This is a question many people have been asking about using UPVC windows in previous years, so if you are thinking about switching your windows too, you will get a clearer view on this.
How to make uPVC window?
The first thing to know when answering a possible replacement question is that your double glaze is made up of three elements.
The upvc window frame consists of two parts,
A frame that opens to the window and a frame that holds the glass. They are both made of UPVC which have many advantages over the old replacement wooden frames. Including simpler maintenance, quick installation, anti-corrosion and caries … But that doesn’t mean that They will last forever, though they are likely to last longer than similar series.
The glass is actually the heart of the window, consisting of two (or sometimes three) glass with a gap between them, which is vacuum-filled, or filled with low water gas to reduce heat transfer and create an insulation unit. Put a glass bar at a fixed distance and seal to hold the glass together to stop the steam. The dryer, or dryer, is placed in the space bar to absorb moisture.
Hinges, handles and locks that are attached to the outer frame and the window frame itself.
How old are my uPVC windows?
It is almost impossible to estimate the time of installation and construction of UPVC windows except by the owner who installed them, however in Iran since about 10 years ago most buildings were built to take advantage of double-walled windows. UPVC windows have been used.
Also note that any UPVC windows produced prior to 2008 are rated C best in terms of energy efficiency. New UPVC windows, such as the Katzolt, have a Grade A quality that are widely used today.
How long is the uPVC window life?
By default, UPVC profiles and windows have a shelf life of 20 years, if windows with poor profiles get damaged much earlier, as these windows are not properly insulated with moisture and will gradually improve their performance. They lose.
You should also know that in the event of a window crash, UPVC profiles are not the only cause of the crash, and factors such as window fittings and other elements can also cause it.
Some indicators indicate that a uPVC window has reached the end of its life:
Loss of insulation properties (free of heat, cold and dust ..)
The most obvious sign that the UPVC window needs to be replaced is the loss of insulation properties.
Densities inside windows
Cold air moves to the interior, and window efficiency is compromised.
Generally indicates when the window laminate is weak or the drain holes are blocked. Depending on the severity of the damage, these holes can be repaired, but it may be time for the overall performance of the multi-walled glass to be compromised and to require a total replacement.
Does the UPVC window lose its insulation properties?
As mentioned above, your UPVC window can create bugs that reduce their insulation performance. But there is another point to consider here. The effect of the window is directly influenced by the distance between the boards, which is controlled by the drum. Older windows used a gap of about 6 mm, while in modern windows they were approximately 16 mm. So we conclude that if you replace your old uPVC double glazing with modern appliances, your home will be much better insulated and more economically viable.
Is the noise at home annoying?
One of the many benefits of double glazing is that it reduces the amount of noise transmitted to the home. No doubt the world with road traffic, air traffic, industrial activities and social behaviors is unfortunately increasing in noise pollution … It seems that these days even places that were previously quiet were surrounded by noise pollution. .
One solution is to use modern double glazed windows. Also, the option of double or triple glazed windows seems to be the ideal solution.
Does switching old windows to the UPVC window add value to my home?
There is no doubt that the old and yellow double glazed windows will have a negative impact on your home’s design and will make a big difference in replacing them with more efficient UPVC insulation. Also consider that modern double glazed glass is in much wider facade and colors.
There are styles to match the age and architecture of your home that will greatly improve your overall appearance.
Kotzilt Company, under the German kotzolt license, hopes that this information will be useful to your loved ones and, as mentioned above, there are many reasons that it may now be time to replace your old UPVC double glazed windows. If you would like to know more about your existing UPVC window or the many new window options available to you, please contact us. We are happy to assist you in making a better choice.