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uPVC Doors offer a wide range of benefits, including durability, low maintenance, safety and security,
We’ve highlighted some of the key features and benefits of uPVC windows and doors here to help you decide.
uPVC is short for un-plasticised polyvinyl chloride. It is used most commonly in the construction of windows, doors, guttering and pipes, wrapped around a galvanised steel core of the former items for exceptional strength.
Why should you select uPVC Doors?
Developments in the manufacturing process have meant homeowners are no longer limited to white and not only colour that is customisable there us now endless options to choose from: - shapes, styles and imitation effects such as wood grain.
We can now tailor UPVC products to your desired specifications; meaning your doors will outfit perfectly into your home or property.
The security of a property or home is paramount to any door installation. Therefore UPVC exceeds expectations with an ultra-light yet sturdy frame.
Energy efficiency is at the front of everyone mind, especially with the cost of energy bills rising.
UPVC is a low conductor of heat meaning when fitted correctly it will form a closed air system minimising the heat loss.
4. Low Maintenance
UPVC is a low maintenance material. Doors made from UPVC can last for decades without any sign of weathering, the only upkeep is a wipe down clean with soapy water to prevent staining and remove grim or dirt.
The material is incredibly tough meaning the frames can cope against the most extreme elements and are not affected by rot and corrosion. Our uPVC doors are also protected against ultraviolet (UV) rays which prevent the material from fading in prolonged sun exposure.
The average life span of UPVC windows can range between 40-80 years. Our uPVC doors are mainly recyclable. We will happily take away your old uPVC units and recycle them to be made into pipes, guttering plus many more home improvement essentials. 7. Weather Resistant
Weathering is a common problem amongst most materials used on the exterior of a property. uPVC doors do not react with water and air and are not susceptible to the natural elements, meaning a longer life span without ageing.
Most uPVC doors should reduce external noise by up 50% compared to there traditional counterparts.