UPVC Windows FAQs
Upvc windows can cost anywhere in the region of £800 to £3,000 per window. The price you pay is dependent on a wide range of factors including size, style and quantity. To get an accurate price for your project, make sure to contact our team using our online contact form or give us a call at 01895 247222
On average, uPVC windows will last around 20 years depending on the quality of the installation and the amount of maintenance they receive. uPVC is not the most durable material on the market but due to their affordability, they are a great entry-level window making them popular with homeowners up and down the country.
uPVC is coloured as a part of the manufacturing process to ensure that the final product matches the aesthetic of the rest of your property. A couple of the most common manufacturing processes include:
- Coloured plastic
- Coloured foils
- Spray painting
On average, uPVC windows will last around 20 years. This being said, some uPVC windows can go on to last +30 years with the correct maintenance. As a general rule of thumb, uPVC windows should be replaced when they no longer function correctly. A few early warning signs to keep an eye out for include a constant draft, water from outside getting in or when the mechanism is no longer locking correctly
Double-glazed uPVC windows are an excellent option if you’re looking for an affordable window option with excellent energy efficiency. uPVC as a material is very known to be cost-effective but one of its downsides is its lack of thermal efficiency. Pairing uPVC with a double-glazed window allows you to get the best of both worlds, a budget-friendly window frame with excellent thermal performance.