What suits one house, might not suit its neighbour. What looks good against brickwork doesn’t always work with stone. Would you have the same window style in a traditional cottage as in a tall, elegant townhouse? A simple fact is that every home is different, and if that’s not the exterior, it will be when you get indoors.
We use our homes in different ways. Some people love light and airy, others comfy and cosy.
Part of transforming a house into a home is, of course, about the people who live there, but on a more practical level, comfort, performance and security are critical. It’s hard to feel relaxed if your house is cold. It’s even harder if your windows rattle every time there’s more than a gentle breeze or if water penetrates when it’s raining. Fortunately, you don’t have to put up with things like that. Modern materials and glazing technologies have made homes warmer, safer and more secure. They have made windows that are easier to look after and kinder to the planet. And now that there are high-performing uPVC windows you can feel really at home in your special home.