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Quotation requests are required in writing and prices cannnot be provided over the phone. Trade Prices require a company letter head or purchase order.

What Information Do We Require?

In order to process your quotation request and provide you with an accurate price, we require the following information (click here to see an example of the information we need):

  • The product you wish for us to quote. (i.e. aluminium windows)
  • The system you wish for us to quote. (i.e. Premium Plus Windows)
  • The product details, including; sizes, colours, glass, styles and designs for each item.
  • Any additional information, requirements or specialist instructions. (For example... I require; direct fix outerframes, internally glazed sashes, trickle vents, a 150mm projection cill etc.).

Please note: All of our products are bespoke and made-to-measure, to your exact specifications.

For more help and advice on specifying or pricing our products please call us on (01268) 681612.

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Luxury Subframe System

  • Available in over 200 different RAL colours.
  • Slim-line face fix or reveal fix system - easy to install.
  • Face fix frames pre-drilled as standard, reveal fix frames pre-drilled only on request.
  • Sound insulation subframe included.
  • Subframe depths; SF1, SF3 and SF4 (dependent on fixing method).
  • Choose from MDF, Tulip and Solid Oak wooden subframe.
  • MDF (pre-primed white), Tulip (primed white / unfinished), Solid Oak (unfinished).
  • Selection of Cover Trims for concealing the subframe and fixing screws.
  • Tailor your glass type for: heat, noise or security.
  • Highly suited for domestic applications - due to its even, clean finish and concealed fixings.
  • Available as all types of horizontal and vertical sliders, hinged and lift out units that we offer.
  • Not available for fixed units.

 

What's The Difference between Economy Odd Leg and Luxury Subframe?
Economy Odd Leg Secondary Glazing VS Luxury Subframe
...luxury subframe system has a wrap around wooden frame that enables you to be able to reveal fix or face fix your secondary glazing. The wooden subframe system has a nicer, cleaner finish than the aluminium flange of the Economy Odd Leg system, which makes it more suitable for use in domestic environments ...

The Economy Odd Leg system is slightly quicker to fit and comes at a slightly reduced cost when compared to the Luxury subframe system - you have around the same amount of aluminium but save on the wooden subframe. This could save you a substantial amount of time and money on a commercial job of 200+ windows

When installing secondary glazing it is preferable to have an optimum air gap between your secondary and your existing window of between 100mm and 200mm glass-to-glass, where possible. The gap improves the acoustic and thermal performance of your secondary unit. Reveal fixing your secondary glazing is by far the easiest way to achieve this air gap. Read more

Specifying - Suitable Applications
  • Highly suitable for use in domestic applications due to it's clean finish. Can just as easily be specified for commercial applications.
  • Busy areas where traffic noise is a nuisance - even where double glazing is already fitted.
  • Ideal for use in Listed Buildings, Heritage / Conservation areas and period properties.
  • As a cost effective alternative to replacing your existing single glazed windows.
  • Leasehold properties, where changing the existing windows may be uneconomical.
  • Any property where you are unable to modify the existing external windows.
  • Any window that needs noise reduction and / or draught reduction.

Please note: Glass specified must comply to the glass safety BS 6262: Part 4, 1994 regulations. (see document downloads)

Luxury
Lift Out
2 Track Horizontal
3 Track Horizontal
Tilt Back Balanced Vertical Slider
Balanced Vertical Slider
Non Balanced Vertical Slider
Butt Hinged Units
Friction Hinged Units
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