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Frequently Asked Question’s
Yes, UPVC windows are well known for their exceptional energy efficiency. They provide great thermal insulation, helping to keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, helping to reduce heating and cooling costs.
UPVC windows are highly durable and resistant to rot, pests and corrosion. These windows do not crack, warp, or fade easily, making them a long-lasting option for homes.
Yes, UPVC windows require very minimal maintenance. They can be easily cleaned with soap and water, and usually do not require re-painting or sealing like other types of windows.
Yes, UPVC windows can effectively help reduce outside noise, providing a quieter indoor environment compared to single-pane windows. For additional sound insulation, double or triple glazing can be installed.
Yes, UPVC windows are available at Capital UPVC in a variety of colours and styles to suit different exterior designs and preferences. They can imitate the look of traditional wooden windows or be customised to match the decoration of your home.
In most cases, minimal damage to UPVC windows can be repaired. Any cracks or chips can often be filled and repaired, expanding the lifespan of the window.
Yes, UPVC windows are suitable for various climates, from cold and rainy to hot and humid. Their great insulation properties make them effective in both hot and cold climates, helping to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
Yes, UPVC doors can be customised to fit your specific requirements regarding style, size, hardware and colour.
With proper maintenance and care, UPVC doors can last for many years, often longer than 20 years. They are known for their durability and resistance to corrode, rot, and pests, making them a long-lasting investment for homeowners.
Yes, UPVC is a recyclable material, which means that UPVC doors can be recycled and reused at the end of their lifespan. Recycling UPVC helps to reduce waste and protect resources, making it an environmentally friendly option for door materials.
The cost of UPVC doors can vary depending on factors such as design, size, installation requirements and hardware. Generally, UPVC doors are considered to be cost-effective compared to other door materials like aluminium or wood. While the upfront costs may be a little bit higher than some alternatives, the long-term savings in energy efficiency and maintenance can make UPVC doors a worthwhile investment.
Yes, UPVC doors are available with varying levels of security features to meet different needs and preferences. High-security UPVC doors may include multi-point locking systems, reinforced frames, toughened or laminated glass and more.
Yes, UPVC doors are great for weather resistance, and can withstand exposure to various weather conditions, including wind, rain, and extreme temperatures. They do not rot, corrode, or warp when exposed to moisture, making them suitable for both exterior and interior applications.