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UPVC doors have the frames made from the material named uPVC which is the short term for unplasticized polyvinyl chloride, a strong material widely used to make doors, windows and pipes. In the manufacturing process, the uPVC is heated to the point that it becomes liquid and then injected into the frame moulds.


UPVC Sliding Doors are lightweight, highly durable, and comes in sturdy design options. In fact, as the functioning of uPVC sliding doors is effortless and noiseless, the mechanism of sliding doors is also often referred to as the Silent System. Sliding doors make it easy to bring the outdoors inside by creating a seamless flow between your home's outdoor and indoor spaces.


A casement door is similar in concept to a casement window: a hinged single sash (opening door leaf within a frame) or a dual sash to result in what is usually referred to as a 'French door'. They open out sideways up to 90 degrees. They are attractive, secure and tend to provide better energy efficiency than hung, slider and awning windows that are configured with standard glass and gas fills.


With folding doors, the door itself will slide open, whilst its panels fold up and stack against the wall in order to make the most of a space. Folding doors are used as room dividers in homes as well as in industrial and agricultural environments. In these spaces folding doors are mainly used in bedrooms, dining rooms, warehouses, storages, garages and for example cow sheds.
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UPVC window frames provide intense thermal and noise insulation. In such windows, a plastic powder called UPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) is used to make the frames for windows. It is a long-lasting building material. It is also known as rigid PVC due to the fact that it is hard and not flexible.


Slider windows consist of two or more sashes that open horizontally. These windows are placed along a track and fitted to rollers that enable smooth and swift movement. Further, as the sashes stay within the frame instead of opening outwards or inwards, sliding windows offer optimum space utilisation.


For the spaces in your house that require natural lighting, the stationary, non-operative fixed window design is the ideal solution. It keeps out heat, dust, and noise and offers an unobstructed view for a greater aesthetic appeal. This type of windows can be further paired with other window styles and fitted in aluminium, wood, or UPVC frames for an appealing look and improved functionality.


Top hung windows are windows that swing open from the bottom and are hinged at the top. This style of window needs to have enough friction on the hinge so that the window will stay open. Top hung windows have hinges with a friction stay. When the window sash is closed, all sides are fixed on the window frame, so the security and anti-theft performance is excellent.

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