Advantages of uPVC material in windows & doors- Ropo

Advantages of uPVC

uPVC in Windows & Doors

UPVC is one of the most preferred window framing materials and is now gaining popularity in the global market due to its highly-efficient performance ratings. Want to know about aluminum too? Click here

Advantages

  • Energy Efficiency

    uPVC is non-conductive, its use in window frames does not transfer heat and therefore contributes to a more consistent internal temperature for a building. The combination of uPVC window frames and double glazing makes for highly energy efficient windows.

  • High Durability

    uPVC is a very durable material used in water and sewer pipes for at least 100 years, it not rot and is resistant to corrosion. Tested & Proven on corner welding strength withstanding up to 5.500N.

  • High Security

    uPVC windows incorporate multi-locking systems providing a high level of security for homes or businesses. Most uPVC window locking systems lock at multiple points all around the sash and frame.

  • Low Maintenance

    uPVC window frames don't need painting or sealing which significantly reduces the maintenance required over their lifetime. They are easily cleaned with water and detergent.

  • High Soundproof Quality

    Double glazed uPVC windows and doors are able to cut down noise by as much as 70%.

  • Air & Water Tight

    Windows and doors utilizing uPVC are welded together, meaning they are air & water tight, which is best for wet areas.

Recommended Areas

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    Coastal Areas

    It's always nice to live close to the coast. However the salt in air might corrode your windows, that's when uPVC windows come in.

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    Cold Places

    With uPVC's heat preservation feature, 80% of European homes use uPVC windows to keep warm in winters.

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    Noisy Environment

    We enjoy convenience in the cities but at the same time suffer from all the noises around us. uPVC windows can effectively cut down noise from outside.

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    Passive House

    Passive house is a type of energy efficient house that uses uPVC windows and doors, it requires little energy for space heating or cooling.

Trusted Suppliers

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We are proud to be partnering with the Veka Group the largest extruder of fenestration systems in the world.

Veka offers some of the most innovative and advanced uPVC profile in the world. For example, their Tropical Mix Profile is UV resistant and doesn't discolor easily, which makes it the ideal material for harsh tropical and subtropical climates areas i.e. Australia, India, North- and Middle America and South East Asia, etc.. Another advantage of Veka profile is it's lead-free, which is safer for us to install in-house.

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