Why uPVC windows and doors are the right choice for Indian households

While building or renovating a house is very exciting, it is also a process that requires careful considerations. A beautiful house can turn into an undesirable living space if the right building materials are not used.

Rusted, warped or faded windows and termite-eaten doors that ultimately lead to expensive and frequent refurbishing—these are all frequently encountered problems, especially in the context of Indian households which are already prone to extreme weather conditions.

Here is where Aparna Venster’s uPVC windows and doors come in. Made using superior lead free compound and state-of-the-art German machinery, Venster uPVC windows and doors provide a host of advantages that are particularly suited for Indian households.

With the temperatures rising every summer, a lot of Indian households experience an increase in their AC power bills. But with Venster uPVC windows and doors and their multiple glazing options, you have superior thermal insulation that keeps your indoors cool while cutting your AC bills up to 30%.

Another concern that Indian households often face is the noise pollution that they are exposed to even in the comforts of their house. Be it honking vehicles, the hazardous noise levels from a nearby construction site or a loudspeaker from a wedding procession, there is noise pollution everywhere. Our uPVC windows and doors, with their unique double seal mechanism, have been designed to cut outside noise up to 40 dB to make indoors considerably noise-proof.

uPVC doors and windows also have the distinct advantage of being weather-proof. They can withstand heavy winds and high velocity rains and come with hurricane bars—especially useful for those living in coastal areas or high-rise apartments.