Trade Building Plastics Ltd sells a wide range of uPVC windows and uPVC doors in all sorts of styles. We operate two outlets, in Oxford and Witney, and offer an installation service to customers in and around all surrounding Oxfordshire towns – including Abingdon, Banbury, Bicester, Didcot and Wantage. Whatever you’re after, whether it’s casement windows or tilt and turn windows with ultra-energy efficient double glazing, we can help. If you’re more interested in the benefits that composite doors can offer, click here!
Casement Windows – Highly customisable, these are one of the most popular types of uPVC windows. Casement windows can be manufactured to fit any and every window opening, meaning they’re very versatile. Oxfordshire customers visit our Oxford and Witney stores when they require bespoke casement windows fitted with double glazing, warm edge spacer bars, multi-point locking and stylish handles in a range of colours.
Sliding Sash Windows – These are made from movable panels that form a frame to hold glass double glazing panes. They were very popular in the Georgian and Victorian periods, meaning many homeowners around Abingdon, Banbury, Bicester, Didcot and Wantage falsely think of them as being an “outdated” style. But modern sliding sash windows look fantastic, and are certainly up-to-date aesthetically. Our sliding sash uPVC windows are thermally insulated, low-maintenance, and operated by stainless steel sliding/pivoting hinges.
Tilt and Turn Windows – Turning inwards to ventilate a room and outwards for easy cleaning, these uPVC windows are highly convenient. They can be designed to pivot either vertically or horizontally, and are also customisable in other ways. Choose from a range of colours and types of handle, and enjoy double glazing, spacer bars, multi-point locking and steel reinforced frames as standard.
Bow Windows – These project beyond an exterior wall of a building, providing a wide view of your surroundings. Made up of a combination of casement windows that form an arch of sorts, bow windows can be installed on any level of an Oxfordshire building.
Bay Windows – Any protruding window construction can be referred to as bay windows, even if they run over multiple storeys. Bay windows are polygonal or square, and if they are supported by a corbel, bracket or similar structure – they are then known as oriel window. We have a wide range available in our Oxford and Witney stores.
There are a number of reasons why uPVC doors are so popular around Oxfordshire towns, from Banbury to Bicester, Wantage to Witney. Firstly they are low maintenance and easy to clean. This makes them a great replacement for antiquated wooden doors, which require quite a bit of upkeep, including semi-regular refinishing/painting. They’re also very durable, and have been the door of choice for many of our security conscious customers around areas including Abingdon, Oxford and Didcot. This is partly because of their build quality and resistance to issues like warping and rotting, which can quickly compromise the structural integrity of a wooden door.
Another key reason to invest in uPVC doors is that they are extremely thermally efficiency. Often, older doors featured in Oxfordshire property are allowing a large amount of heat to escape. This makes a home/commercial premises far harder and more expensive to heat. uPVC doors feature multiple layers which help retain heat (in a manner similar to the double glazing employed in our uPVC windows). In short, uPVC doors are all-round fantastic doors and affordable to boot. They’re available in a huge range of styles, and the professionals at our Oxford and Witney stores will be more than happy to help you find something that ticks every box on your wish list and is the perfect fit for your property.
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