Can You Get Coloured uPVC Windows?
Installing brand new energy-efficient uPVC windows can transform your home in more ways than one – but can you get coloured uPVC windows?
Resilient to adverse weather and highly secure with modern, multi-point locking mechanisms, uPVC windows are resistant to rust, warping and rot. uPVC windows are also revered for delivering optimal energy efficiency ratings and can save you the hassle of costly utility bills.
As a result, uPVC has become an increasingly popular choice for homeowners in recent years. However, contrary to popular belief, uPVC windows don’t have to be white. In fact, finding the perfect windows to suit your home has never been easier. uPVC windows can be engineered and installed in a variety of different colours to fit the aesthetics of your home and your own unique specifications.
Engineered to your exact specifications
White windows are timeless. It’s easy to see why so many homeowners opt for a colour that can easily elevate a property with elegant, classic style. uPVC windows come in various shades of white, from White Woodgrain to Cream, which has proven to be very popular with homeowners. However, if you’re looking for something a little bit different or your property is particularly distinct, you may want to opt for a less traditional colour.
uPVC windows are available in a variety of different colours and can be manufactured to your personal tastes for a truly unique finish. Bold tones can complement your property and stand out in your neighbourhood. You might go for Chartwell Green or Rosewood – for a rustic cottage aesthetic. For a contemporary vibe, you could opt for French Grey, Anthracite Grey or Black, although modern grey hues can also complement traditional homes.
For a truly traditional finish, your uPVC windows can be engineered with an authentic woodgrain look. At the end of the day, it comes down to your own personal tastes and the aesthetics of your property. Whatever colour you decide on, you can rest assured the highly durable finish of your uPVC windows will last for years to come. Coloured uPVC is resilient to adverse weather and does not fade, peel or rot.
Different styles of uPVC windows
As well as having a variety of colours to choose from, uPVC windows are also available in a number of different styles. From modern casement windows to the classic sash style, whatever design you choose will be complemented by uPVC’s innate ability to insulate and protect your home from both adverse weather and unwelcome intruders.
Casement uPVC windows
Highly secure and revered for energy efficiency, uPVC casement windows are one of the most popular window choices on the market. Designed with your choice of side or top hinge and engineered with tight insulating seals, casement windows can deliver natural light and increased ventilation to your property without sacrificing the energy efficiency of your home.
Flush casement uPVC windows
Like traditional casement windows, flush casement windows continue to be a popular choice on the market. Engineered to sit ‘flush’ in their frame, flush casement windows can elevate any property with both modern energy-efficient technology and timeless, elegant style.
Sash uPVC windows
Modern sash windows deliver historical charm like no other window on the market. Suitable in both traditional and contemporary homes, uPVC sash windows allow homeowners to retain elements of a time gone by without forgoing on modern conveniences like energy efficiency and security.
Tilt and Turn uPVC windows
The ultimate in modern versatility, a uPVC tilt and turn window delivers dual-opening options. You can tilt your window inwards at a full 90° angle or operate it from a side hinge like a casement window. Tilt and turn windows are particularly useful if maximising airflow is your top priority.
Bow and bay windows
Square or polygonal in shape, bay windows are an iconic symbol of 19th century Britain. Suitable in both traditional and contemporary properties, modern bay windows combine historical aesthetics and elegant, understated style with high levels of security and energy-efficient technology.
Similar in style, bow windows pose an alternative to the traditional bay window. Commonly known as a compass style window, bay windows form a sweeping curved line in contrast to the square design of a bay window. Both styles of windows add additional space and maximise natural light within your home.
uPVC windows at Majestic Designs
The team at Majestic Designs has been engineering our range of uPVC windows for more than 19 years. Manufactured to your exact specifications in our state-of-the-art factories and installed by our fully employed leading teams of highly trained FENSA accredited and MTC registered installers, you can rest assured your uPVC windows will be custom made to your property’s unique specifications.
Majestic Designs offers a 10-year guarantee across our range of windows. We manufacture our range of bespoke windows right here in Cheddar – and no, they don’t have to be white! If you’re thinking about refurbishing your home or would like a chat about what uPVC can do for your home, contact us today.