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    Modernising your home with uPVC

    Could your home benefit from a fresh a vibrant look? Are you tired of repainting wooden window frames every five years? Then perhaps you might consider having uPVC windows and doors fitted. Double glazing has significantly evolved since first being introduced to the masses in the 1970s and can now be designed and manufactured in a multitude of styles and colours. Operating out of Coventry, Victory Windows can help guide you through the array double glazing options available to you.

    Windows

    There are three main window designs available in a variety of colours and finishes.

    Casement windows

    One of the most common types of uPVC double glazing is casement windows. They usually have one or two friction stay hinges that allow them to open to the side. Hinges can also be fitted to the top or bottom of the frame to create a tilt and turn window. For ease of cleaning, they can be manufactured to open inwards.

    Bay Windows

    Bay windows are multiple windows combined, typically three, and extend beyond the house to create extra interior space and grand looking exterior.

    Vertical sliding windows

    Vertical sliding or sash windows have been a common sight in the UK since the 17th century. Now you can combine the authentic feel of a sash window with the thermal benefits of uPVC. These types of windows are designed so that either one or both panes can slide.

    Doors

    There are three main types of uPVC doors available.

    Patio doors

    Typically patio doors allow for one pane to slide while the other remains static although they can be manufactured so that both move. They are a great way to increase natural light in a room.

    French doors

    French doors are similar in design to casement windows and allow for either one or both of the doors to open. They offer an affordable way to modernise your home.

    Bi-fold doors

    Bi-fold doors fold back like a concertina and will remain at whichever point you move them too. They are also a fantastic space saving design for cramped gardens.

    Conservatories

    If you are really looking to transform your home, then you might consider the benefits that a conservatory can bring. Conservatories are available in Edwardian, Georgian, Victorian and Lean-To Styles and as well as creating space they can add value to your home.

    If you live in Coventry and would like more information on any of our uPVC products, then contact our friendly sales team.