Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) also known as rigid PVC, is one of the most versatile and sustainable materials used in the construction industry. Polyvinyl chloride or PVC has evolved over the years to become more efficient, durable and affordable. Since it is unplasticized, uPVC is more rigid and has efficient insulation properties.
The high-grade flexibility makes uPVC an ideal choice for windows and doors used in commercial and residential purposes. Also, unlike wood and aluminum, uPVC retains its shape in all weather conditions and stays unhindered in case of any physical impact.
Wooden window frames may be a popular choice but they require high maintenance and proper care for longevity and durability.
Aluminum windows are very light which makes them less desirable for ensuring security of your home.
Steel windows, although don’t require much maintenance but are very expensive and not suitable for all climatic conditions.
PVC, short for polyvinyl chloride, is a plastic, commonly used in construction. Due to its toxic nature, it is not ideal for home use.