How Energy Efficient Are uPVC Doors?
Here at Dempsey Dyer, we supply a plethora of uPVC doors to your customers’ homes. uPVC is a very durable and robust material that can stand firm against tough conditions and offer excellent security measures. But you might be wondering what makes these doors thermally efficient. Read on to find out more.
Your customer’s uPVC doors come with advanced double glazing as standard. This is a key selling point because this will let an influx of natural light into the property. It will save your customers plenty of money on their heating bills in the long run. What’s more, the double glazing will save money on rising energy bills because the thick panels will help retain natural heat, so your customers’ property will stay warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.
When it comes to installing a uPVC door for your customers’ homes, you will find that uPVC doors are very energy efficient. These doors offer high quality insulation that is airtight and watertight because they come with a rubber gasket. As a result, this means you will save money on repairs because water or cold air won’t be able to seep into your home.
Another way of boosting your customer’s home’s thermal efficiency is to include triple glazing. Instead of two panes of glass, you will benefit from three glass panels which will create an even stronger barrier for your property. Both double glazing and triple glazing is very easy to install because you place either two or three panels and fill them with argon gas. This will help increase your home’s performance because they are more insulating than air.
uPVC is a popular choice for installers because it is a lightweight and easy material to install. It is intentionally designed to achieve maximum strength so you will be protected against tough conditions such as wind, rain, and hail. Additionally, they come with multi chambered sections within the frame and multiple glazing options, giving your customers’ homes a big boost in thermal insulation.
There is a range of uPVC doors that you can install on your customers’ property. For instance, our highly efficient bifold uPVC doors are perfect for social gatherings, and it lets an abundance of light and fresh air into your customers’ property. This will help them save money on their heating bills.
Alternatively, if your customer wants to add some European elegance to their property, then we supply uPVC French Doors as well. The doors come in various colour finishes, such as Black Ash and Golden Oak, so there are plenty of choices to consider. But the customer can also choose from energy efficient glazing options as well such as Styppolyte, Minster, and Satin. We offer them in a selection of styles which will help maintain lots of privacy. Your customer has a wide range of options to choose from, so their home will be further enhanced in the long run.
uPVC is a well rounded material that doesn’t have to be maintained very often. They are recyclable, which helps your customers reduce their carbon footprint. This is because it traps natural heat in your home while leaving cold air outside. It is also a good insulator of sound because you will benefit from lots of privacy in the long run. This is perfect for customers who live in busy areas such as motorways, and uPVC is one of the most durable materials because it doesn’t rust, warp, or fade in tough conditions.
The doors will have a multi chamber design to protect hot air, preventing heat transfer in your home. This will help you reduce heating bills and make your customers’ homes a comfortable and warmer spaces for them to live in.
We hope that this article has helped you understand what thermally efficient uPVC doors are for your customer’s home. Our friendly team will be able to answer any question you might have, so get in contact with us on 01977 649641.