The windows you install in your home plays a very important role in determining how beautiful your house looks. The windows also determine how much your property will cost. This is why many homeowners are now switching to UPVC double glazed windows and doors. This is mainly because the UPVC windows look not only good but also offers excellent energy efficiency and requires little maintenance.
With the Nu-Eco UPVC windows, you will have tough and durable windows in your home that will make your house look appealing. The best part is that you will have several types of UPVC windows to choose from as well as several colors and type of glass used. Here are the different types of UPVC windows that you will choose from.
Fixed Double Glazed
These are UPVC windows that cannot be opened. They are therefore a good option if that particular area that you want to install them in is already well ventilated. Their main purpose will be to let in some light in that particular room.
Casement Double Glazing
These are windows that open outwards. They are opened in the same way that doors open. Usually, casement double glazing windows are two on both sides of the frame. They are a perfect alternative for replacing your sash windows. You can also install them on windows that cannot be easily reached to be opened.
Sliding and Gliding
These types of windows are similar to sliding patio doors. They usually sit behind another pane and can be moved from side to side. Sliding and gliding UPVC windows are perfect for installation in rooms that have limited space. However, these types of windows don’t allow a lot of airflows because only one of them can be opened at one time.
Awning Double Glazed
These types of UPVC windows open outwards and are hinged at the top of the frame. They are therefore great at ventilation since they let in a lot of light. They also work well in limited spaces. You can, therefore, install them in your living room or your office since you will require a lot of light. You can easily open them from the bottom.
Bay and Bow Window
This type of window is ideal for properties that have alcoves in one of their main rooms. Their design usually includes a wide front with three faces and two short sides. They usually have five facets and are curved. Most Edwardian and Victorian period styled homes usually have the bay and bow UPVC window styles.