You could be forgiven for not fully appreciating just how unattractive windows would look without them. We tend to take them very much for granted and yet, frames undoubtedly help to improve the individual look of a window and the overall appearance of your home.
It used to be that replacement windows were available in any colour so long as it was white, but today, technically advanced foils applied to a durable PVCu base can successfully replicate the aesthetic qualities of a real wood window but with the big benefit of being weather resistant and rot-free.
The woodgrained finishes of Rosewood or Antique Oak are ideal for homeowners who are looking for a virtually maintenance free alternative to, and yet want to retain the appearance of, traditional timber frames. A popular choice for more established and also modern properties built in a period style.
Question: "Will woodgrain finishes fade with time?"
Answer: The types shown here are guaranteed for a full 10 years against discolouration and delamination of the specifically bonded wood-effect finish.
Some people still believe that "plastic" and "period" don't go together!
This website clearly shows why we beg to differ. The selection displayed here indicates how it is possible to make your dwelling a more desirable one through exploring the different window designs, PVCu frame configurations and glazing styles that are available.
From the ultra modern to contemporary, and the more established period properties - PVCu replacements offer an ideal solution, regardless of your home's age or character.
The last two decades have witnessed significant advances, not only in the build quality of new windows and doors but also, in the choice of designs that are available to today's homeowners..
Bend me shape me
Don't think that all PVCu windows and doors need to have square corners. Thanks to the moulding properties of PVCu, almost any type of arch can be produced.
So whether you're looking for a round, arched or square window, there's no reason why it can't be a Cairngorm one!