Features and benefits of our range of uPVC windows
1. Energy Efficiency
- Our uPVC windows are designed with advanced insulation technology.
- Save on energy bills with reduced heat loss and lower heating costs.
2. Durability and Low Maintenance
- Crafted from high-quality uPVC materials.
- Enjoy long-lasting windows that require minimal upkeep and no painting.
3. Noise Reduction
- Double glazing technology for excellent sound insulation.
- Create a peaceful and quiet environment inside your home.
4. Enhanced Security
- Multi-point locking system and toughened glass.
- Feel safe and secure with added protection against intruders.
5. Aesthetic Versatility
- Wide range of styles, colours, and finishes.
- Personalise your home’s appearance with windows that complement your aesthetic.
Energy-efficient uPVC windows
We offer an excellent range of energy-saving windows. Our superior sliding sash windows are the first to achieve a 1.0 U-value and an A++ Window Energy Rating in the UK and Ireland, and our flush sash windows can achieve a U value of 0.90 with triple glazing; sash windows in Belfast are a quality option for your home.
In addition, our double-glazed argon-filled windows utilise warm edge technology, delivering savings of up to 28% on your heating bills! As well as conserving heat in your home and keeping chilly draughts out, our uPVC windows will reduce your carbon footprint and will help towards a greener future.
Extremely secure uPVC windows
Security is at the centre of all our home improvement products. Utilising internal glazing and vigorous security features, our windows come with a free security guarantee through the Maco Secure Scheme, so you will always have peace of mind that you and your family are safe!
Bring out the personality in your home with colour
Add a splash of colour to your home and let your personality shine through with our range of uPVC window colours and finishes. The windows are available in an array of colours, ranging from classic shades such as White and Cream through to woodgrain foils which mimic the natural appearance of wood for a low-maintenance alternative to timber which is great for a classic style property. We can also offer woodgrain on white colour options, creating a different look inside and outside of your home and giving you increased style choice when choosing new windows.
Discover more about our uPVC windows with our related reads
At Turkington our team has been installing home improvement products in Northern Ireland for over 60 years. Our experience has provided us with impressive industry knowledge that we’re able to pass on to our loyal customers. We’ve collated all of our knowledge and created a collection of information content that you can browse from the comfort of your own home.
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How long should uPVC windows last?
UPVC windows typically have a lifespan of around 20 years, but this can vary between 10 to 35 years depending on factors like quality and maintenance. If your uPVC windows were installed approximately two decades ago, it’s important to consider that they may be approaching the end of their expected lifespan.
To determine if replacement or repair is necessary, it is advisable to assess their current condition and seek professional advice, with installers such as Turkington. Well-maintained uPVC windows can last for 20 to 30 years or more, with longevity influenced by factors such as material quality, proper installation and regular upkeep through consistent cleaning and maintenance.
How do I know when my uPVC windows need replacing?
Determining the need for uPVC window replacement depends on factors like hinges with excessive play, sound leakage, insecure locks, draughts and weak handles. Fogged or misted sealed units, single-glazed or older double-glazed windows and mouldy mastic are also signs.
Visible damage, condensation, excessive noise and reduced energy efficiency indicate replacement may be necessary. Consult professionals such as us at Turkington for assessment and guidance if any of these issues arise.