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Double glazed windows

Security, quality and

style...


Our Swish range of windows comes in an incredibly energy efficient design as standard.

 

All our windows are supplied in a choice of white, light oak or rosewood. You can also specify any colour of frame you require. Popular colour choices include light green or graphite. You can even specify one colour for the outside of your windows and another for the inside!

 

The choice of glass you opt for will make a massive difference to the appearance of your window and choices include frosted, etched or stained glass and the option of georgian bars or leaded glass can also transform the appearance.

 

You also need to consider the range of styles and colours available for locks and handles; Swish has a dedicated range of hardware, all offering excellent levels of security.

By choosing Quadrant - a Swish Authorised Installer to install your double glazed windows and doors - you
benefit from working with a local firm offering personal service but with the backing of a top quality national brand.


Read more about Swish here.

Quadrant Windows Ltd

23 Flixton Road

Urmston

Manchester

M41 5AW


Tel: 0161 746 8104

Fax: 0161 746 7046


VAT Reg: 686 261801

Save money on your bills with A rated windows


Quadrant is proud to announce we can now supply a double glazed windows with glass which has been tested and received a window energy rating of 'A'


The ratings which have been created by the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC) helps conserve heat in the winter and cut back on heating bills. The windows also keep your property cool in the summer as well as reducing mist and condensation which has often been a problem with existing double glazing.


The rating is based on our u-value, solar factor and also air leakage value. To obtain the rating all factors must be balanced such as minimal air leakage through existing windows as well as the amount of solar heat that gets through our glass. For more information click here