The project involves installing high-quality uPVC windows that are specially designed to complement the building´s historic aesthetic while also providing the latest in energy efficiency and security. The uPVC windows chosen for the project are made from a high-quality, durable material that is resistant to weathering, fading, and cracking.
The installation process involves carefully removing the existing windows and ensuring that the new uPVC windows are properly fitted and sealed to prevent air and water leakage. The project is being carried out by a team of experienced professionals from UniWindows who have extensive experience in historic building renovations and are skilled in working with a variety of window types and styles.
One of the main benefits of the uPVC windows being installed is their high energy efficiency. This will help to reduce the building´s energy costs and environmental impact, while also providing a more comfortable interior environment for the building´s occupants. The windows also offer improved security features, including multi-point locking systems and toughened glass, to help deter intruders and provide peace of mind for the building´s occupants.
Overall, the installation of uPVC windows by UniWindows on this historic building in Edinburgh will help to preserve the building´s heritage while also providing numerous benefits to its occupants, including improved energy efficiency, security, and comfort. The project is expected to be completed within a specified timeframe, with minimal disruption to the building´s occupants and surrounding community.