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At Enhance we supply and fit a variety of different uPVC windows, from sash to casement. All of our windows are energy efficient and come in either double or triple glazed options, easily tailored to suit your home and your personal preferences. All of the windows that we offer are manufactured using a market-leading profile to ensure the highest standards.
While indoors you will enjoy the style, strength and security, they look even better from the outside. Take a look at all of our different window types available, and enhance your home knowing you’re in safe hands. We combine professional installation with high quality designs to ensure you get lasting quality that continues to bring value time and time again.
Due to our wide range of uPVC window styles, you’re sure to find the ideal fit for your home. It won’t matter if your home is modern, traditional, period, or new build, we’ll be able to offer you a style that suits. We offer styles that span the ages, allowing you to enjoy designs that have been loved for generations and updated to suit the modern age.
All of our windows are available in a wide range of colours, allowing you to decorate them in a way that suits your home and your tastes. Our options, include Red, Grey, Chartwell Green, Black, Blue, Cream, Dark Wood, Poppy Red, Oak, White, Duck Egg, and Green. Each one of these colours offers their own charm, so you’re sure to get the right fit for your home.
Our expert installation teams are well versed when it comes to the fitting of our window range. This not only means that we’ll be able to minimise the disruption to your daily life, it also means that you can rest assured that your windows will perform and look at their best. You won’t have to worry about draughts or leaks, which can shorten window lifespan and effect home comfort.
uPVC Bay windows can make a room appear larger, and provide views of the outside which would be unavailable with an ordinary flat window. A bay window protrudes from the house in three sections and is generally square, hexagonal or octagonal. A bow window is made up of casement windows arranged to create a curve – a good option on houses with existing flat windows.
Unlike the sash of a traditional sliding window, which hangs in a window frame by ropes, weights or other devices, a casement window is permanently mounted into a space. It doesn’t slide up and down, but moves inward and outward with a mechanical crank. Usually, screens for the windows are on the inside of the house.
uPVC Sash windows tend to be made up of two movable panels, otherwise known as ‘sashes’. The most common type of sash window, the ‘sliding sash’, is made up of two sashes that slide up and down, one in front and one behind, counterbalanced by lead weights on cords. In more modern sash windows though this has changed, and many have springs instead of weights.
Unlike traditional sliding window, the tilt and turn window moves away from the way ordinary windows function in that, by using a specialised hinge system, a tilt & turn unit can be opened either inward tilting or inward opening. This dual method of opening brings an additional level of functionality, as well as offering great appearance matched with ease of use and low maintenance.
We offer a range of uPVC flush casement windows that are perfect for period and heritage style homes. Their innovative design replicates traditional timber profiles and features a modern profile that sits sleek within the frame. Boasting U-values of 1.2 W/m²K, this particular style of window has been designed to keep any home well insulated year after year.
Getting the right glass design and pattern allows you to tailor the look and feel of your window right down to the detail. We offer a selection of glass styles for you to choose from, ranging from decorative through to privacy designs. Not only will you be able to tailor the aesthetic appeal of your home, you can also control how much natural light you have coming in.
Get in touch today for a free planning and design consultation. A member of our team will be on hand to provide you with more information on our full range of uPVC windows and help you with your uPVC project.
Alternatively, you can get in touch with us via our online contact form to speak to a member of our friendly team. We can handle any questions that you may have regarding our windows, prices, or other products.
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