If you take a look at the windows on the homes in your street you will discover that a large portion of them are unplasticised poly vinyl chloride windows, also known as UPVC windows. Strong and aesthetically pleasing, these windows tend to have more glass than standard windows, thus allowing more natural light to pour into the property. In addition to this, you can enjoy a wider field of vision with the virtually-maintenance-free upgrade, which could keep the home secure, warm and condensation-free thanks to its insulation properties.
Whether it’s to add value to the home or improve sound insulation, UPVC is a worthwhile option for a subtle, energy-efficient transformation. Are you worried about the UPVC windows looking mismatched against the property’s architectural style? If so, allow our team at Solar Windows & Conservatories Limited to fit the window with a galvanised steel core alongside a range of appealing accessories. Examples of the accessories you can invest in to enhance the overall appearance include drainage covers, door fixing clips, add-ons and joints. To complement your property further, we recommend arch top inserts, mock horn sashes and Georgian-style bars.
UPVC Vertical Sliding Sash Windows
When you want to capture the classic, stylish looks of Georgian sliding windows, without the associated risks of draughts and poor security, PVC-U vertical sliding sash windows are the perfect solution. This advanced, precision-engineered window system enables you to enjoy the sophisticated style of the Georgian era, with all the performance benefits of PVC-U materials from the modern age.
The cutting-edge design features triple brush seals for exceptional draught proofing, plus an anti-jemmy bar and hardware that is fixed direct to reinforcement for optimum security. Both of the sliding upper and lower sashes also tilt inwards to enable safe and easy cleaning from inside your home. There’s an overhead vent to supply constant fresh air, and low-line beads and gaskets to improve sight lines and let in maximum levels of natural light.