uPVC Windows In Sheffield & South Yorkshire
Don Valley Windows has been installing bespoke UPVC windows, sash windows, and doors in this area since 1991. We have many happy customers in both trade and domestic markets. All our windows and doors come with a comprehensive 10-year warranty.
Our UPVC windows are manufactured using the VEKA matrix 70 system of profiles, which now have a full A-rating. They are installed and covered with Certass Approved certificates. Every window we install is designed individually, and we can make them according to the client’s specifications.
We offer various glass designs such as intricate leaded detail, traditional lead designs, or Georgian bar to match your house style. Our VEKA UPVC windows can be manufactured with double or triple-glazed sealed units that carry a full twenty-year warranty, which is twice as long as most competitors’ warranty.
We also offer new colours and foil options that make it more affordable and quicker for our discerning customers to get what they need.
uPVC, short for unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, is one of the most popular materials commonly used for windows and doors and has been a great choice for revamping a front door for years. What’s more, they have been in such high demand because they have so many benefits.
Firstly, there is no doubt that uPVC windows and doors improve the look of your home substantially and even add significant value to your home. If you plan on selling your home in the near future or would like to increase its value, this is a great way to do so.
uPVC doors are also one of the most decorative options for your front door. They come in many different shapes and sizes so you will likely have no problem getting one that matches your interior and fits appropriately.
Unlike traditional wooden doors, uPVC doors are much more durable and are stronger in changing weather. They will not warp like wood but are weatherproof and rigid. Another major advantage is that uPVC is a solid material that is safe for a front door; with a steel core, uPVC is unlikely to be broken down or forced open.