uPVC windows are a popular choice for their durability, energy efficiency, and low maintenance. If you’re in the process of choosing new windows, there are several important factors to consider ensuring you make the best decision for your needs and budget.
1. Style and design: uPVC windows come in a variety of styles, such casement, sliding, awning, and French windows. Consider the overall design and style and choose windows that complement the exterior and interior.
2. Size and placement: It’s important to measure the openings where the windows will be installed to ensure a proper fit. Consider the placement of the windows in relation to the sun and any potential obstructions, as this can affect the amount of natural light and ventilation the windows will provide.
3. Energy efficiency: uPVC windows are known for their energy efficiency, but it’s still important to consider the specific ratings and features of the windows you choose. Look for windows with high energy ratings and consider options like double glazing fills to improve insulation and energy efficiency.
4. Cost: The cost of uPVC windows can vary depending on the size, style, and energy efficiency ratings. It’s important to set a budget and consider the long-term cost savings of more energy-efficient windows.
5. Supplier or manufacturer: Zenit Window System is a reputable supplier or manufacturer with a track record of producing high-quality UPVC windows.
By considering these factors, you can make an informed decision that will provide long-lasting benefits for your home and Zenit Window Systems will assist you make the best decision for your needs and budget.
Measuring and Ordering UPVC windows
Accurate measurement is an important step in the process of ordering uPVC windows. Incorrect measurements can result in windows that don’t fit properly, which can lead to problems such as drafts, leaks, and difficulty opening and closing the windows. To ensure a proper fit, it’s important to follow the steps below when measuring and ordering UPVC windows.
1. Measure the width and height of the opening: Using a tape measure, measure the width and height of the opening where the window will be installed. Measure at the top, middle, and bottom of the opening to account for any variations in the opening size. Record the smallest measurement for both the width and height.
2. Account for any obstructions: Consider any obstructions that may affect the size of the window, such as windowsills, trim, or hardware. Measure the distance between the obstruction and the edge of the opening to ensure that the window will fit properly.
3. Consider the placement of the window: Consider the placement of the window in relation to the sun and any potential obstructions. This can affect the amount of natural light and ventilation the window will provide.
Zenit Window System will help or guide you in selecting, measuring and ordering UPVC windows, By taking the time to measure the opening, account for any obstructions, and consider the placement of the window, you can ensure that the windows fit properly and function as intended. Properly fitted uPVC windows can provide energy efficiency, low maintenance, and durability, adding value and comfort to your home. By carefully considering these factors, you can make an informed decision that will provide long-lasting benefits for your property and you can ensure that the windows fit correctly and perform as intended, providing added value and comfort to your property.