uPVC Windows in Cream, Green, Black, Grey, Rustic Cherry and Whitegrain
After the successful debut of whitegrain uPVC windows in the summer of 2008, West Yorkshire Windows have now launched 5 new colours.
With the UK double glazing market reaching boiling point window companies are being forced to develop new product developments to bring in new custom.
Managing Director of the Conservatory Outlet group, Matthew Glover explains, “The challenge for uPVC window companies in a difficult market to encourage people to change their uPVC windows that they had fitted in the 1980s and 1990s. PVCu windows are a long lasting and maintenance free solution for replacement windows, but consumers are unlikely to be thinking about replacing new windows that are no more advanced than the windows they intially replaced 10 or 15 years ago. Therefore, West Yorkshire Windows have developed our A rated energy efficient windows which can help to provide large savings on heating bills (compared to standard double glazed windows). And we believe these new colour options will give people more individuality, and is a real alternative to timber windows”.
West Yorkshire Windows will be offering not only uPVC windows, but uPVC doors and conservatories in Green, Grey, Cream, Black and Rustic Cherry on the external face. The supplier, Synseal, is offering conservatory roofs to match as well, making it a full suite.
These new products are available in standard lead time, and offer a better solution than the alternative – spraying uPVC frames.
They will also be continuing to offer the whitegrain product with the grain on the inside and outside of the frame, as well as the option of a conservatory roof to match.
All the new colours are available as A Rated environmentally friendly windows with high security locking.
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