What are uPVC Windows & Doors in Birmingham?
uPVC windows and doors are the most popular choice for UK homeowners looking to simultaneously improve their homes and save money. Whilst they have been manufactured for over 50 years, modern designs have improved their overall quality and design. They are now one of the best options on the market for their energy efficiency and sleek aesthetic.
uPVC doors & windows have a galvanized steel core coated in unplasticized polyvinyl chloride. Due to this, they are incredibly durable and able to withstand all weather alongside rigorous wear and tear. Their robust construction also means that they are extremely low maintenance, easy to clean, and resistant to wear and tear.
The Benefits of uPVC Windows & Doors in Birmingham
uPVC windows and doors will help you keep your home at comfortable temperatures, replacing your previous windows and doors can have an immense effect on the quality of life in your home. All of our uPVC products are double-glazed to help insulate your home. Double-glazing can be up to 30% more energy efficient than single-glazed, double-glazed uPVC windows and doors can increase this even more so.
Your energy efficiency measures how much energy is spent attaining a certain benefit, such as heating or cooling your home. The more energy-efficient something is, the less energy you lose in the process of achieving your desired temperatures. Consequently, the less energy you lose, the less you spend on your monthly energy bills. Thus, making these much more cost-effective. An added benefit of energy efficiency to consider is the reduction of your carbon footprint or the amount of impact you have on the environment.
Highly energy-efficient uPVC windows and doors will help to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This will keep your energy bills friendlier, and your loved ones comfortable all year around. This can be especially important in Birmingham, as you will often experience harsh winter weather, alongside uncomfortably hot summers.
Double-glazed uPVC windows and doors are also likely to reduce the amount of condensation forming on your windows when external temperatures begin to cool. They are also fantastic for noise reduction if you live near traffic heavy roads, train lines, or airports. Furthermore, uPVC is far stronger than many other window and door materials on the market, further increasing your home security.
When to Replace Your Old Windows & Doors?
The first sign that you need your windows and doors replaced, is if you haven’t already got double-glazing. If, however, you are still in doubt about whether you should replace your existing windows or doors, there are other factors to consider:
- If your windows or doors were installed 15 years ago or longer.
- If you are frequently finding your glass foggy.
- If your glass is broken.
- If you are having trouble opening or closing them.
- If the locks are not working properly or are beginning to stiffen.
Installing Your New uPVC Windows & Doors in Birmingham
If you do decide that now is the time to upgrade your old windows and doors, it is important to find a trustworthy company. A company that you can rely on to provide top-quality materials as well as keep the installation easy and well-executed.
At Wiser Improvements, we have a team of professionals on hand to help advise you to make the right decision for your home. There are a wide variety of designs and models of double-glazed uPVC windows & doors in Birmingham for you to choose from. This makes it even easier to replace your old ones whilst keeping your current aesthetic or even improving your current look.
The proper installation of uPVC windows and doors is extremely important for achieving maximum energy efficiency. This should be done by experienced professionals to ensure the integrity of your installation. At Wiser Improvements, we are specialists in our field and pride ourselves on the care and attention we put into every installation. We can offer you a free quote to replace our old windows and doors. We take every precaution necessary to achieve every installation efficiently and with as little disruption as possible.