Are uPVC Windows Double Glazed?
Our Replacement uPVC Windows Are Double Glazed and Come in a Range of Different Shapes, Styles and Colours to Suit All Properties.
uPVC, or Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride, is a low-maintenance building material that is very commonly used in the construction of durable, long lasting window frames and window sills. uPVC windows are double glazed and can be used to replace older single glazed units, for better thermal efficiency, insulation and resistance to condensation.
When opting for a uPVC frame you can select from a wide variety of styles, colours and sizes, including casement windows, sash windows and tilt n turn windows. One of the major benefits of uPVC is that it is very easy to colour, and so homeowners can choose from a rainbow of shades when deciding what their window frames and sills should look like.
Brackenwood only use the highest quality materials in our double glazed window installations. All of our uPVC windows come with A++ Rated double glazing that is thermally efficient and can help to reduce your energy bills by up to £30 a month. Our uPVC range also benefits from the SAC Shootbolt locking system, which adds additional security and takes pressure away from the hinges, ensuring a longer life for your windows.
Double glazed uPVC windows are available with a range of flexible finance options, including Buy Now Pay Later, monthly payments and five years interest-free credit.
Related Topics in Our Window Buying Guide:
- Which Double Glazed Window Designs Will Suit My Home?
- What are the Most Energy Efficient Windows?
- How Long Do Double Glazed Windows Last?