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Why would anyone want uPVC windows and doors?

 

You’re better off asking whether anyone wouldn’t want it.

 

UPVC Windows and Doors

 

Premium quality at affordable costs – who wouldn’t want that? Over the past few decades, uPVC windows and doors have escalated in popularity to become the most widely used in the property industry. Thanks to its rare elements, it functions as one of the most cost-effective, non-toxic and versatile materials on the planet. This makes uPVC the ideal solution for windows, doors and conservatories – but don’t just take our opinion for it. Shop around and you’ll see that uPVC is favoured by major glazing companies across the globe. Its clean, minimalistic and refined look is made for modern aesthetics.

 

Standing for “Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride”, uPVC is a strong, lightweight plastic building material. It is often used as a substitute to expensive aluminium or hardwood timber.

 

It has become increasingly popular in the home improvement industry as an alternative to painted timber. This can be attributed to its strong resistance against chemicals, sunlight and oxidisation from water. uPVC is particularly ideal for double-glazed windows and doors because it’s low-cost and low-maintenance. However, it is also used for roofline products – such as downpipes, guttering and fascia. Its strength and versatility is partly thanks to being manufactured using vinyl polymer. This is bound to chlorine atoms, so the frames themselves are not technically plastic and can work well with steel.

 

Here’s a brief breakdown on WHY you should invest in uPVC windows and doors:

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . aesthetically pleasing

 

Designs have significantly progressed since the chunky white frames of the 1980s. Now, you can benefit from a range of colours and varying styles, all in-keeping with your property.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . affordable and economical

 

In comparing uPVC with its counterparts – aluminium and wood – uPVC offers lower purchase and installation prices, lower maintenance costs and higher energy ratings.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . environmentally friendly

 

Made from highly insulated recyclable materials, uPVC is a non-toxic, long-lasting, material posing no threat to the environment. It’s lightweight too, meaning minimal loss of energy.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . fire retardant

 

During fire-related incidents, windows and doors are the main escape routes. Fortunately, uPVC is naturally flame retardant and does not cause, support, or enhance the spread of fire.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . low maintenance

 

Unlike aluminium and wood, you can effortlessly maintain uPVC windows and doors by simply wiping them down with warm, soapy water to keep them looking their best.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . robust and durable

 

Windows and doors fabricated from uPVC will not rot, warp, split or corrode. Moreover, galvanized steel reinforcements are help keep uPVC windows and doors structurally stable.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . safe and secure

 

Famous for their robustness and elaborate multi-point locking systems, uPVC windows and doors also have galvanized steel reinforcements to ensure the protection of your property.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . thermally insulated

 

uPVC is designed to retain the warmth whilst keeping the cold out. Plus, it also provides insulation from external sound, practically providing a noise-cancelling effect in your home.

 

uPVC windows and doors are . . . weather-proof

 

High durability suitably equips uPVC for the pressures of the British weather. Plus, its coating protects it from harmful UV rays that can cause materials to fade in prolonged sun exposure.

 

 

How do Boyland Windows provide you with the very best uPVC windows and doors?

 

TBC

 

At Boyland Windows, we only work with the best. Here are just some of the high-quality uPVC windows and doors suppliers that our valued customers can expect. Anything to help making our customers home improvement dreams a reality.

 

The Residence Collection

 

A clever blend of old and new.

 

The Residence 9 system is an eclectic blend of traditional aesthetics mixed with modern innovation. From the grandeur of stately homes to the solidity of Georgian and Victorian properties, right through to now. It’s an authentic replica of 19th Century timber designs and has taken pride and place in the Residence Collection. Proudly designed and manufactured in the UK, they’ve amongst the most renowned uPVC windows and doors suppliers available.

 

 

Roseview Windows

 

Style. Elegance. Authenticity.

 

Roseview have painstakingly replicated the charm and character of a timber sash window. These include joinery-styled mechanical joints, run-through horns, external putter lines and more. It would take an expert to spot that it’s made with uPVC! Better still, it doesn’t stop at the aesthetics. Modern materials and techniques offer a whole host of benefits. From energy efficiency and security, right through to sound insulation and low maintenance.

 

 

Timberlook

 

The timber alternative.

 

Using patented Timberweld technology, Timberlook window edges are completely sealed. Its resultant traditional butt joint is easily the most authentic on the market. Mimicking period flush casement designs, these uPVC windows and doors suppliers offer the ideal system. Better yet, uPVC profiles are accepted in conservation areas by local planning authorities. Plus, they have none of the costly maintenance and don’t deteriorate like wood.

 

VEKA

 

Shaping environments one sustainable product at a time.

 

The UK’s leading supplier for UPVC Windows and Doors, VEKA are shaping environments one sustainable product at a time. Renowned for designing, developing and extruding the most specified systems, VEKA doesn’t make promises they can’t keep. Driven by a culture of innovation, their brand is built on a heritage of trust, efficiency and commitment. They create unrivalled products that set the standards by which others are measured.

 

 

Get in contact and benefit from our experience with uPVC windows and doors!

 

First impressions are everything. Make yours count with Boyland Windows.

 

If we were to sum up Boyland Windows, we would say we are a solution provider for all your home improvement needs. We work with many product partners to supply you with the best possible option to use with your GOV Double Glazing Grant.

 

We cover:

 

Ashley – Barton on Sea – Boscombe – Bournemouth – Brockenhurst – Burley – Burton – Christchurch – Dorset – Ferndown – Hampshire – Highcliffe – Hurn – Lymington – Lyndhurst – Milford on Sea – Mudeford – The New Forest – New Milton – Poole – Ringwood – Southbourne – West Parley – Wimborne – Winton

 

At Boyland Windows, our friendly advisors can point you in the right direction for the best windows and doors. Have any further questions? We’re open Monday to Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm.

 

Please feel free to get in touch by calling 01202 499499 or use our contact form.

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