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Summers usually come with the unbearable heat and humidity. Rising temperatures with the scorching heat make using air coolers and air conditioners a common norm in all houses, thus skyrocketing electricity and energy bills.
A more effective and sustainable way to reduce the effect of this heat is the use of uPVC windows and doors. High insulation uPVC windows can significantly cut down the amount of heat felt indoors and can provide efficient ventilation and fresh air.
In summers, we experience the “greenhouse effect” more than any other time of the year. Especially in houses with south or west facing windows, where sunlight directly shines in, rooms become unbearably hot as this heat has no way of exiting out and gets trapped inside, heating up the interiors. If you suffer with immensely hot rooms in summer, uPVC windows and doors are the perfect solution for your homes.
uPVC or unplasticized polyvinyl chloride is a non-toxic compound that brings many benefits over traditional building materials like wood or steel. It is considered as one of the most sustainable, energy-efficient, eco-friendly and reliable building material, which is used to build long-lasting windows and doors.
uPVC windows have several advantages over other traditional window and door systems like wood, steel or PVC. This has helped them gain immense popularity over the years in the construction and building industry. Here are some reasons why you should go for uPVC windows and doors in summer.
Double and triple glaze the heat
Double glazed uPVC windows and doors provide superior thermal insulation and cooling by reducing the transfer of heat between indoors and outdoors. Double glazing is a process that involves the use of two glass panes that are separated by a cavity, often filled with vacuum or argon. This space acts as a poor conductor of heat and sound, thereby preventing the entry of heat through the windows. The presence of primary and secondary seals in double glazed uPVC windows, also helps stop heat and moisture from entering indoors, better than any other window or door system.
Similarly, triple glazed windows are built with three panes of glass. Due to their structure, these windows provide an even greater cooling effect. Depending on your geographical location, you can either opt for double or triple glazed uPVC windows.
Cut down your summer electricity bills
uPVC windows and doors, due to their composition, can greatly enhance energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption, leading to decreased energy bills and more savings! Energy efficient uPVC windows and doors are an ideal solution for Indian summers as they can keep the interiors of a home cool and significantly reduce electricity bills up to 30% , thus making them an affordable one time investment that helps save money in the long run.
Ideal for all seasons
Yes! That’s right!. uPVC profiles are considered to be superior to most other window and door systems in terms of thermal insulation. While they make homes cooler in summers, their unique manufacturing helps them maintain warm temperatures indoors during winters. Thus, uPVC window and door profiles are a perfect fit for all weather conditions throughout the geography of the country.
Withstands High-Speed Winds and Rains
uPVC all-weather door and window profiles are high on strength which helps them withstand extreme temperatures, high speed winds, torrential rains and gives immunity against saline water, making it ideal for coastal regions too.
uPVC profiles are widely known for their unmatched performance throughout the year, no matter what season it is. While in summers they effectively cool indoors, in winters, they adequately trap heat inside and modulate the surroundings based on outside temperatures, making rooms warmer. This is one of the greatest advantages of uPVC windows. Their superior thermal insulation and energy efficiency makes them a common favourite among homeowners, architects and designers.
Double or triple glazed windows can also greatly limit the amount of damaging UV rays that penetrate the windows and doors of a home—thus minimizing the risk of excess exposure to the harmful rays and also preventing the fading of carpets, curtains and other furnishings.
Apart from keeping your space cool, high-quality uPVC windows and doors offer the benefits of reduced noise. The choice of the glass and the glazing options can greatly determine the entry of outside noise indoors. In this regard, double or triple glazed windows are ideal for cities as they curb outside noise pollution up to 30 dB, ensuring peaceful and calm indoors.
Extremely safe and high on security
One of the key characteristics of any window or door system, is their ability to withstand force and provide security. uPVC windows and doors at Venster are built using the highest quality raw materials and multi-chambered profiles which imparts high strength and resilience. Their high wall thickness and multi-point locking systems when added with an extra grill or mesh, make them undeniably secure.
Dimex’s premium quality uPVC windows and doors can considerably outperform any single, ordinary glass windows in reducing the transfer of heat and noise. This undoubtedly makes them an ideal choice for keeping indoors cool during hot to very hot summer months.
With world-class German technology and a reputation for building superior-quality uPVC profiles, Dimex is widely known as one of world’s leading uPVC manufacturers. Get in touch and partner with us today to deliver unmatched energy efficient uPVC window and door solutions to your clients.