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Georgian bars

When glass was not mass produced in the way it is today it was difficult to get large panes so smaller pieces were used to glaze windows separate by slim wooden bars.

This look can be replicated in a number of ways using modern window and glass technology. The most widely used is a Georgian grill fitted between the two panes of a double glazed unit.

These can be white or in a woodgrain finish to match most PVC window finishes and the layout of the grid can be varied to suit the original windows.

Some window systems may offer bars that sit on the outside of the double glazed unit (often referred to as Astragal bars) that require a special arrangement inside the unit, Hourlgass are experts at this configuration please contact us for further details.

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