My Trade Windows

Industry-leading uPVC slimline windows from My Trade Windows

  • 20 Nov 2019

UK double glazing manufacturer, My Trade Windows, produce and supply uPVC windows, doors and conservatories, and composite doors for customers and trade projects across Surrey, Hampshire and the surrounding area.

They fabricate a cutting-edge uPVC slimline window that provides 12% more glass than a standard casement window and boasts U-values of 0.8W/(m2k).

Advanced thermal capabilities with modern manufacturing techniques

As a leading uPVC manufacturer, My Trade Windows are highly-specialised and experienced in designing, fabricating and supplying double glazing products that provide impressive thermal performances.

Incorporating a multi-chambered uPVC system and high-performance double glazing, this state-of-the-art range has been awarded an energy rating of A+ by the BFRC.

This casement window will reduce carbon emissions by retaining the warmth of the room through its fully insulated layers, whilst keeping the draughts out. 

Innovative and customisable uPVC slimline windows 

At only 63mm, slimline windows offer a slender aesthetic that boasts the thinnest window frames available in the UK.

Available in over 20 attractive colours and authentic woodgrain finishes, and with an array of traditional and modern decorative features that can be incorporated into their design, they can be fully personalised to suit both older and modern properties.

The sleek appearance can be altered with either bevelled or ovolo beading, made-to-measure for individual projects.

Top grade window frame security 

Combining a number of certified security features into their design, this ultra-modern window option ensures for exceptional protection.

uPVC slim frame windows are fitted with a stainless steel shootbolt locking system that achieves BS7950 status, security glazing that eliminates any chance of glass being removed or smashed, and hinge protection for enhanced anti-thrust safety.

Not only will this protect residential and commercial properties from forced entry, but they also feature a built-in drainage system which prevents any impacts from water penetration, heightening defenses from the harsh weathers.

This promises a sturdy and robust lifespan that won’t deteriorate from the elements.

If you’re looking for a versatile thin frame window system that offers superior energy efficiency ratings and has been rigorously tested to meet strict industry security standards, uPVC windows from leading manufacturer, My Trade Windows, can be uniquely designed to meet your project requirements. 

Contact My Trade Windows on 01483 361152 to speak to a member of the company’s expert double glazing team. 

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