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Upgrading Your Window’s Frame

Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride is what makes up uPVC. The advantages of having your windows encased in uPVC include:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Durability
  • Low maintenance
  • Longevity
  • Versatility
  • Lower material cost
  • Sound insulation

These benefits make uPVC the ideal material for fitting double glazed windows in Tamworth.

Whether your windows are already made of double-glazed glass, or you’re looking to upgrade your lackluster single-pane windows, having them fitted with uPVC is the way to go.

This material can be melded to accommodate any home’s style. A range of finishes are available including wood-like finishes that perfectly complement cottages.

uPVC is not affected by weather. It could rain for 300 hundred days straight, and a window encased in uPVC will not warp or rot. The incredible durability also lends itself to additional security for your home. This type of window casement is not easily tampered with, and double-glazed windows are more difficult to break than single-pane windows.

Between the double-glazed glass and uPVC encasement of your window, your home will experience superior insulation from outdoor conditions. This will keep your house cool in the summer by blocking outside heat and warm in the winter by blocking the frigid temperatures outside. When you do desire to let the breeze blow through your home, traditional casements, tilt-and-turns, and vertical sliding windows can be made for you to open the window with ease.

The doors of your home can also benefit from an upgrade. uPVC and composite doors are much more durable than wooden doors, preventing them from being broken down. You can also request any double-glazed glass on your door to be fitted with uPVC.

No matter the size or style of your double-glazed glass, it can benefit from being fitted with a uPVC casing.

 

 

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