Australian weather can be harsh, hot, humid, and chilly. The exterior of your home takes the brunt of it, which can cause particular problems if you don’t use the right materials. However, uPVC double glazing is highly durable in any weather conditions and ensures the security of your home for years to come.
These windows won’t rot because of the material used unlike wood and other options. Plus, they don’t have as much maintenance tied to them as wood window frames, which means you don’t have to paint or seal them, and washing is a breeze. If all that wasn’t enough, you can save a lot of money by choosing such a window, as well as reduce your carbon footprint.
When you decide on uPVC double glazing, the trick is to choose the right company to help you. Most people worry more about installation, but the first step is to choose the right window. The company you choose will be able to explain the process in detail and can offer advice on which window style and options are best for you. They will also use appropriate gas between the glass panes to act as an insulator so that heat won’t escape, all while keeping out cold air.
At Weatherall Windows, any window they offer is made with unplasticised polyvinyl chloride because they know you care about your windows. Plus, they offer double-glazed features which are more energy efficient and healthier for the environment. You can also find a U-value as low as 1.4 when Low-E glass and Argon gas is used. They also have a four to six-week lead time instead of 16 weeks and choose to use products produced for the Australian market. uPVC double glazing gives you the added benefit of two panes of glass and the strongest material available for windows and doors.