Quality uPVC frames available throughout Cambridge and the UK, top the list of frames available with it’s durability, affordability and versatility. uPVC is a material used to support and surround the window and is recognised for it’s strength. It’s full name is Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride, a form of engineered plastic that are reinforcement with steel. They’re placed into the chambers of the uPVC to stabilise and strengthen the windows; they can also be positioned in the outer frames which ensures that it’s well built.
It can be tiresome when you constantly have to worry about your cleaning and preserving the look of your frames. uPVC frames alleviate those concerns as you’ll only need to clean your frames twice a year, with warm water and non-abrasive detergent like dish soap these frames will look brand new! If you want to guarantee long lasting reliable windows then uPVC is the choice for you, equipped with ability to be water and salt resistant your frames deteriorating will be the least of your concerns. This building material will ensure your frames last for decades with good upkeep and care, unlike wooden frames which can rot away very easily. This will allow you to keep costs low as you won’t have to budget for a replacement in a few years.
uPVC is an inexpensive material to use which means that it’s accessible to a wide range of people, which is very important as everybody deserves a home they feel safe and secure in. It is also cost effective in the long run as uPVC offers a greater thermal efficiency than other frames available on the market. This ensures you’re able to keep costs long which is a great investment. uPVC’s great thermal conductivity is owed to it’s low conductivity of polymers, which will insulate your home.
With only a single glazed window, heat efficiency and will be very low while your heating bills on the other hand will be very high. It’s why we recommended double, or triple glazed windows so much. Whether you decide to opt for double glazed windows or triple is up to you, but it’s really important to understand that having more than single glazing is essential. Double glazing works by trapping argon air in between two panes of glass, this gas is less conductive than air which means it keeps the heat inside. As a result, you’ll be able to turn the heating down or off more often in the winter, which will help you keep your bills low. Double glazing also aides in softening the sound outside.
It’s common courtesy to keep the noise down during the evenings and early mornings, so for inconsiderate neighbours it’s a huge plus to have double glazing for this reason. The extra pane of glass will absorb sound vibrations and the argon gas between the glass will additionally reduce the transmission of sound waves. Triple glazing essentially magnifies the properties that double glazing have. Furthermore, uPVC assists in the depletion of noise as the frames dampen noise vibrations through the window unit.
uPVC frames come in an assortment of colours, a couple of those choices include white woodgrain, olive grey, light grey, golden oak and even black woodgrain. This means you’ll be able to find a choice to suit the aesthetic of your home perfectly, whether that be modern or contemporary.
They also appear in a variety of styles a few examples of that are casement windows, vertical sliding sash windows, modus windows, reversible windows and Tilt and Turn. These are the reasons uPVC double glazed casement windows are so highly sort after in Cambridge and across the UK.
easy to maintain and clean
resistant to weather damage - will neither rot nor corrode
don't transfer heat well, so highly energy efficient
don't conduct sound well, so provide good acoustic insulation (noise reduction of up to 70%)
very secure with multiple points lock systems
affordable in comparison to wooden and aluminium windows
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