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Many homeowners in Fleet are benefitting from having new uPVC windows installed by Camberley Glass and Windows. As well as improving the aesthetics of a home, uPVC windows can help to reduce heat loss, exclude noise and increase the value of the property.

uPVC is the most popular choice of window frame as it is so durable and low maintenance. Unlike wood, which requires sanding and painting, uPVC only requires light cleaning to keep it in top condition. uPVC windows will generally last for up to 35 years, when you choose a high-quality uPVC supplier.

There are many different designs of uPVC windows available, including fully reversible ones that allow you to easily clean your windows on both sides, from inside your house. This means you will not need to pay a window cleaner or risk climbing a ladder yourself.

Why choose Camberley Glass and Windows?

At Camberley Windows and Glass, our installation experts are fully qualified and FENSA registered, as well as being on the Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards Approved traders list. It is important that you only ever use qualified windows installers, as installations must comply with building regulations.

We have been installing uPVC windows in Fleet since uPVC windows first started being manufactured. Over the years, we have built up an excellent reputation for being one of the best uPVC installers in Fleet and surrounding areas.

As well as offering years of experience, our team are very friendly and go above and beyond for our customers. With every installation service we do, we make sure we do it to the standard that we would want in our own homes. You can see all of the reviews that our happy customers have provided on the independent tradesperson review website Checkatrade.

We would be happy to provide you with a no obligation quote and discuss the range of options that are available for uPVC windows.

Extensive choice of uPVC windows

There are many different styles of uPVC windows available through Camberley Glass and Windows. All of our windows are manufactured to exceed British Trading Standards, so they perform better than required in terms of security, heat loss reduction and noise exclusion.

Choosing the right style of uPVC windows to complement your home is very important, as you will have them for years to come. If you are thinking about having any home improvements in the future, you should make sure that the style you choose will match your plans.

We can use our expertise to recommend the most suitable windows for your needs, including colour and style, so that you can enjoy your new uPVC windows for many years. Once you have decided on the style of uPVC windows that you would like, we can then arrange an installation date to suit you.

Our team of installers will cause as little disruption in your home as possible while we expertly install your windows.

FAQs about UPVC windows in Fleet

Can uPVC windows be painted?

Yes, technically it is possible to get uPVC windows painted but they have not been designed to be painted so results can vary. It has become a new trend for some properties to spray uPVC windows to a new colour. If you are considering doing this, make sure you use a highly experienced spray painter to do this to avoid ruining your windows.

How long do UPVC windows last?

Usually, uPVC windows will last for up to 35 years. If you want to make sure they last for as long as possible, make sure that you buy high-quality windows and also clean them on a regular basis to keep them in good condition.

How much are uPVC windows?

uPVC windows vary in price but a small window might cost around £200, while a larger window could be around the £700 region. If you are looking at replacing all of the windows in your home, you can expect to pay between £3,000 and £5,000 (based on an average sized 3-bedroom property).

Are uPVC windows double glazed?

The most common choice of uPVC windows is double glazed but they are also available in single and triple glazed. Double glazed provides better performance in terms of reducing heat loss and excluding noise than single glazed.

Are uPVC windows secure?

Yes, modern security technology ensures that most uPVC windows are anti-crowbar and very secure. Most uPVC windows have multi-point locking systems to help prevent people breaking into homes through the windows.

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