Learn more about uPVC and how they can protect your home and reduce your monthly expenses!
What is uPVC?
uPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride), is a type of hard plastic material used in windows and doors. Is resistant to pollution, moisture, corrosion, and mold. This makes uPVC a longer-lasting alternative to timber and aluminum.
The uPVC provides a problem-free usage experience in long-term use, uPVC apertures are easy to clean.
Prodoor apertures are weather-resistant and can withstand all types of weather and offers comfort in every season.
- Due to the properties of PVC windows, it is perfect for insulation against hot and cold temperatures.
- PVC windows are perfect for sound insulation, especially in growing urban areas.
- Considering wood products, PVC windows with a minimum life of 50 years are one step ahead. It does not show reactions such as decay and rust. In this way, it provides a problem-free usage experience in long-term use.
Due to the fact that PVC windows can be 100% recycled, it gives the minimum negative effect on resource consumption in nature. Due to the low heat permeability, unnecessary excess energy consumption is also avoided.
Prodoor PVC windows and doors are branded eco-friendly products, therefore recycling is easy.
One of the main reasons why metal windows and doors do not last is because of the damage caused by rust and corrosion. Malta’s weather conditions will also fast-forward the corrosion process. Salt corrosion can and will reduce the longevity of an aperture drastically.
When this happens you are left facing expensive repairs or even the need to completely change all your apertures. uPVC does not rust or corrode and can withstand all types of climates. uPVC will last for a lot of years and it will do so without the need for painting and maintenance.