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Are you looking to get a brand-new window installed onto your property in Kidderminster, but are unsure of what kind of frames to go for? There are a number of options available on the market, including traditional timber frames. If you are looking for a low-maintenance solution that will last for decades without losing its appearance of performance then uPVC windows are the perfect choice for you.
Here at TWS Windows and Doors, we work throughout Kidderminster and the surrounding areas. Supplying homeowners with high-quality home improvement installations including windows, doors, conservatories, house extensions and roofing systems. All of our products are state-of-the-art, high performance and offered at competitive prices. For more information on our range of products and our installation service, feel free to contact us through our online contact form or give us a call on 01562 822855.
uPVC windows are by far the most popular and commonly chosen window design available. With the vast majority of UK properties having at least one uPVC window installed on it. With a lifespan of over 20 years, the durable uPVC frames are able to withstand even the harshest weather. They have been designed to last the continued day-to-day opening and closing without losing any of its high-quality performance, insulation or security.
Timber frames need repainting, sanding and varnishing every few years in order to prevent flaking, discolouration, and general wear & tear from exposure to the elements. However, uPVC doesn’t need anything more than the occasional wash down to keep its outstanding appearance.
PVC and uPVC are basically the same material, being polyvinyl chloride; however, uPVC, previously knowns as PVCu, stands for unplasticised polyvinyl chloride. uPVC does not contain the plasticising elements in PVC, which makes it far sturdier and harder wearing. The more flexible PVC is far more commonly used in pipework, while uPVC is instead implemented into other uses including manufacturing window frames.
uPVC windows can last for at least two decades without any need for any attention outside of the occasional wash. But, sometimes accidents do happen. If your uPVC window is broken, either through accident, outside force or even a break-in, then is it possible to have it repaired?
There are several different elements within your window that may need repairs, including locks, hinges and handles, all of which can easily be replaced by a hireable repairman. If the glass within the frame is broken, then you will have to get some new glass fitted into your uPVC frame; but if the uPVC frame itself is either underperforming or has suffered damage then you may need to get a new window unit to replace it. Most uPVC window companies provide this service, including TWS Windows and Doors, so for more information on how you can get your uPVC window replacement, contact us today.
You don’t want to end up paying through the nose for window installation or replacement. Here at TWS Windows, we aim to offer our customers in Kidderminster and the surrounding areas with only the best, competitive quotes for your home improvement installation project.
Like all kinds of home improvement products, the cost of your uPVC window will depend on a number of different factors; including the dimensions of the unit, the style of window chosen, what colours and foils you want for your uPVC and any additional features and fittings.
Casement Windows – The standard uPVC window design, casement windows blend in perfectly to any kind of property; including traditional, modern, period and contemporary homes. With a range of different configuration and opening options, they are incredibly customisable and easily tailored to suit your needs.
Tilt and Turn Windows – Ideal for high-rise and upper floor rooms, these windows tilt inwards to create an easy to clean and safe way to ventilate your home.
Bow and Bay Windows– Creating extra space in your home, these windows extend out past your exterior wall in a semi-circular or rectangular shape that can be used as extra living space or utilised into a window seat for extra comfort and storage space.
|Casement Window Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|500mm x 500mm||White||£150 – £175|
|500mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£175 – £200|
|1000mm x 500mm||White||£175 – £200|
|1000mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£200 – £250|
|1000mm x 1000mm||White||£200 – £250|
|1000mm x 1000mm||Wood Grain||£225 – £275|
|1200mm x 1200mm||White||£225 – £275|
|1200mm x 1200mm||Wood Grain||£250 – £300|
For more information on the price of your new uPVC window, please feel free to contact us to talk through your available options.
If you would like to get a competitive quote for your very own brand new uPVC window for your property in Kidderminster or the surrounding areas, then do not hesitate to use our free online quotation engine to design your very own bespoke window unit from scratch. We will then be in contact to offer you a competitive quote, entirely free of charge and with zero obligation to you.
If you have any other questions about any of our products or installation services, then contact us through our online contact form, or give us a call on 01562 822855. Shortly, a friendly and helpful member of our team will be in touch to give you all of the information you may need for your home improvement project.
We look forward to hearing from you!