Find your Window Type

Across the Clearview range, you’ll find secondary glazing for nearly every window under the sun. Scroll through the illustrations below and find the window most closely matching your primary window. Click on the illustration to view the recommended secondary glazing type and get a FastQuote. See What’s the right secondary glazing for your window? for help making the best choice.

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Basic Lift Out

For a non-opening decorative window, or a window installed purely to provide light the basic lift out is the perfect and most cost effective option.

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Basic Lift Out

For a non-opening decorative window, or a window installed purely to provide light the basic lift out is the perfect and most cost effective option.

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Basic Lift Out

For a non-opening decorative window, or a window installed purely to provide light the basic lift out is the perfect and most cost effective option.

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Basic Lift Out

For a non-opening decorative window, or a window installed purely to provide light the basic lift out is the perfect and most cost effective option.

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Single Casement Hinged Units

For a single pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our single casement hinged units. They can be supplied with the hinges positioned left or right, or top-hung to suit your existing windows.

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Single Casement Hinged Units

For a single pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our single casement hinged units. They can be supplied with the hinges positioned left or right, or top-hung to suit your existing windows.

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Single Casement Hinged Units

For a single pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our single casement hinged units. They can be supplied with the hinges positioned left or right, or top-hung to suit your existing windows.

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Single Casement Hinged Units

Single Casement Vertical Casement

For a single window split top and bottom with both sections opening or a fixed section and opening section, either split 50:50 or a smaller section to the top. that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our single casement hinged units. They can be supplied with the hinges positioned left or right, or top-hung to suit your existing windows. Alternatively a Balanced Vertical Slider, equally split or offset. 

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2 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a two pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our two pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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2 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a two pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our two pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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2 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a two pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our two pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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2 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a two pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our two pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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2 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a two pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our two pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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2 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a two pane window off set with one large panel and one smaller panel that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our two pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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3 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a three pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our three pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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3 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a three pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our three pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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3 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a three pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our three pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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3 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a three pane window with a larger centre section and smaller outer sections that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our three pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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3 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a three pane window with a larger centre section and smaller outer sections that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our three pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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3 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a three pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our three pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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4 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a four pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our four pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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4 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a four pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our four pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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5 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a five pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our four pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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5 Pane Casement Horizontal Sliders

For a five pane window that opens from the left, right or top we would recommend our four pane casement horizontal sliders which is the most commonly used type of secondary glazing. Panels slide within the frame allowing easy access to the existing outer windows.

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Sash Windows Vertical Slider

For a traditional sash window we recommend our vertical slider. Panels slide up and down in the same way as vertical sliding sash windows and provide easy access to the existing window.

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Sash Windows Vertical Slider

For a traditional sash window we recommend our vertical slider. Panels slide up and down in the same way as vertical sliding sash windows and provide easy access to the existing window.

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Sash Windows Vertical Slider

For a traditional sash window we recommend our vertical slider. Panels slide up and down in the same way as vertical sliding sash windows and provide easy access to the existing window.

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Twin Sash Windows Vertical Slider

2 Pane Horizontal Slider

For a traditional twin sash window we recommend our vertical slider. Panels slide up and down in the same way as vertical sliding sash windows and provide easy access to the existing window. Alternatively a single 2 panel horizontal slider can be equally effective.

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Given the variety of options for bay windows we would suggest Viewing our 

Measuring Guide 

Alternatively contacting us to discuss the most suitable solution for your needs.

Square Bay Multiple Options

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Given the variety of options for bay windows we would suggest Viewing our 

Measuring Guide 

Alternatively contacting us to discuss the most suitable solution for your needs.

Square Bay Multiple Options

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Given the variety of options for bay windows we would suggest Viewing our 

Measuring Guide 

Alternatively contacting us to discuss the most suitable solution for your needs.

Square Bay Multiple Options

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