Finesse Frame Windows
Exceptionally energy-efficient & secure

Exceptionally energy-efficient & secure

Stylish Finesse Frame energy efficient windows deliver next-level energy performance and security backed by Ireland’s first and only free 20 year unlimited guarantee & support package. Its innovative 11-point 3d locking system including heavy duty shoot bolt and steel dead bolt offers the ultimate peace of mind.

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Double or triple glazing
Uvalue of 0.8 with A26 energy rating
Secure 11 point 3d locking system
14 colours with dual colour options
Traditional timber aesthetic
Steel reinforced for larger openings
Superior sound insulation
Finesse Frame, Rosewood
The details make the design

Finesse Frame window range is available in a choice of 14 gorgeous colours with dual colour options. Slim sightlines and architectural design details add to Finesse Frame's aesthetic appeal.

Relax. Your security is our priority

The Finesse Frame window range delivers exceptional security performance, featuring 11-point 3d locking system with heavy duty shoot bolt and steel dead bolt as standard.

Balrothery Finesse Frame windows
The real transformation is what you can't see

Things like triple glazing and airtight fitting. So in addition to a beautiful contemporary design that will transform the look of your home, you will enjoy the benefits of energy efficiency, warmth, and security - all while saving up to 30% on your heating bills.

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Your peace of mind. Guaranteed
Global free 20 year unlimited guarantee
20 Year Unlimited Guarantee

Enjoy free servicing, free parts, free repairs for 20 years.

Free 10 year security guarantee
10 Year Security Guarantee

Protecting you, your family, and your home for years to come.

Global 365 Emergency Assist service
365 Emergency Service

Life happens. We're there when you need us, 24/7 365 days a year.

Made by us. For you

We tailor-make our windows and doors in our Glasnevin, Dublin factory – made for Irish homes, bespoke for you. This gives us complete control (yes, we’re obsessive!) over every item that leaves our factory, so you benefit from the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. We stand firmly behind our long-lasting guarantees to ensure a lifetime partnership with our customers. We really are all about you!

Tailor-made by us
Made by us
Made in Dublin
What our customers say
Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2023

Independent Service Rating based on 268 verified reviews.

30 May 2023

excellent from start to finish

From start to finish the service we received was first class. Just one little think that I think should be pointed out to customers at the start of their journey is that occasionally there will be moisture on the outside of the window in damp cool weather. Other than that the service was first class and the workers were very careful when working through out our home
M Tierney
17 May 2023

On time, had cloths on floor and stairs, worked straight through, nice men.

Yes, I would buy from them again. The salesman who came to our apt. demonstrated the window, showed all the features and wasn’t pushy. The product sold itself and has turned out exactly what we needed and hoped for.
03 May 2022

The door and fitting was carried out quickly with little fuss and no issues

The two guys were very professional and left no mess and the job was completed in good time and I was kept up to date on the progress as I was in work whilst it was going on.
Mr A Stein
27 Apr 2022

Excellent work
Mr & Mrs Kirwan
26 Apr 2022

Good communication and follow up support and yes would recommend the Global Windows team to anyone.
26 Apr 2022

I am happy with the windows. The installation was very good.
24 Apr 2022

Tidy efficient And accomodating
23 Apr 2022

Great service

Great service by the two people who put in the windows. Great communication from the office staff
Ms I Butler
22 Apr 2022

Very professional installers, who worked very diligently over the two days it took to install by new hall door and windows.
21 Apr 2022

Friendly service, job well done and very tidy.
Mr J Connor
21 Apr 2022

Excellent efficient work.

Installing of new PVC door.
W McCormack
21 Apr 2022

quick, clean, efficient and sensitive.

The service was quick, very clearly explained and painless. the men who installed the windows were very sensitive to my husband being ill and worked quickly, cleanly and left the house in excellent condition afterwards. We are very happy with the result so many thanks. we will use you again and have already recommended you to friends and neighbours.
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Why does condensation occur? Water vapour from kitchens, bathrooms, gas or paraffin heaters and even indoor plants can contribute to condensation. In older buildings, low indoor temperature and badly positioned radiators can cause problems. Modern draught-free insulated houses don’t have the same natural ventilation and air circulation of older houses. Where condensation occurs on glazing Condensation on the room side of the glass: the glass surface is too cold given the water vapour content of the room. Increasing the temperature or opening a window should help. Condensation in the cavity of a sealed glass unit means the seal has broken. Contact Global Customer Services on Freephone 1800 31 31 32. External condensation on the outer pane Surface condensation will appear on the outside of insulated glazing if the temperature on this face of the glazing is significantly lower than the external air temperature and if the temperature of the glass is lower than the dew point (the temperature at which water vapour becomes liquid) of the external air. The surface temperature on the outside of the glazing is dependent on:
  • The heat flow from the interior passing through the glazing. This depends on the difference in temperature between the internal surface and the external surface of the glazing and the energy efficiency of the glass unit.
  • The exchange, by convection, with the external air.
  • Heat loss by radiation mainly to the sky. Various studies and measurements carried out show heat exchange by radiation is relatively limited in overcast weather. However, when the sky is clear at night, there are significant heat losses to the sky.
In conclusion, surface condensation on the outside of the glazing is a phenomenon that is occasionally seen at night or early morning on well insulated units. It is important to understand that this does not represent a fault in the quality of the insulated unit, on the contrary; it is proof of the superior performance of these units over older less efficient ones. It is not possible to predict where or how often it might occur. It will depend on a number of the aforementioned conditions. How to reduce condensation
  • Avoid drying wet clothes inside if possible.
  • Ensure all rooms are vented.
  • Position radiators under windows and keep curtains at least 15-20cm clear of glass for free movement of air.
  • Open windows for a few minutes each day to permit air changes.
  • After a bath or shower, close the internal door and open a window for a few minutes.
  • When cooking, close the internal door and open a window if possible.
  • Install extraction fans in kitchens or bathrooms if you have persistent problems.
  • In conservatories, trickle ventilation in the wall, eaves and ridge zone can help.
If you require more detailed information on condensation, freephone 1800 31 31 32 and ask for a condensation booklet to be sent out to you.
To keep your Global windows and doors looking great, clean the PVC or Composite / Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) sections once a month or so with warm water and a squirt of washing up liquid, using a non-abrasive sponge or cloth. Glass can be cleaned in the same way, but we recommend drying the surface afterwards with an old newspaper to help remove streaks. Proprietary glass cleaning products may also be used, but please ensure the frames are washed down as described above to ensure no residues are left. Once or twice a year, lightly lubricate the handles and other hardware items using a product such as WD40. Open your windows and doors at least once a month to keep them operating at their best.
Any internal timberwork can be finished and treated in the same way as any other internal timberwork in your home. Where window boards (internal sill boards) have been replaced they can either be stained or painted, depending on your choice from room to room. Doors, for example, would regularly be finished internally with architraves and timber liners. Most people then paint these to match skirting boards and other architraves, but the choice is yours. It should be remembered that all such decoration is not part of the contract and is the responsibility of each individual homeowner.