If it’s time for you to get a new set of windows and doors for your home, you may be wondering which is the best material to choose. There are a few options and all of them have different qualities to consider. If you’re still slightly confused, we’ve created a brief guide to some of the most popular materials available.
uPVC is probably the most popular material when it comes to windows and doors – and for good reason. Although some people think that uPVC offers very little aesthetically, they are easily the most cost-effective. uPVC will last for decades with very little maintenance at all. This style of window and door is rot-proof, weatherproof and offers excellent energy efficiency. They are also cheap to install. This means that, not only do you save money on the installation process, but you’ll be paying very little moving forward and may even save some money on your energy bills!
One of the main benefits of choosing aluminium windows is that they offer the strongest frame on the market. As well as being durable, they are also easily customisable, eco-friendly and have some energy efficiency capabilities. However, aluminium frames are more expensive than uPVC and offer similar benefits for more cost.
Wood is an excellent choice, particularly for period properties. One of the greatest advantages of choosing wood for your windows and doors is that they are easily painted and customised and that they offer a traditional aesthetic. However, they don’t last for anywhere near as long as uPVC or aluminium and do not fare as well in adverse weather conditions.
If you require a new set of windows and doors or conservatory at your property, Lifestyle Designs can help. We have a wide range of high-quality windows and doors for you to choose from. As one of the leadings manufacturers of windows and doors in the UK, we should be your choice.
To find out more, please feel free to contact us today. You can find us at Lifestyle Designs, Unit 2G, Brown Lees Ind Est, Forge Way, Knypersley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST8 7DN. Alternatively, call us on 01782 761221 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.