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What do you actually need to know, when choosing windows for your home?

The first and on the most important thing is to decide what type of material you want your windows `profile  made of- whether from wood, aluminum or polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

They all have their advantages and disadvantages. There are several reasons why the most popular and preferred product in Europe is PVC. Latitude and location, climate and seasonal changes, the combination of thermo-insulating parameters, price and options for the design and implementation of complex combinations are only some of the components determining the choice of PVC profile.

Another advantage of PVC profiles are that they are installed very easily and they are easy maintained. PVC windows have excellent thermal and sound insulation properties, which is very important. Material, used for their production is cheaper, than aluminum and wood profiles and allows many choices, regarding the choice of design and colour. Colour combinations, and highly successful imitation of the wood are definite a plus, when choosing your new PVC windows.

There are concerns that over the years and with exposure to sunlight the PVC profiles could get yellow and experience changes in the structure. But in recent years the established and quality manufacturers rely increasingly on profiles of famous brands, which successfully combine the production of qualitative and reliable final products, through production and stabilization of the profiles in an innovative and environmentally friendly way.
Fitting of the windows is simply and easy and does not require rearrangement of the house. You can choose how to open your windows, but keep in mind that if you choose a combination of opening the horizontal and vertical axis, this will facilitate the ventilation of the rooms and it`ll be easier to clean the PVC profiles as well.

The PVC windows and frames have advantages, which are unbeaten, when comparing with the other types of windows` profiles, such as wood and aluminium. These are:

  • Economy
  • Insulation
  • Soundproofing
  • Attractive appearance
  • Easy maintenance


Our homes lose up to 37% of the heat, due to poorly insulated windows. Professional placement and quality PVC windows guarantee, that you could reduce the loss up to 2 times.


The degree of insulation depends on the type of the glass, its thickness and the distance between the panes.

Soundproofing Effect

For better soundproofing results the best manufacturers of the windows use profile systems with 3, 4 and 6 cameras that provide good insulation of window systems.

Attractive Appearance

PVC profiles, which are used have modern design. This adds sophistication and elegance of the final products and allows various configurations for the interior design of the house. The companies offer white, colored or imitation wood PVC windows, and add of large assortment of laminated profiles.

Easy Maintenance

For cleaning windows it`s highly recommended to use sponges and soft tissue fibers and special ingredients that easily remove dirt from the surface of the PVC profiles, for the folds, windowsills and visors. For quality wash you can use plain soap solution.


Use of detergent with highly abrasive elements is not recommended for plastic and glass surfaces. For better and more effective cleaning of your PVC windows, please read the instructions carefully and use the recommended detergents. In compliance with the basic rules of maintenance of PVC windows they will serve you longer and you will be satisfied with its flawless appearance for decades to come.

It`s easy to get what you want, as you can find the best options for PVC windows on the market. PVC is forever and you will be fully satisfied with the best material for windows money can buy.

Condensation in the rooms of the house may appear on the surface of the glass and the window frames respectively. Then we say that it`s a process of `wet` or `blurred` windows. This however should not be confused with the formation of condensation on the inside of the glass - when condensation forms between the two panes of the glass, then it`s a defective one. The moisture appears on inside of the glass, when the glazing is fully depressurized or when the whole complex is poorly treated with silica (the silica - hygroscopic granular material). Thus, the glass fails to absorb better the fresh air in the room. The amount of the steam, flowing and entering the room is at it follows:

  • Exhaled air of a man: daily amount of 1 to 2 liters
  • Cooking: a day to 2 liters for a family of four
  • Bathing, watering the flowers, laundry and etc.: a day to 3 liters for a family of four.

Condensation starts at the end of the glass as it`s the coldest part of the dwelling. Besides wider sills, the sash frame may hinder the flow of air, so that the moisture on the bottom of the glass may appear earlier than in the middle of the glass.

Condensation could occur in unheated and unventilated rooms. This is a result of the gradual cooling of the room at night, and the saturation of the air with water vapor from the breath at a relatively low temperature.

Condensation can occur not only on the windows, but in the any cold area in the house. It could lead to a formation of mould and mildew stains on the walls of the house.

Subject to certain rules and proper ventilation, the condensation could be reduced or fully disappear.