If you’ve been thinking it’s time to replace your windows, you have a few options to consider before proceeding with your project. With new windows comes the opportunity to change the style and function of your windows, as well as the look and feel of your entire home. The type of material your window frames are made of is another decision you will need to make for your project.
There are multiple options such as wood, aluminum, composite, and even fiberglass. An increasingly popular option is PVC, below we’ll go over what you need to know about PVC.
PVC stands for unplasticized polyvinyl chloride, a term most of us are unfamiliar with. However, many of us have been in close contact with the material before, as most vinyl windows are made of PVC. The material is more ridged and does not deform or change color as quickly as regular PVC windows. It is also more resistant to weather conditions and fire than PVC. But the main difference is that uPVC does not contain BPA and phthalates, which is important for you and your family’s health. BPA is a toxic chemical found in some plastics and has been linked to neurological and immune problems among other potentially dangerous health hazards.
These windows have gained popularity because the material is easy to work with and can be used on a wide range of window sizes, styles and shapes. PVC windows are extremely durable, they are resistant to bugs and fire, they will not peel, rust or rot, and the color will not fade for decades. Maintenance of PVC windows is quite simple, all that is required is a light wash several times a year with soap and water. Since these frames will not peel or peel, there is no need to paint. Even if the frames get scratched, the paint goes through the entire frame, so there will be minimal visibility of the scratched area and no need for repair.
You may have wondered if replacement windows are worth the cost? PVC windows are produced hermetically sealed and, in combination with other window efficiency characteristics, limit the entry or exit of warm air from your home. When you’re heating your home during the colder months and cooling your home in the warmer months, these windows will help you maintain the ideal indoor temperature in your home, meaning your HVAC system won’t have to work as hard and saving you money on your energy bills.
PVC windows are also great for reducing outside noise, if you live in a busy neighborhood or near a high street you know that outside noise can often seep into your home. PVC windows offer excellent sound dampening, so when the windows are closed you can enjoy the company of your friends and family or simply enjoy the quiet time without being disturbed by what is happening outside. You will probably be pressured to appreciate peace and quiet.
If you are looking for which PVC windows to install, Nurkovic Company offers you a wide range of PVC windows from renowned global manufacturers.
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