At CRS Home Improvements we have installed hundreds of windows and doors over the years. There are a number of options available to homeowners whether you want to base that choice on price, quality or eco-friendliness. If you are unsure what type of windows and doors are most appropriate for your house, we know which windows match your home and the best materials you can get for your money. All of our installations come with a ten-year guarantee – so in the rare case of a problem or issue – we will return to fix it at no extra cost.
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uPVC windows are a great choice for those looking for windows that will last long into the future. uPVC windows are significantly cheaper than wood or metal, require a lot less maintenance and are great at reducing the impact of outside noise. There are a range of uPVC windows to choose from and many of them score highly for security and eco-friendliness. For those focusing on appearance, there are number of colours and styles to compliment your home.
Similarly, uPVC doors offer great durability for the cost. Often the cheapest form of doors, they are still good for offering insulation, low-maintenance and energy efficiency. Nowadays, uPVC have great customisation options, so you can alter the colour of your doors as well as the window panes. Also, in the future if you choose to change the colours of your windows and doors you could benefit from our uPVC spraying in Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Composite doors take the benefits of all materials and incorporate these into one great door. As a result, composite doors are excellent for insulation, durability and security. The one drawback of the doors is that they are relatively expensive in comparison to other door options.
Timber windows provide a more traditional look perfect for older properties. Timber is a lot kinder to the environment than uPVC windows and has great thermal efficiency. If you want timber windows but are hoping to keep costs down you can go for softwood timber. Alternatively, for longer lasting timber windows, hardwood windows are an option.
Similarly, timber doors compliment most modern and traditional homes. Having a timber door looks great on a property and you can pick the wood from a sustainable source if you are concerned about your environmental impact. However you will need to balance these benefits against the cost which is relatively higher.
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If your uPVC windows and doors are damaged or look old and decrepit – a cheaper alternative is to uPVC spray your windows. If you want to give your house a facelift, but are hoping to save serious time and money, get in touch to find out more about our uPVC spraying in Yorkshire and Lancashire.