Keep your Home Cosy with New UPVC Doors and Windows

Fitting new UPVC doors and windows is a great option for anyone looking to reduce their energy bills and make their home more secure – of course they are also a stunning addition to the exterior of any home. Find out more about UPVC doors and windows with our handy guide that will help you in the decision making process.

Modern or Traditional?

It’s possible to find UPVC doors and windows in both traditional and contemporary styles. UPVC sash windows can be fitted to period homes, for example, and these blend seamlessly with the existing architecture whilst providing all the modern benefits of UPVC, such as superior insulation and noise reduction.

Choosing the Right Supplier

When searching for a UPVC doors and windows supplier, it’s important to check their accreditation – ideally they should be FENSA registered as this ensures that you don’t have to register your new door and window installation with your local authority. Using a FENSA registered installer ensures that your new doors and windows will be compliant with Building Regulations. It goes without saying that you should also check previous customer testimonials and ask to see examples of their previous projects before signing anything.

Why Should you Choose UPVC?

UPVC doors and windows offer superior insulation – this means that they keep the cold out and the warmth in, reducing your energy bills. It is also possible to find UPVC doors and windows which have been made from recycled materials, and most UPVC windows can be recycled once their lifespan reaches an end, so you’re doing your bit for the environment by choosing UPVC. Because UPVC doors have a galvanised steel core and multi-point locking system, they are more secure than a traditional wooden door, which could reduce the cost of your home insurance with some providers. 
If you order for installation 6 UPVC windows on a terraced house, you could expect to pay about £300 per window which makes it £1,800 in total. If you want to order a front and a back door, the price per door is between £400 and £500 to have it fitted. 
Safestyle-Windows offer better than half price deals on all uPVC doors and windows so it's worht having a look at their range. 
Everest offer a wide range of UPVC doors and windows in both traditional and modern styles – you can book an appointment with one of their advisors through their website or request a free brochure. 
Swish Windows are one of the UK’s leading installers of UPVC doors and windows – it’s easy to request a free quote or a brochure through their website, and with more than 40 years’ experience in the industry, you can be sure they are a reputable company. Crystal Home Improvements offer UPVC doors and windows and you can get an online quote through their website. They offer a 10 year no quibble guarantee on all their products.
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