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Double Glazed uPVC Windows

Innovative Energy-Efficient uPVC Windows Australia

Designed to architecturally complement all homes and commercial properties, discover a huge range of modern uPVC windows Melbourne at PVC Windows Australia. If you are tired of paying hefty electricity bills, then installing high-quality uPVC (unplasticized Poly Vinyl Chloride) windows from our window installation specialist is the reliable solution to keep your power bills at a minimum.

Installing our uPVC double glazed windows Melbourne has many benefits that make you feel satisfied with your decision to install them. Our uPVC windows help to:

  • Reduce your energy bills
  • Reduce outside noise
  • Prevent rainwater to enter inside
  • Lower carbon footprints
  • Never fades, crack or split
  • Require no maintenance

These are the specialties of a UPVC window. We are proud to bring the addition of such a valuable window in the industry that has every property of an ideal window. Added more to its features, these have inherent flame retardant properties. Moreover,  our offered uPVC windows Australia has been developed and tested to meet its durability and breakage-free installation requirements.

uPVC Withstand Extreme Weather Conditions

Unlike other ordinary window and doorframes that expand and contract after facing extreme weather conditions, our uPVC windows and its quality frames are known to withstand any drastic climatic condition, no matter what Australia’s weather is up to! Our window limits the transfer of heat through the frame, and during winter it keeps the surrounding warmer.

FAQ About uPVC Windows:

Q1. What is uPVC double glazing?

Ans: uPVC (unplasticized Poly Vinyl Chloride) double glazing is a window which is known to improve the thermal efficiency of your home, insulating against heat and cold to make the home environment-friendly.

Q2. How much do uPVC double glazed windows cost in Melbourne?

Ans: There are several factors to take into consideration when it comes to the cost of uPVC double glazed windows Melbourne– style, material of the frames and glass type determine the cost since different materials and style cost different amounts.

Q3. Which is better uPVC or aluminum?

Ans: Aluminium vs uPVC windows- it’s a never-ending debate, however, uPVC has always been a popular choice among property builders and constructors due to its durability and resistance to rot.

Q4. What happens to old uPVC windows?

Ans: PVC windows Australia take a step forward to remove your old, inefficient windows before installing a new energy-efficient uPVC window. Once the window is fitted, our professionals will break your old window and escorted it to the recycling area to create something new and thereby, saving useful materials from being pointlessly thrown away.