uPVC Casement Windows
uPVC Casement Windows Systems
New, modern window treatments are incredibly easy to install and maintain. They provide you with many benefits, such as improved energy efficiency, enhanced privacy and a more luxurious feel.
The multi-chambered construction of our windows means they are more durable and offer better thermal efficiency.
All our windows come with an energy-efficient 5-chamber profile that boosts thermal performance. The 5-chamber window outperforms a traditional 3-chamber one when you compare them in terms of energy efficiency.
uPVC Casement Windows
As a popular choice for homeowners, uPVC casement windows offer complete flexibility and can be installed in many ways, making them a versatile and efficient choice for homeowners.
We manufacture our casement windows in both VEKA and Halo systems. The two differ in that one system has a fixed glazing unit that can be adjusted, while the other can move on casement tracks.
The choice of M70 chamfered, FS70, System 10 or Rustique, will give your customers the perfect range of windows to suit their home.
Our team of experts fabricates high-quality window frames that provide superior thermal efficiency and durability. The process begins with a solid steel frame that is then fused to the glass.
As the leading trade fabrics manufacturer in the UK, Express Windows Group Ltd offers a variety of styles and finishes for the manufacture of your windows. You’ll find everything you need to make your project stand out from the crowd, including both handle and frame styles, hardware and finishes. Our selection of leading suppliers is the most important thing we look for in our suppliers. This allows us to offer you the best quality products possible at a reasonable cost.
SBD can be achieved on any of our windows, even when you have a standard specification. This means that you won’t need to spend as much money on the upgrade and your windows will continue to be secure.
In addition to uPVC windows, we also carry other products such as aluminum windows, vinyl windows, doors, and many more.
Features & benefits
Security Guaranteed For total peace of mind, our uPVC windows come with multi-point locking as standard. Our windows are internally glazed to prevent the glazing bead from being removed outside – offering better security.
Weathered Products All our Casement Windows are designed to be airtight and provide 100% weather sealing. This can increase the efficiency of your home and keep you warmer during the winter.
Solid frame 70mm profile, designed to replace existing frames for minimal trimming or finishing during installation.
Energy efficient Energy-efficient homes are gaining in popularity for several reasons: the price of gas and oil has become considerably higher, the cost of building has gone up and regulations have tightened. If you're thinking about making your home more eco-friendly, then there are many things you can do to improve your home's performance, including installing energy-efficient Casement Windows.
1400mm (w) x 2450mm (h)
800mm (w) x 1550mm (h) Fixed light: 3000mm (w) x 3000mm (h)
70mm or 95mm
Available in a large assortment of colours and woodgrain options
24mm sculptured 28mm sculptured 32mm sculptured 36mm bevelled
Chamfered or sculptured beads
Option of Astragal bars
Ancillaries, Frame extensions, cills and weathering trims Range of coupling options, range of bay pole options
Achieves U-values as low as 1.3 W/m2K using double glazing, Achieves U-values as low as 1.1 W/m2K using triple glazing (Figures can vary dependent on specification)
uPVC Casement Windows Accessories
Casement Window Handles
Casement Window Restrictors
Do uPVC sash windows add value?
A uPVC window is incredibly versatile and the choice will immediately boost the desirability of your home and therefore increase its value. Adding a double-glazed window in your property will add value if you’re looking to sell. This is because double glazing is now considered essential by many buyers. It’s also a good way to create a modern space in an older property.
The Benefits of UPVC Windows & Doors
1. Durable, easy to clean and maintain
2. Low maintenance costs
3. Energy efficient
4. Stronger and lighter than traditional wood windows
5. Less maintenance
What is the life expectancy of uPVC windows?
The the life expectancy of uPVC windows is between 20-35 Years.
What is better than uPVC?
Aluminium tends to be stronger than UPVC. That means that aluminium windows can have a slimmer appearance and a larger glass surface area due to the strength of the frames. Because they are so popular with commercial and public buildings like schools, offices and government buildings, they are the windows of choice.
Is uPVC cheaper than aluminium?
Aluminium is often considered to be the material of choice for buildings that need to be highly durable and long-lasting. It has the highest level of thermal insulation so is popular with companies such as the NHS and schools. However, uPVC windows are becoming increasingly popular because they are far more environmentally friendly.
Do uPVC windows discolour?
In the past, yellowing or greying was known to occur over time, but with the advancement of technology and better-quality materials being used in uPVC manufacturing, this is no longer a problem.
Which windows are the best option?
Which windows are better? When choosing windows for your home, uPVC are usually the best option for both style and value. Wood windows may seem more attractive because of their natural appearance but uPVC are far more energy-efficient and cost-effective.
How can you tell the quality of uPVC windows?
When you’re choosing a uPVC window, you’ll want to check to see what kind of profile is being used to build the window. Also look at the strength of the frame and the reinforcement in the glass. The higher-quality windows have reinforced glass and stronger frames.
Should I replace all windows at once?
Many professionals agree that if homeowners can afford it, they are better off replacing all their windows at once. Installing all your windows at once makes it easier for the installers to keep on track, making sure they finish all the work on the same day. It also reduces the chances for mistakes and makes the project more efficient.