Unplacticized Polyvinyl Chloride is a specially engineered compound created after nearly 30 years of intensive research and development. uPVC has become the primary substance in the manufacture of windows, doors and other building materials in the construction industry. Researchers and Scientists emphasize that in all likelihood, there will not be another compound in the near future with better standards of durability and overall performance in outdoor commercial application products.
uPVC material embodies the properties that modern construction demands like lower maintenance costs and improved insulation and durability. uPVC also has lower production costs than aluminium and much lower maintenance costs than wood, considering it doesn’t have to be repainted and resealed regularly, which allows it to maintain competitive prices making it economically attractive when compared to its traditional counterparts.