uPVC – its importance in glass doors and windows

uPVC – its importance in glass doors and windows
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Your home is a place to relax and unwind. It keeps you away from all the hustle and bustle of daily life. It offers you and your family security and solace.   Hence, when it comes to the interiors of your home, one should be very careful in choosing the right products.

The right products will help you create an atmosphere that is comfortable and safe. They will also enhance your lifestyle and keep your family secure.

So what should you invest in, in order to achieve the above?

The answer is a versatile and eco-friendly product- uPVC doors and windows.

uPVC is one of the world’s oldest polymers. It is a cost-effective, non-toxic and environmentally efficient material used in construction, transportation, industries etc. Unlike its wooden or aluminium counterparts, uPVC offers windows that do not require maintenance. These windows also play a significant role in maintaining the décor of the house, ensuring safety and security for the occupants.

Advantages of using uPVC windows

uPVC window systems enhances natural cross-ventilation. Good quality uPVC windows and doors offers ultraviolet resistance and don’t fade due to heat, humidity or pollution. These window frames are easy to clean and don’t require painting or sealing, this considerably lessens the maintenance required over their lifetime.

uPVC Door & Window solutions by AIS VUE

AIS VUE offers a complete range of high-performance uPVC door and window solutions. From profiles to glass, to installation and support, it offers solutions that span a wide range of contemporary, aesthetic and durable doors & windows tailor-made for your home.

Installing AIS VUE uPVC glass door and window solutions will enhance energy efficiency and help you live a green and clean life! AIS VUE also provides you solutions that are crafted with the strategic intent to solve numerous challenges at home, offices and other places.


Our range of uPVC window includes:

EcoVUE – If you are looking to reduce your electricity usage, this solution can help you cut down costs.

SilentVUE – If healthy living conditions and mental peace is what you want, look no further. AIS noise cancellation solutions will help you reduce indoor noise by up to 70%.

SafeVUE–If you have kids in your homes, this glass window is the best choice. This safety glass ensures no cuts or injuries.

GuardVUE – This burglar-proof solution ensures utmost safety and security.

CustomVUE– CustomVUE allows you to choose from a range of specialised glass products and combine multiple benefits to create a unique experience designed for you, by you.

With the above solutions, you can keep your homes warmer, cosier and reassuringly secure. Whether it is noise, dust, heat, or burglars, AIS VUE solutions helps you keep the ‘unwanted’ from entering your home in a modern and stylish manner.

If you have been planning to replace your existing windows or install new ones, uPVC glass doors and windows by AIS VUE is the ultimate choice!

600450 uPVC – its importance in glass doors and windows glassonweb.com
Date: 3 May 2016
Source: www.aisglass.com

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