PVC Carpentry is a best choice for saving energy, and is the most rational one, for every household.
Our PVC carpentry quality
Taking into account our years-long experience when it comes to manufacturing PVC carpentry, we have opted for the German PVC profiles from the “Inoutic” company and their product series “Arcade” and “Prestige”. The “Arcade” profile is a five-chambered PVC profile, whereas the “Prestige” series has six chambers. In order to ensure the unhindered and permanent functioning of the PVC carpentry, effortless door and window usability, good wing sealing, essential protection from unfavorable conditions, we opted for the hardware manufactured by the German “Siegenia-aubi”.
Our products are of the highest quality, and the prices are affordable. Renowned production quality is achieved through excellent organization, knowledgeable professionals and first-class manufacturing equipment and machinery. Our quality guarantee lies in the large, satisfied, client list, and references gained through cooperation with both domestic and foreign companies and subcontractors.
How does pvc carpentry save energy?
PVC doors and windows save energy significantly, during the home cooling in the summer, and home heating in the winter. Just by heating your home in the winter you take part in the total energy consumption with a staggering 50-70%. Of which, 20% is spent on heating the water in boilers and washing machines.
It should be emphasized that the PVC carpentry is extremely resilient to cold, moisture, heat, etc. While wooden and metal carpentry should be sanded, painted, and protected in numerous ways, it is basically enough to occasionally clean the PVC carpentry with only a damp cloth.
Studies have shown that the average lifespan of windows and doors is somewhere around 30 years. Compared with the hardwood products, PVC window is 46% cheaper, and compared to the softwood products, 40%. During its lifetime, PVC does not require any application of extra protection, unlike the wooden products.
Benefits of the pvc carpentry
Rust and Rot Free – wooden and metal elements are subject to rust and rotting, which is not the case with PVC carpentry; as opposed to wooden materials, you don’t need to apply any extra protection;
Simple to maintain – you only need to wipe the carpentry occasionally, with a damp cloth soaked in soap, or when necessary to lubricate per manufacturer’s instructions.
No need for painting;
No deformations – plastic profiles are hard and durable, resilient to impacts and are waterproof;
Flame retardant – plastic profiles will burn only if exposed to extreme heats. This material is labeled as self-extinguishing
Excellent thermal and acoustic insulation – windows are double-glazed, and when combined with PVC Hardware, they are great energy conservers and reduce the loss of heat.
Manufactured in different styles and possibilities which can satisfy the most demanding needs.
Eco-friendly – Even though the plastic takes a lot of time to decompose in nature, it is commendable and worth mentioning that PVC materials can be recycled, and that during their manufacturing, large amounts of energy are saved.
Recycling PVC materials
It is claimed that PVC pollutes the environment as much as other plastic substances. However, PVC is only a bulky waste. If organized properly, that waste can easily be collected and recycled just like paper or glass. If one takes into account that PVC carpentry replaces wood products and reduces deforestation, one can only consider PVC as an environmentally friendly solution. It is also known that PVC is especially used manufacturing plastic profiles in European Union, which is very sensitive about this matter. Therefore, any of the additives in PVC has no adverse effects on human health, if used within the regulation limits.
Why buy quality?
The very manufacturing of PVC is quite simple, and that claim is supported by a number of inadequately skilled manufacturers who produce poor quality PVC products, and whose purchase would only be money spent in vain. Undoubtedly, the most non-cost effective thing to do is buying a cheap, “recycled” PVC window in one of the shopping centers and then install it all by yourself. Products manufactured by companies with lengthy tradition and proven patents in making PVC carpentry can be a bit more expensive, but they are certainly providing a long lifespan. Cheap plastics is everything but durable. No one can guarantee you that in ten years’ time it wouldn’t deform on its own.