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uPVC (Ultra-High Density Polyvinyl Chloride) is a the most widely used material for windows. Thanks to its durability, excellent insulation value, low maintenance finish and customisable options, it is still the most popular window material.
Types of UPVC Windows
Casement windows give your home a sleek look and feel and have a fold-down handle that can easily open and close. All casement windows open to a 90-degree angle towards the outside (like a door), which allows the inside and outside of the window to be cleaned safely from inside your home.
Tilt and Turn Windows
Tilt and turn uPVC windows are the most versatile as the window opens inwards so you can clean without leaning out. The tilt option provides ventilation without comprising security. This is one of the most practical window styles allowing ease of access to the outside and maintenance from the inside.
The awning window is a similar style to the casement window because it has a single sash within its frame pushed outwards from the bottom using a turn handle, allowing for ventilation and protection from the rain.
Double-hung windows offer a traditional look and feel to the home and is ideal for limited outdoor space. Double-hung windows have two sashes and operation independently of each other. They are easy to open due to their spring-loaded balance system that aids in lifting the window.
Bay and Bow Windows
A bay or bow window is perfect for making the space underneath the window more functional by adding in seating or storage, which otherwise be wasted. The large openings increase light to the room and enhances your view of the outside. A bow window is a configuration of 4, 5 or 6 windows which gently angle out from your home and a bay window will normally have 3 windows with a single fixed window in the centre.
Roof light windows can transform your living space by increasing the amount of natural sun light a room would otherwise receive. A roof window can be added on an extension, loft conversion, attic or replace windows for existing rooms with roof access. A top hung pane with full rotation provides easy access to the outside section for cleaning.
A sliding sash window has either two or three frames which can glide horizontally to maximise the air ventilation in rooms with limited interior or exterior space. Sliding sash windows also come in a vertical configuration.
Benefits Of UPVC Windows
Insulation:Keep Warmth In, Reduce Heat Loss
Installing high-quality A-rated uPVC windows significantly enhances your home’s insulation. These energy-efficient windows play a pivotal role in reducing heat loss, ensuring your space stays warm during cold seasons.
Noise reduction: Enjoy Peace and Quiet
uPVC windows aren’t just about insulation; they also serve as effective noise barriers. In urban environments where external noise can be bothersome, uPVC windows act as a shield, keeping unwanted sounds outside, allowing you to enjoy peace and quiet within your home.
Enhanced Security: Multi-Point Locking System
uPVC windows are synonymous with enhanced security. Thanks to their robust multi-point locking systems, they provide a formidable defense against potential intruders. Your home becomes a safer sanctuary.
Reduction in energy bills: Efficiency at Its Best
For those looking to cut down on energy bills, A-rated uPVC windows are a wise investment. They work in harmony with single glazed windows to maintain your home’s warmth, ultimately reducing energy consumption and saving you money.
Durability: Weather-Resistant and Long-Lasting
The durability of uPVC is unparalleled. These windows can withstand various weather conditions without succumbing to rot or corrosion. This resilience is particularly advantageous for homes situated near the seaside, where high salt content can pose challenges.
Choosing Replacement UPVC Windows
When choosing uPVC windows you have a range of styles, from sliding sash windows to tilt and turn windows, and a range of colours, from anthracite grey to the popular white. We can help you make the right choice for your home and provide you with advice on what is the most cost effective.
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