While we enjoy our indoor comforts, windows are our connection with the outside world. They provide us with light, ventilation, and most importantly, gorgeous views of the great outdoors!
Since they’re such an integral part of any space, it’s important that they are beautiful, durable, and easy to maintain.
Most people just fit and forget their windows, and while that is the hassle-free luxury you get with high-quality uPVC windows, it is advisable to check for a few signs that will let you know if it’s time to change them.
Many older structures still have window frames made of traditional materials like wood or aluminium. These materials are at a massive disadvantage when compared to the new generation of uPVC windows.
So how do you decide if it’s time for new windows? Look for these tell-tale signs:
Water seepage –
This is a common problem, especially in coastal areas or regions with high rainfall. If not looked into and fixed promptly it can negatively impact the whole structural integrity of a building, as it weakens the walls, and eventually, the pillars. If you are looking for uPVC windows in Vizag or other coastal cities, choose Aparna Venster. The windows are completely water resistant and remain totally leak proof even in strong tropical rains.
Rattling sound – This means that your window frame has either shrunk or eroded over time, thus creating gaps which will get worse over time, letting in water, insects and moisture. It also reduces the insulation from heat and also poses a security threat as the frame is weakened and can be easily forced open. High quality uPVC windows by Aparna Venster are made with the best raw materials, with world-class German technology, under strict quality guidelines. They are extremely durable and will not get deformed in any way, even after years of use.
Fading / warping / rotting – Every day we make great efforts to keep our spaces clean, beautiful and inviting. Issues like fading, warping and rotting of the windows spoil the aesthetic of a space and put to waste all other attempts to make a space look good. Choose from different types of uPVC windows that are lead-free, environment-friendly, and meet the greenline norms of European companies. Also, saline water has no effect on these high-quality windows, which means there’s no chance of erosion.