Make your house ultra-modern with Window Magic

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uPVC Windows And Doors

Rise in new housing construction activities (especially of high-end segment) is driving the demand for uPVC (Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride) windows in India. Besides being highly durable thermal, water and wind-resistant, uPVC windows are energy efficient potentially saving energy up to 25 percent to 30 percent.

Types of uPVC Windows

Window Magic is a leading uPVC windows manufacturer that provides a wide range of uPVC windows such as:

  • Casement windows: Casement windows swing open like a door to provide superior ventilation and easy operation. These windows are appropriate for many home styles, Casements shut tightly and provide a firm, lasting seal and one of the highest thermal performance ratings of any window style.
  • Sliding windows: With a gentle push, sliding windows glide open sideways with the help of rollers, offering easy access to the beauty outside. Window Magic’s sliding windows are best suited for apartments, villas and offices.
  • Tilt and turn windows: Tilt and turn windows come with distinctive features. A person can swing it in like a door or tilt the top of the sash for room ventilation. Tilt and turn windows are great if you want extra ventilation or space for your room.

Why to choose uPVC Windows.

uPVC windows come with numerous advantages such as these windows are stable and easy to clean plus it doesn’t rots or fades.  Apart from these qualities uPVC windows and doors are maintenance free and time saving. So, it will be a wise decision if you opt for uPVC doors and windows for you newly purchased house.

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