vertical bars in 1st Direct: 

Mullion and Transom Openings
Mullion and Transom Openings

This section is where you can enter your desired openings. This can be useful for fire exits. The mullion width is the horizontal measurement between the inside of the jamb and mullion. The transom height is the vertical measurement between the inside of the head and top side of the transom.
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Mullion width : Actual clear opening jamb to mullion:


Second Mullion width : Actual clear opening jamb to mullion:


Transom height :
Actual clear opening above transom:

Painting/Treatment

Painting/Staining :
 
Paint or Stain Options

From this menu you can select the following:-
1) "no paint/stain" : You can select this option if you want to paint/stain the windows yourself.
2) "primed" : With this option we prime the window with opaque white paint. If gives some protection against the weather until you can apply your own top coats.
3) "painted(fully finished)" : With this option we apply a complete opaque paint system fully finished.
4) "stained(fully finished)" : With this option we apply a complete transluscent stain system fully finished.

All the products we use for treatment are from a company called Teknos. We fully adhere to the manufactures instructions which form part of our quality control. The opaque system is more durable than the stained system. All the treatments are water based.
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Dipping

With this option we dip all untreated sashes and frames into a vat of preserver solution. This helps prolongue the life of your window. It is not effective on oily hardwoods as they will not absorb the treatment.
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Paint colour options :
 
Paint(Opaque) Colour Options

This menu is where you can select different colours for your window:-
1) "White(both sides)": is a standard option where we use our white paint all over the window.
2) "RAL colour" : This option is where you select a colour of your choice from a standard range of colours called RAL. Please google "RAL Colour Chart" to see the colours available. We paint the entire window with the same colour RAL with this option. Using RAL colours will be slightly more expensive than using standard white.
3) "White one side and RAL colour the other side of the window." : This option sprays one side white and the other side a RAL colour of your choice.
4) "Different RAL colour on each side of the window." : This option sprays one side one RAL colour and the other side a different RAL colour.

Please note using two colours is more expesive than a single colour due to the extra work in masking.
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Stain colour options :
 
Stain(Transluscent) Colour Options

This menu is where you can select different colours for your window:-
1) "Same Colour Stain both sides of window": is a standard option where we apply a stain colour of your choice all over the entire window.
2) "Different colour stain either side of window." : This option is where we apply two different stain colours to either side of the window.

There is no standard colour system for stains. We have a colour chart that we can post to you so you can choose a colour.
Please note using two colours is more expesive than a single colour due to the extra work in masking.
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Glass Options
Glass Specification

The glass we use in our windows are 24mm thick. All our windows are designed to accept a maximum of 24mm units. All panes are 4-16-4mm unless safety glass is needed and the pane is too small to toughen, in which case the unit will be 6-12-6mm. All panes are argon filled, have warm edge spacing, soft coat inner pane, low iron outer pane. The only time this changes is for obscure glass and then we cannot use low iron on the outer pane.
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 Glass supplied? 
Glass Supplied

This button switches between having and not having glass supplied. A later option will let you have the choice on whether you want the glass fitted or supplied loose for you to fit. If you choose to have your glass supplied loose you will need to opt for our glazing tape.
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Imitation Bar Adhesive Tape Supplied

This button switches between having and not having imitation bar adhesive tape supplied. If you are having imitation bars and not having us glaze your window you will need to opt for our imitation bar adhesive glazing tape. It comes on a roll and you have to apply it to the glass and bar correctly. This tape sticks the imitation bars to the glass. If we are glazing the window we will automatically use this tape.
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Glazing tape

This button switches between having and not having glass adhesive tape supplied. If you are having glass but not having us glaze your window you will need to opt for our glazing tape. It comes on a roll and you have to apply it to the glass and bar correctly. This tape sticks the glass to the frame or casement. If we are glazing the window we will automatically use this tape.
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Glass Spacer Bar Colour

As the glass is double glazed there are spacer bars that hold the two panes apart to for the air cavity between them. These bars run around the perimeter of the glass and also follow the imitation bars if you have opted for them. As you can see these bars through the glass you can colour them to suit your finish of timber. Black is the standard colour and is suitable in any circumstance. White and grey colours are also available.


Safety Glass Options
Safety Glass Options

This section lets you select which glass panel you need to be safety glass. Check with your building regulations whether you need safety glass. For speed you could google something like "safety glass rules uk" to find the information. When it comes to real glazing bars you can select which panes you need to be safety glass.


Enter number of top panes in top row of direct panel that need to be toughened :
Enter number of bottom panes in bottom row of direct panel that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner panes in direct panel that need to be toughened :
Enter number of panes that need to be toughened :


Casement One glass toughened.
Enter number panes in left hand casement first column that needs to be toughened :
Enter number panes in right hand casement last column that needs to be toughened :
Enter number panes in right hand casement that need to be toughened : Enter number of top panes in top row of casement that need to be toughened :
Enter number of bottom panes in bottom row of casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner panes in casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Outer panes in top row of casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner panes in casement that need to be toughened :
Enter number of Outer Inner panes in casement that need to be toughened :
Enter number of Outer Bottom Corner panes in casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Outer Top Corner panes in casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner-Inner Top Corner panes in casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner Top panes in casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner Bottom Corner panes in casement that need to be toughened :


Enter number panes in right hand casement that need to be toughened : Enter number of top panes in top row of casement that need to be toughened :
Enter number of bottom panes in bottom row of casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner panes in casement that need to be toughened :
Enter number panes in left hand casement first column that needs to be toughened :
Enter number panes in right hand casement last column that needs to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner panes in casement that need to be toughened :


Enter number panes in right hand casement that need to be toughened : Enter number of top panes in top row of casement that need to be toughened :
Enter number of bottom panes in bottom row of casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner panes in casement that need to be toughened :


Enter number of top panes in top row of casement that need to be toughened :
Enter number of bottom panes in bottom row of casement that need to be toughened :

Enter number of Inner panes in casement that need to be toughened :

Glass Pattern:
 
Glass Pattern

This option lets you choose between clear and obscured glass.
   
Glass Fitted

This option lets you choose between having us fit and or not fit your glass. We will only fit glass to fully finished windows. If we fit your glass all glazing tapes will be included in the price. The disadvantage to having glass fitted by us is that it makes the window difficult to transport. It is easier to transport the glass loose. The advantage to having us fit the glass is that we do it under factory controlled conditions to an exact procedure.
  Note:Glass will be supplied loose for you to fit.

Handing
Handing

Casements are hung in window frames using hinges so it can be opened unless it is a dummy casement which is fixed shut. Dummy casements cannot be opened and are installed mainly for aesthetics. The handing of the window describes how the casement opens. The terminology we use to express the handing of a casement is 'left hung', 'right hung' and 'top hung'. A 'left hung' casement means that it is hinged on the left side of the casement when looking at it from the outside. In the window diagram the handing of a casement would be represented by a triangle within the aperture. The tip of the triangle touches the side on which the casement is hinged. A dummy casement is represented by a cross.
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Casement 1 handing:   Casement 2 handing:  

Casement 3 handing:
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Cill Option

This button lets you select between having and not having a cill. The purpose of a cill is protect the masonary below. You may already have a stone cill or tiled cill so you might not need a timber cill. Our standard timber cill protrudes 69mm from the outer surface of the frame.
   
Vented Bottom Bead Option

This button lets you select between having and not having a vented bottom bead. The purpose of a vented bottom bead is to ventilate the glazing rebate. This can ultimately prolongue the life of the window. There is already ventilation around the casing rebates anyway so some people deem vented bottom beads unecessary and not traditional looking. Hardwoods and Accoya are so durable that it is arguable that they do not need them. Softwood windows would benefit from having a vented bottom bead. The majority of our windows are made without bottom beads.
   
Trickle Vent Option

This button lets you select between having and not having a trickle vents. They are installed into the head of the window frame and mostly concealed by a drip. The purpose of having trickle vents is to allow ventillation into a room. If there is already enough ventilation into a room you will not need trickle vents.
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Trickle Vent Colour Option

This menu is where you select your trickle vent colour. If we are staining the window for you we will fit a brown vent. If we are painting the window for you in white we use a white vent. If we are not coating the window then you can choose white or brown.
   
Drip Option

This button lets you select between having and not having a drip installed. Our drips are made from the same timber as the rest of the window. A drip is fixed to the top of the window frame and helps deflects water. It also helps conceal trickle vents. It is compulsory if you are having trickle vents. It is not essential if you are not having trickle vents.
A drip will be installed on this window to incorporate the trickle vents you have selected.

Ironmongery Options
Ironmongery Options

This section concerns the different types of hinges and locks available.

Hinges
There are two hinges types to choose from : basic butt hinges and friction hinges. They are described below:-
1)Basic Butt Hinges are the cheepest but will always need a stay to secure the casement when it is in an open position.
2)Friction hinges are more expensive but they are the most convenient as the user can push the casement into and open position and it will stay there without the need for a stay. There are three types of friction hinge: "Regular", "Egress" and "Egress easy clean". The regular version is suitable for all situations apart from easy exit as the casement will open into the middle of the aperture thus blocking anybody trying to exit. An Egress friction hinge allows the casement to move over to one side when the casment is open thus allowing for an unobstructed exit. An Egress friction hinge with an easy clean facility has a release button to swing the casement over into the middle for cleaing the outside.

Locking Type
There are two locking types: "Basic locking" and "Multipoint locking":-
1) "Basic locking" : This involves the casement fasteners and stays being lockable.
2) "Multi-point locking" : Along the length of the locking component there are three or two locking points which is far more secure than "Basic locking".


Ironmongery Finish :  

Fastener/Stay Colour Choice

The pictures below are for illustration only. The colour and shape of the ironmongery may vary.

Brass

Polished Chrome

Satin Chrome

Black Antique Scroll

Black Curly Tail

Pewter Antique Curly Tail

White



General Casement Ironmongery   

Hinges :  Basic locking will be supplied with basic hinges.

Locking type :
 

1st Casement Ironmongery   

Hinges :   Friction hinge type :  

Locking type :   Basic stay and basic fastener colour: brass


2nd Casement Ironmongery

Hinges :  
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3rd Casement Ironmongery

Hinges :  0 Friction hinge type :  

Locking type :   Basic stay and basic fastener colour: brass


4th casement ironmongery

Hinges :  0 Friction hinge type :  

Locking type :   Basic stay and basic fastener colour: brass

Draught seal colour: 
Draught Seal Colour Option

This menu is where you can select your draught seal colour. Draught seal goes around the perimeter of a casement to stop draught getting in. It is black as standard as this colour goes with anything. When the casement is in the closed position you can see the edge of the draught seal which is why it is coloured. You have the choice of white or black.


Internal moudling detail: 
Internal Mould Pattern

This menu is where you can select your internal mould pattern.

Window name(optional) :
Window Names

If you have a large amount of windows it can make it easier to name them, e.g, bedroom, kitchen etc... If we ever need to talk to you about a particular window in your basket we can refer to it by the name you have given it. On entering your window name press enter. Window names are optional.
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