Upvc arched windows are usually made up of a rectangular bottom half complemented by an arch or half-circle at its peak, which allow you to stamp your own style on the inside and outside of your home.
We manufacture every upvc arched windows to your exact specifications. Thanks to advances in engineering, all the curved windows we produce are incredibly strong, versatile and easy to install – and come supplied with a ten-year warranty.
Upvc profile, 2.0mm to 3.0mm thickness
White color in stock. Other co-extruded colors and film laminated colors available too.
Single, double glazed or triple glazed.
Bubble foam for container loading. Bubble foam+steel pallet for LCL loading.
30-45 days based on your order
50sqm in total
What is the difference between PVC and uPVC windows?
Regular PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is a common, strong but lightweight plastic used in construction. It is made softer and more flexible by the addition of plasticizers. If no plasticizers are added, it is known as uPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride), rigid PVC, or vinyl siding in the U.S.
How long are upvc windows and doors guaranteed for?
White PVC 10 Years
Coloured PVC 5 Years
Hardware 5 Years
Glass 5 Years
How strong are uPVC windows?
We can use many different brand upvc profile. All of frames have internal galvanized steel reinforcement. Furthermore, all of our uPVC windows are fusion welded. This makes the chance of breakage very low in comparison with those windows using mechanical corner style fixings.
What sort of material is usde for the production of upvc windows and doors?
The upvc windows are prepared from a strong and sturdy material known as Poly Vinyl Chloride, PVC. The material is of superior quality which results in delivering a strong and sturdy product range in the market.
There are many options for the glass, from the thickness to the layer and color. We will recommend you the best combination of the following based on your schedule and budget.
What does U-Value refer to with window energy efficiency ratings?
A U-value indicates the rate of heat transfer. The lower the U-value number, the slower the transfer of heat from a warm area to a cold area. The lower the number the better.