WHY TO CHOOSE UPVC FOR WINDOWS AND DOORS?

u-PVC/Vinyl known as UNPLASTICISED POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (UPVC) is a superior material. Vinyl windows are made from rigid, impact-resistant polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with hollow spaces inside to make them resistant to heat loss and condensation. It is economical, highly durable and ecologically friendly. With the right combination of ingredients like stabilizers, pigments and filters, the optimal quality u-PVC is manufactured. Such fine modern u-PVC windows and doors are far superior to any aluminum, steel and timber systems. u-PVC windows have properties that make it the ideal material and provide the higher quality, durability and efficiency. It eliminates the possibility of air, water and sound leakages with its special sealing systems. View Projects

  
EconomyIts Long run economy and Value for money as compared to Aluminum, wood and steel.
Energy efficientIt reduces energy loss up to 30% as compared to Aluminum and other metals.
StrengthuPVC doors/windows are reinforced with galvanized steel usual thickness of steel reinforcement varies between 16 SWG to 20 SWG.
Weather ResistanceHighly weather resistant and exposure to scorching Sun, storms, dryness and high humidity.
Sound ProofingAn average sound separation of 22-25 dB is in single glazing and 30 dB in double glazing.
Electricity insulationElectrical insulation exceeds 1015 ohms-cm resulting absolutely safe from electrical conductivity.
Fire redundantBeing flame retardant, will not cause, support or enhance the natural development of fire.
Corrosion resistantHighly resistive to the attacks of acids, alkalis, waste gases and salts.
Water ProofAbsorbs water below 0.1% (uPVC doors).
CraftsmanshipFactory Trained Installers, Locally Owned and fabrication makes it bespoke solution.
One UnitFully Welded Window (not screwed together).
Customer SatisfactionLarge numbers of satisfied customers and four years of positive feedback.
VersatilitySlim design, strong profiles and smooth surface with high performance glass options like tempered glass and Low-E.