30 Nov, 2022

UPVC windows are a cost-effective, durable and thermally efficient home choice.

When we start discovering the benefits of UPVC windows profiles, it’s easy to see why it’s one of the most commonly used window materials in modern homes.

Here, we answer some more technical questions about UPVC windows to gain insight into what makes it such a popular material choice.

What are UPVC window profiles?

UPVC, short for unplasticized polyvinyl chloride, is originally a plastic powder. It is then heated and injected into a mold to create an extremely long strip of UPVC windows profiles. Once the UPVC has cooled, it is cut and ready to be assembled with other components into what we think of as a double or triple glazed window.

What are the benefits of UPVC windows?

UPVC windows are low maintenance

One of the great things about choosing a UPVC profile is that once your windows are installed, you don’t have to worry about maintaining them. UPVC windows profiles are made of non-corrosive material and only need an occasional wipe down with a damp cloth to keep looking like new. Despite their natural beauty and attractive aesthetic, wooden windows are prone to decay and deformation due to their cellular makeup and require regular treatment, painting and cleaning.

UPVC windows can be customized according to your needs

Our UPVC windows are available in a variety of colors and woodgrain finishes such as Golden Oak, Dark Oak similar to traditional wood windows. With this option you get the modern innovation of UPVC without compromising on aesthetics. You can also choose a two-tone option, allowing the inside of the window to complement your home’s decor, while the outside of the frame complements your home’s exterior.

UPVC windows are very energy efficient

Double or triple glazed UPVC windows will dramatically improve the comfort of your home, reducing heat loss and keeping you warm and insulated. Efficient and comfortable, reducing heat loss while saving costs, is a must for modern home life and office buildings