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Our PVC Windows
come with the following Key Features
A-Rated as Standard
We use a 5 chamber frame with our Thermaglaze glass, combined with air tightness give the A rating. A rating means your heat stays in the house for longer without the need for as much fuel, average home can save up to 400 euro a year.
Energy rated performance glass
All our windows are fitted with our THERMAGLAZE double or triple glazing as standard assembled using a warm-edge spacer bar
The glazing is all done from the inside meaning it cannot be removed easily from the outside by any potential intruder.
Qlon Synthetic Seals
We don’t use rubber seals on our windows or mechanical applied seals due to the known fact that they can perish and deteriorate in a short space of time. Mechanically (co-extruded) applied seals have more of a chance of failure and cannot be replaced.
They are an integral part of the window and are welded at the joints, straight away or a couple of years on, serious problems are known to occur. Known problems are shrinking, bleeding discoloring the window, perishing causing static seals that don’t perform. These common problems cause draughts which means energy-rated glass and energy-efficient frame are useless.
We use a synthetic seal (Qlon)which does not have these common problems, year after year they hold their memory making sure your heat stays in the house where it should be. They are made up of a nylon exterior wall with a high-density memory foam center.
Below are some examples, pic on the left shows a plastic packer used as a guide to show hard a hard corner where the gasket has little compression and on the right, it shows a perfect level compression.
We use high-security locks on all openings, they range from 4 to 8 points depending on the size of the opening, this not only offers great security but enhances the airtightness on the window.
Heavy Duty Hinges
Heavy-duty hinges on side openings are very important, these sashs have a lot of weight to carry and are most commonly used. Many different types of hinges fail in this area causing draughts and eventually fail to close at all.