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uPVC Windows

Awning Windows

An awning window is a casement window that is hung horizontally, hinged on top so that it swings outward like an awning. Awning windows are designed to provide light and breeze. They are great for bathrooms and other areas that need to maintain privacy while still letting some light in.

Bay Windows

Bay windows create an open, peaceful feel indoors. Their multiple views allow light to stream in from different angles. Bay windows can dress up any home with uniqueness and style and are available with or without optional casements for ventilation. Replacing a flat window with a bay can completely change the amount of light that room receives. They are primarily used for lounge rooms, but can also add character to master bedrooms.

Casement Windows

Casement windows open outward for light, fresh air and side breezes. They’re tightly sealed for energy efficiency and great for hard-to-reach places, such as over the sinks and appliances in the kitchen. Casement crank open either to the left or the right, as opposed to sliding up and down, making them easier to move.

Fixed Windows

Fixed Windows are installed directly into a wall and cannot be opened or closed.

French Windows

French Windows are usually made of two panes and can be opened inward or outward completely to allow 100% air flow.

Seamless Windows

If unobstructed views are a must for your new windows, consider going with a seamless window. This will ensure that the transition from indoors to outdoors won’t be an obvious one.

Skylight Windows

A skylight is basically a flat or slope window built into a roof structure, and its frame is designed to withstand the rigors of weather. By letting natural light stream in, a skylight gives a room a feeling of spaciousness and light, which limits the need for electric lighting and trims energy bills. Whether it’s sunlight you crave, or the view of a starry night from the comfort of your living room, skylight can provide it.

Sliding Windows

A sliding window is usually made of two panels, with one fix and the other one sliding horizontally beside the fixed panel. They are a popular choice in Australia due to their space-saving design and easy operation.

Picture Windows

Picture windows are very large fixed windows in a wall which offer an unobstructed view of the outdoors, as if framing a picture. They often come as one large fixed glass in the centre, flanked by smaller windows at each side that can be opened for ventilation. These windows create a large visual space without having to open the entire window just for a little air.

Tilt & Slide Windows

A window where the sash can tilt inwards at the top or it can slide horizontally beside the fixed panel.

Tilt & Turn Windows

A tilt and turn window can either tilt inwards at the top, or can open inwards hinged at the side. It is a very popular choice for double story homes as it’s easy to clean the exterior glass from the inside.

The Tilt and Turn Windows range is the highest Star Energy Efficiency Rated product available in Australia today.

It is also by far the most common type of window in Germany - its country of origin.

Energy efficient windows

Windows are evaluated using an 8 star rating energy system (WERS) and are BAL-40 approved – passed the Australian standards for windows and doors in a bushfire zone.

Our uPVC Awning and uPVC Tilt and Turn Double Glazed Windows have been tested and included in the Window Energy Rating Scheme (WERS) – this tells you the impact your windows will have on the energy efficiency of your home and the environment.

This scheme also provides quality assurance – all WERS-rated windows meet Australian standards.

High performance windows provide additional comfort, and improve your home’s resale value.

Benefits of double glazed windows

Double glazed windows are an ideal energy efficient option with the added benefit of substantially reducing outside noise.

The sealed air gap between the two panes is filled with argon gas which provides an extra layer of insulation to:

  • Reduce the amount of heat escaping during winter
  • Prevent the heat from entering your home during summer
  • Create an effective sound barrier.

Why use uPVC?

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Dear Doina and Dan

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