They are various different types and styles of Upvc Windows on the market today, which operate in different ways. Depending on where the window is located and the style of the property, these can provide unique benefits.
UPVC Casement Windows – Casement windows open outwards and are the most common type of Upvc Window. Casement Windows are A-Rated as standard, providing home owners significant savings on fuel bills in the winter months.
Tilt and Turn UPVC Windows – Tilt and Turn Windows are modest in design, whilst taking security in to consideration. A quarter turn of the handle opens the top slightly for secure ventilation, while a half turn will allow the window to swing inward on side hinges. Because of this Tilt and Turn windows are easy to clean from the inside.
Sliding Sash UPVC Windows – Sliding Sash windows slide vertically in the way you would expect a sash window to, however also tilt inwards for ventilation and have the added benefit of the low maintenance requirements of UPVC. For the more traditional home Sliding Sash windows could be the perfect UPVC Window solution.
UPVC Bay Windows – Bay windows are usually found in the living room, its possible to replace an existing flat window with a stylish bow or bay, allowing you to really add character and change the appearance of your home.
UPVC Cottage Style Windows – Cottage Style Windows maintain the look and feel of traditional wood in the style of Georgian & Tudor, however have all the advantages of state-of-the-art modern UPVC Window technology. Our Evolution Storm 2 Cottage Style Windows are handcrafted and tailor made from only the finest materials, offering outstanding energy saving, exceptional weather proofing and the great low maintenance benefits of UPVC.
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