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All of our windows use high-quality glazing that will improve your property’s energy efficiency and noise reduction. After you have decided on the material, style and colour of your replacement double or triple glazed windows, you can choose to include any of our decorative window designs to add a distinctive touch. Our collection of decorative glass includes stained glass, etched glass and frosted glass. All of the patterns can be custom-designed to suit any personal tastes, ensuring they’ll perfectly complement your home’s existing appearance.Make an enquiry
If you choose to include decorative glazing into your new windows, you'll be able to decide between various types and styles. The designs are limited only by your imagination! At Fineline, we offer a plethora of designs and patterns to suit any requirements, and they can even be designed bespoke to you. Our decorative glazing options include:
Stained glass windows are incredibly versatile and can be styled in both traditional and modern designs. They can include a plethora of colours, such as bright green and blue, or a tamer design with pastel colours. No matter your requirements, our expert glaziers will be able to achieve your desired aesthetic. A stained glass window will act as a focal piece in your house, adding kerb appeal and value.
To create stained glass, coloured mixes are added into the glass when it is fabricated. The coloured glazing panels are then cut into the exact shapes required for the overall design or picture. If you’re looking for a traditional stained glass window design, we can piece the panels together with leaded frames to achieve the heritage appearance.
If you’re looking for a new window that combines privacy and style, then patterned glass is an excellent choice. The patterns can include modern digital prints, to traditional mayflower and everglade, catering to any personal preferences. We can advise on the best pattern for you depending on the levels of privacy you would like as some are more suppressed than others.
Patterned glazing is made by heating the surface of the glass so that it can then be manipulated into the required pattern. The design is printed on top of the glazing panel, so the windows also get a bespoke texture.Get a price
Etched glass window designs can be tailor-made for your home. They can include floral designs, modern squares or elegant diamonds; the options are endless.
Etched glass is fabricated by changing the surface of the glass to get a decorative effect. It can either be sandblasted or mould etched to achieve the required style. The glass is mainly obscured, with the actual pattern being transparent. So etched glass windows are ideal for homeowners looking for higher levels of privacy, but they will still let natural light enter.
Frosted glass windows are commonly found on windows at the front of a property and also in bathrooms as they provide high levels of privacy. They are graded by the levels of privacy they give, so you can choose how transparent they are. The opaquest is not possible to see through as the light is completely dispersed.
Windows with frosted glass are usually sandblasted or etched to get the bespoke design. They can incorporate a range of designs and styles, suiting both modern and traditional appearances.Get a price
Bevelled glass is commonly found on both windows and doors. The designs can be distinctive to each installation, giving you the ultimate flexibility. We can provide examples of the patterns available, or you can choose to design to your own. Popular bevelled window styles include Georgian grids, diamond shapes and floral patterns.
Bevelled window glazing is created by cutting the panes at an angle which creates slants within the glazing. This flexible technique means that it can easily be tailored in any design.
Lead windows are commonly found on older properties due to their classical aesthetic. They can be designed in a variety of styles, including diamonds, sleek lines or grid shapes. Whichever style you decide upon, it will add a decorative touch to any new window. You could even choose to include coloured sections to add a unique flourish.
Leaded glass windows are manufactured by bonding a number of sections together with the leaded panels. The size and width of the lead can be adjusted to your personal preferences. As leaded glass isn’t usually obscured, they will let in copious amounts of natural light, for a bright and airy atmosphere within your rooms. If you’re looking for leaded glass windows that will still maintain privacy, we can include obscured glazing sections for the best of both worlds.Get a price
All of our replacement windows will be installed with our high-performance double glazing as standard, so you can be sure that they will provide the modern benefits that you would expect of a replacement window. They’re incredibly energy efficient and secure and will also keep external noises out of your home.
Our high-quality double glazing uses two panes of glazing that encompass an argon-gas filled section. This breaks up currents of airflow and will keep the draughts out. Double glazed windows can achieve U-values as low as 1.2 w/m2K and A+ energy ratings, so you’ll also see reductions in your heating bills.
Triple glazed windows have emerged in popularity in recent years across the UK because of their superior performances. Your home will benefit from pioneering levels of noise reduction, weather-reduction and thermal abilities as they use the very latest window technologies.
Triple glazing uses a third layer of glass, with each of the three glazing panes surrounding argon-gas filled cavities. This specification is able to achieve U-values as low as 0.8 w/m2K and A+ energy ratings. There’s no better way to keep your home at a comfortable temperature, and you’ll see significant savings on your energy bills too. Triple glazed windows are ideal for properties in busy areas, such as near airports and busy roads, because of their ability to keep external noises out of the room.window buying process
We are able to offer secondary glazed windows to homeowners who live in listed properties or in conservation areas. Secondary glazing may be the only option available due to building regulations which restrict home improvements as you’ll still be able to retain the heritage appearance of your home. With our high-performance secondary glazing, you’ll be able to improve the energy efficiency and longevity of your existing windows, whilst adhering to the regulations.
Secondary glazing works by adding a single pane of glass over an existing window. This simple addition is able to reduce heat loss by up to 30%, keeping the warmth in and the draughts out. With our high-quality glazing, your windows will be protected from the harsh weathers and your home security improved.
Decorative glazing is glass that is used in windows and doors that has some artistic and/or colourful panes of glass. It is also known as ornamental glass because it is used to enhance spaces.
The difference between frosted and obscure glass is that obscure glass reduces the transparency of glass and frosted glass is a style of obscure glass that will do this too but it makes the window look like it has a layer of frost on it.
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