Doors and Windows Exeter

Why are Residence Collection windows so popular for trade projects across Devon?

  • 20 Nov 2019

With over 25 years of industry experience, Doors and Windows Exeter have an extensive background delivering top-quality windows, doors and glass extensions for homeowners, trade projects and the new-build market across Devon.

This enables the company to explore industry themes over time, and it has continuously found a favourite with customers amongst the range is The Residence Collection timber effect PVCu windows.

The high-end wood effect flush sash PVCu window option

As the UK’s leading premium wood alternative window manufacturer, Residence Windows offer the very best window option for customers looking for a timber style window, that provides the modern PVCu benefits.

The flush sash window styles can be personalised in a range of traditional and contemporary colours, dual colour options and woodgrain finishes.

Their customisability enables them to suit both new build and older properties, as heritage handles, astragal bars and decorative glazing can be included into their bespoke design, depending on the desired appearance.

Their authentic wood appearance means they’ve been approved for use in numerous listed building projects across Exeter, Taunton and Torquay. 

Modern PVCu provides endless benefits

It is no wonder The Residence Collection have such a reputation for offering the very best timber style windows on the market.

They utilise cutting-edge PVCu materials that incorporates multi-layered chamber configurations that innovatively keep the draughts out of the property, whilst preserving the warmth, achieving competitive A+ energy ratings.

The high-performance double glazing can reach U-values as low as 0.7, ensuring they’ll provide superior thermal benefits.

Not only will their advanced manufacturing lower a property’s carbon footprint, these sophisticated double-glazing techniques that include numerous tiers and coatings provide additional safeguarding from exterior sounds, reducing noise pollution. 

Another advantage of installing wood alternative windows as opposed to real timber is that they eliminate any maintenance needs. PCVu won’t rot, warp or fade thanks to its pioneering fabrication, making it ideal for even the busiest of lifestyles. 

Robust and secure PVCu window frames 

Within their high-end design, Residence Collection Windows involve the very latest locking mechanisms which exceed building regulation standards.

The durable glass panels are welded to the frame with the glazing bead on the inner of the window, making it almost impossible to remove the glazing, significantly heightening a property’s protection and safety. 

Over time, timber is more likely to become defective from water penetration and the elements, losing its sturdiness and strength. Without regular upkeep and repairs, this makes a property much more vulnerable to forced entry.

As Residence Windows incorporate high-quality PVCu, property owners won’t need to worry about inner decay or rot, meaning home security isn’t compromised.

As a reputable and highly experienced glazing specialist across Devon, Doors & Windows Exeter are capable of supplying businesses, individual traders and building companies with double glazing products for any project scope.

They offer Residence 9, Residence 7 and Residence 2 Windows from the Residence Collection in Devon. Contact Doors & Windows Exeter on 01392 422498 or [email protected]

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