Windows serve as a key component of a home. When you are building a new home or going for a ‘make over’ of an old one, windows would be among few of the most important factors to be considered. UPVC windows are the best to go for, if you are thinking of changing your existing windows. UPVC is Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride, which is a low maintenance thermoplastic.
These windows are strong in their structure and durable as they are multi-walled with aluminium or galvanized steel. They are fire resistant as well as self-extinguishing. Their colour does not peel off, as they are not painted. The photo effect wood finish of UPVC windows used in their frames and sills serves as a substitute for paint. These windows are thermal insulated, which means that they keep in the heat during winter and cool in during summers.
As they are double-glazed, they keep out any noise interference. They have special sealing from dust, pollution and rain. Thus, they serve as a perfect weather resistant and resistant to ultraviolet rays. The windows are internally beaded to resist forced entry through it, keeping your house and building safe and secured.
Though white is the default colour for the UPVC windows, they come out in a range of styles- rosewood oak, cheery oak wood grain, golden oak and mahogany. These windows come in all possible types- standard casements, reversible windows and vertical sliding windows. UPVC casement windows swing on its hinges because of placement of a sash in them.
Tilt and turn UPVC windows function by simply tilting inwards from the top or they open from the side hinges. Sash UPVC windows are a good choice for older homes as they do not comprise on the class and style of the usual sash windows and give all the benefits of UPVC windows.
The window material is completely recyclable. It is easily manufactured and helps you save cost on electricity and air conditioner usage. If you are planning to make a window purchase, consider availing all the benefits that these windows are to offer you.