Georgian windows: experience the past in modern-day comfort
We pride ourselves on our expertise in offering timeless, traditional designs with modern-day functionality. Apart from our range of enchanting Scandinavian cottage windows, our collection of Georgian windows embodies our commitment to bringing the past to the present. Featuring multiple panes of glass held together by intricate glazing bars, the traditional Georgian windows originate from the 18th century. For much of the Georgian era, it was incredibly difficult and expensive to produce large panes of glass. This encourages window makers to creatively produce large windows by joining many small panes of glass together. The result was a distinctive, gorgeous type of windows named after the period when the windows were invented. Georgian windows were an affordable, practical way to allow natural light to enter a property. Their timeless, elegant appearance has stood against the test of time, enabling Georgian-style windows to remain popular today.
Our wide range of Georgian windows is a modern interpretation of the conventional Georgian windows. We want to replicate the traditional appearance of the original Georgian windows, so each of our ten Georgian window variants has got multiple glass panels with more than one opening. Some styles, such as this one with two opening sashes, feature intersecting glazing bars that mirror the 18th-century design. The classic design of our Georgian-style windows makes them the ideal choice for those who're looking to renovate their period or heritage homes.
We're all about introducing the beauty of traditional Georgian windows into 21st-century living, so of course, we haven't forgotten about the practicality of our Georgian-style windows. Our range of Georgian windows is made with the latest craftsmanship and technology. Instead of being constructed with many small glass panes held together by glazing bars, our Georgian-style windows are made with fewer, larger panes of glass. Unlike Georgian glazing bars, the glazing bars we use on our Georgian-style windows don't secure the glass panes. Rather, the glazing bars are there to increase energy-efficiency and decorate the windows. We've also introduced multiple openings to each of our Georgian window variants in order to emulate the look of traditional Georgian windows. This way, you can not only enjoy the elegance of the original Georgian windows but also plenty of ventilation.
Georgian double glazed windows: Georgian windows for the 21st century
In the olden days, most Georgian windows are only single-glazed. This brought about tremendous discomfort and made it impossible for anyone to enjoy their home. Today, however, thermal insulation has become an indispensable function of any window. Here at Klarwindows, we make sure that you'll be enjoying the highest level of comfort by offering high-performance Georgian double glazed windows. Available in nine types of glass, our Georgian double glazed windows offer impressive insulation by trapping a layer of air between two panes of glass. Since air isn't a great conductor of heat, the air pocket becomes a barrier between your home and the outdoors. It minimises the transfer of heat between the two spaces: it becomes difficult for heat to escape from your home through your Georgian double glazed windows. At the same time, your Georgian double-glazed windows also prevent cold air from entering your house. This keeps your home warm and cosy throughout the winter months, thus preventing you from overspending on heating bills.
Want to take your home energy efficiency to the next level? Our Premium Energi+ triple glazing is your ultimate solution. Featuring three panes of glass, our Georgian triple glazed windows have an additional air pocket that provides extra insulation. The additional barrier makes heat loss even more unlikely. It's also ultra-effective in protecting everyone at home against the cold in the depth of winter. Other than impeccable thermal efficiency, our Georgian triple glazed windows are great for combating noise pollution. So if you happen to live on a busy street in the heart of the city, our Georgian triple glazed windows can bring you the tranquillity you deserve despite the hustle and bustle outside your door. Installing triple glazing in your house is an investment but it's one that's worthwhile. We're sure you'll agree when you notice the drastic drop in your energy bills and the dramatic improvement in your quality of living!
In the Georgian era, Georgian-style windows were invented to bring natural light into houses despite the limitation in glass production. We still love a bright room in the 21st century, but we also expect Georgian-style windows to be multi-purpose. Aside from providing insulation and reducing noise pollution, Georgian windows can help protect your privacy if made with the right types of glass. Raw glass such as 'Satinovo,' 'Kura' and 'Ornament' offers a semi-opaque finish that stops nosy passersby from peeping. 'Kura' and 'Ornament' feature an ornamental rough surface and are also great for decorative purposes. If you opt for our energy-saving sun-protective glass, you're guaranteed to have a nice and breezy home even in the middle of summer. Your Georgian windows will reduce the amount of heat that enters your house, creating an optimal indoor climate.
Georgian windows were a product of the immense creativity and aesthetic sense of the Georgians. Invented to solve the technical and financial challenges of manufacturing large panes of glass, Georgian windows successfully overcame the difficulties window makers were facing and brightened up countless Georgian homes. But what makes Georgian windows unforgettable is that they're absolutely gorgeous. Any houses featuring Georgian windows will instantly be filled with unbeatable elegance and glamour. If you want to experience both the beauty of traditional Georgian windows and the functionality of modern windows, our range of Georgian-style windows won't disappoint you.