UPVC Cottage Windows Search

Connecting you with over 4,000 upvc cottage windows companies throughout the UK

Simply enter your postcode to find local upvc cottage windows companies

Today's Highlighted Glazing Companies

Free Glazing Guide

upvc cottage windows


What are UPVC Cottage Windows?

UPVC Cottage windows is a broad term used to describe windows that suit older more traditional homes but that doesn’t mean they’re restricted to older properties.

They are also known as Georgian or Tudor windows. Cottage windows often open in the same way as many other windows, either as casement (open outwards with hinges) or sash (have a vertically sliding pane), but what tends to make them different is a series of astragal bars that make several small squares of glass rather than one big pane.

Original installations of cottage windows would let draughts into the home and the wood could warp over time. Thanks to advances being made in the wood used to frame windows and other materials like upvc and aluminium, that’s nothing to worry about any of that today.

Which Homes Suit to UPVC Cottage Windows?

UPVC Cottage windows are best suited to traditional cottages as they’re in keeping with the style of the home. Having said that, if you’re looking to give a modern home a more traditional elegance then cottage windows are definitely the way to go.

Benefits of UPVC Cottage Windows

Installing upvc cottage windows is one of the best ways to maintain the traditional style of older properties. At the same time, if you live in a modern home then cottage windows are a great way of adding a sense of traditional charm to the property.

It could be easy to think that installing cottage windows with an older style might mean that you’re compensating on security and energy efficiency, but they’ve advanced over the years.

Cottage windows normally feature horizontal and vertical strips across the glass which can make them more secure than other types of windows.
Energy efficiency

You can get all of the character and charm and of traditional upvc cottage windows with all of the benefits of modern windows, with energy efficiency being one of them. Thanks to double glazing, your home will benefit from increased insulation.

Who are some good companies supplying UPVC Cottage Windows?

Our team have looked through reviews and listed below are companies supplying UPVC Cottage Windows, we have split them into north and south.

Companies in the South supplying Cottage Windows:

Newlook Windows75a Wellsway, Bath, BA2 4RU01225 331871info@newlookwindowsbath.co.ukhttp://newlookwindowsbath.co.uk/
Crystal Clear Bristol24 Emery Rd, Brislington, Bristol BS4 5PF0117 9713 060info@crystalclearbristol.co.ukhttps://www.crystalclearbristol.co.uk/
Doors & Windows (Exeter)7 Ashton Business Centre, Ashton Road, Exeter, EX28LN01392 422495info@doorsandwindowsexeter.co.ukwww.doorsandwindowsexeter.co.uk/
TRURO WINDOWS Unit 15a, Threemilestone Industrial Estate
01872 228840trurowindows@hotmail.comhttp://trurowindows.co.uk/
Wiltshire WindowsUnit 15 Blackworth Ind Est, Highworth, Swindon, SN6 7NA01793 727668info@wiltshirewindows.co.ukhttps://www.wiltshirewindows.co.uk/
Sunrise Windows (Plymouth) Unit 7, 21-23 Market Rd, Plympton, Plymouth PL7 1QW01752 339373sales@sunrisewindows.co.ukhttps://www.sunrisewindows.co.uk/
Gloucester Glass LimitedUnit 8 Severnside Trading Estate, Sudmeadow Road, Hempsted, Gloucester GL2 5HS01452 506056info@gloucesterglass.co.ukhttp://www.gloucesterglass.co.uk/
Companies in the North supplying Cottage Windows:
Great Harwood Windows LtdUnit 1 Peter St, Blackburn BB1 5LH01254 690009info@greatharwoodwindows.co.ukhttps://www.greatharwoodwindows.co.uk/
Allan Lever UPVC Windows76 Tonge Moor Rd, Bolton BL2 2DJ01204 303030info@allanlever.co.ukhttps://www.allanlever.co.uk/
Cumbria Windoworks3 Caldew Business Park
01228 904400info@cumbriawindoworks.co.ukhttps://cumbriawindoworks.co.uk
Dee WindowsUnit 13-14, Ketlan Court, River Ln, Saltney, Chester CH4 8SB01244 677669deewindows@aol.comhttps://deewindows.co.uk/
Lytham Window Co LtdPreston New Road, Blackpool, FY4 5JR01253 762881info@lythamwindowco.co.ukhttps://www.lythamwindows.co.uk/
Maghull Double Glazing LtdSefton Lane Ind. Estate, Maghull, Merseyside, L31 8BY0151 526 8200info@maghulldoubleglazing.co.ukhttps://maghulldoubleglazing.com/
Manchester Windows LtdStanley Court Stanley Rd, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 9DL0161 537 3948 sales@manchesterwindows.co.ukhttps://manchesterwindows.co.uk/
Saddleworth Windows19 Beech Avenue, Greenfield, Oldham, Lancashire, OL3 7AW01457 820 370 enquiries@saddleworthwindows.co.ukhttp://saddleworthwindows.co.uk/index.html
Lancashire Double Glazing213 Havelock St, Preston PR1 7NL01772 203111sales@lancashiredoubleglazing.co.ukhttps://www.lancashiredoubleglazing.co.uk/
Double Glazing StockportSchool St, Hazel Grove, Stockport SK7 4RA0161 483 1997 info@force8.co.ukhttps://www.stockportwindowsdoors.co.uk/
Everglaze Ltd510 Bickershaw Lane,
01942 238 662sales@everglaze.co.ukhttps://www.everglaze.co.uk/

upvc cottage windows 1

It’s very important to get the right upvc Cottage windows for your home.

Everyone has their own personal reasons for wanting to replace old windows and doors. You should shop around to find your ideal double glazed windows company.

Whether you are looking to lower the cost of your fuel bills, or maybe your current windows are no longer aesthetically-pleasing. Whatever your reason be sure to see what options are available.

There is a lot more to choosing new windows than meets the eye. Not only do you have to decide on the style of window that will suit the look of your home. You also need to think about the type of material of the frame, what type of glazing, single, double, triple.

Also you need to think about the opening options. These are all very important elements to consider. In helping you see and understand the different aspects of glazing. We think it will help you make the right decisions, leading you to new windows and doors. Which will help keep you safer, warmer and happier for many years to come in your home.

How Much Do UPVC Cottage Windows Cost ?

UPVC Cottage Windows Prices start at about £150 and rise up to around £1200. This is dependent on the style and type of window you choose to have. A single casement window with a uPVC frame starts at around £150, whereas a sash window starts from around £450. It is advisable to do some research, so you can budget accordingly for your new windows or replacement windows.

There are a number of different factors including the size of the windows you choose to have installed. Also the number of windows, the style of the windows, the material used for the frames. The company you choose to do the work, and whereabouts you live in the country.

A quick overview on costs from local UPVC Cottage windows are as follows:

White UPVC Double Glazing Cottage Windows cost on average:

Casement windows are Britain’s most popular window because they are competitively priced and offer a modern look to your property. UPVC White Cottage Casement Window with no opening 500m x 500m £150 – £185, 1000m x 500m £185 – £210, 1000mm x 10000mm £210 – £250, 1200mm x 1200mm £250 – £285. With one opening 500mm x 500mm £260 – £300, 1000mm x 500mm £280 – £330, 1000mm x 1000mm £315 – £385, 1200mm x 1200mm £355 – £450. Please add around 25% to the costs for coloured UPVC frames.

UPVC Sash Double Glazing Cottage Windows cost on average:

UPVC Sash Windows are a classically British style of window. A UPVC sash windows has two layers of double glazing – one at the top and one at the bottom. The sash window uses the frame as a tramline so that you can slide one of the layers normally vertically. You slide the bottom layer up the tramline to open the window. You can fully open the window by bringing the bottom layer fully up to the level of the top layer or you can just open it gradually to your own preference. UPVC White Cottage Sash Windows 500mm x 500mm £535 – £590, 1000mm x 500mm £610 – £695, 1000mm x 1000mm £635 – £700, 1200mm x 1200mm £740 – £815. Please add around 25% to the costs for coloured UPVC frames.

Bay UPVC Double Glazing Windows cost on average:

Bay windows are another British classic style offering homeowner slightly extra living space with a wonderful vista to the outside world. These Bay windows are actually a formation of normally three, four, or five windows side by side which angle outwards and then back inwards.  UPVC white Bay Window (3 sections) 2400mm x 1200mm £1,090 – £1,135, 3000mm x 1200mm £1,195 – £1,275, 3000mm x 1500mm £1,275 – £1,425. (4 sections) 3000mm x 1200mm £1,425 – £1,570, 3000mm x 1500mm £1,530 – £1,595, 3600mm x 1200mm £1,585 – £1,680, 3600mm x 1500mm £1,645 – £1,775. (5 sections) 3600mm x 1200mm £1,885 – £1,995, 3600mm x 1500mm £1,990 – £2,210, 4000mm x 1200mm £2,080 – £2,310, 4000mm x 1500mm £2,180 – £2,405. Please add around 25% to the costs for coloured UPVC frames.

It is a very good idea to shop around with local and national UPVC Cottage Windows Companies. By using Glazing Network we can connect you with over 4000 double glazing companies throughout the UK. Please use our quote form to receive up to 3 quotes from local UPVC Cottage Windows companies or scroll through the companies and contact them directly.


upvc cottage windows 2

Glazing Network - Logo

Great, Let’s Get You Connected with Glazing Professionals & Receive Up To 3 Quotations

Please complete your enquiry and we’ll refer you to the best matched glazing
companies based on your requirements.

add photos (optional)

Thanks for sending your enquiry. You will be contacted by the relevant company/companies shortly.