05 Jun Coloured uPVC Windows That Stand Out From The Crowd
DDG Windows have been fitting uPVC windows in London since 1983.
Are you ready to stand out from the crowd?
We have a wide client base across London and often our customers opt for the classic white option when deciding on their uPVC frames. However, we have seen a huge change as our clients look for more individuality for their homes.
What does uPVC mean?
uPVC is an abbreviation for Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride. uPVC production started in the 1960’s in Germany, then Great Britain followed by the US. Over the years the production of uPVC has increased dramatically, and it now accounts for around 90% of all windows.
- Smooth Grey
- Smooth Black
- Grey Aluminium
We help you pick colours that suit the feel of the room you are going for.
Grey and Black can offer a minimalist feel.
What are the benefits of uPVC coloured windows and how are coloured uPVC windows made?
Coloured uPVC can be made by applying a foil as a form of a laminate finish. This creates the effect that can be found on any type of wood.
uPVC windows have other benefits too!
uPVC saves energy by preventing cold air and drafts entering your home. The double glazing offers high insulation and the vacuum between the panes acts like a solar panel! This ecological solution prevents heat and energy loss. They are weather proof and perform much better than hard wood frames which can swell and alter shape when damp and wet.