Quickslide supplied 557 vertical sliders for The King’s Weald, a new-build housing development in Burgess Hill, Sussex, installed by Ideal Window Solutions for developers Croudace Homes.

The development is located on a 19-hectare area once used by the Keymer Tile Works, where production can be traced back to 1740. Quickslide supplied vertical sliders in white uPVC with a single astragal bar in both the top and bottom sash. No sash horns were requested, to complete the heritage feel with a modern touch. Additionally, depending on their location, some windows also featured Quickslide’s enhanced PAS 24 security upgrade to comply with Document Q of the building regulations.

“Quickslide’s windows were perfect for the requirements of this project and competitively priced,” said Ideal Window Solutions’ sales and marketing director Thom Emerson.

“Quickslide’s buying process is one of the easiest we have ever used; the staff are professional and responsive, and their customer service is exceptional.”


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