Usually canvas or some other material stretched on a frame and installed on the exterior or a door or window to keep out the sun or rain with a sash that swings outwards to maneuver movement.
Inert, non-toxic gas used to insulate windows to prevent heat transmissions.
Bay and Bow
Both these windows are placed at angles and stick out of the wall of the house. Bay windows usually have three windows while bow windows have four to five windows.
Windows that are fixed on hinges to make it open like a door.
CNC Corner Cleaning technology
Unique cleaning technology employed to clean uPVC frames of doors and windows.
Refers to transparent glass for maximum light and heat emissions into a home.
Double-sealed insulating glass
Double paned glass windows for more energy efficiency.
Double Hung Windows
These have two sashes that move up and down
These double up as windows as well as emergency exits of any place of dwelling.
End vent slider
These windows are tilt inwards contrary to bay or bow windows, allow ample outside view and ventilation.
Energy Star rated
Standard performance criteria for windows set by National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) based on climatic zones.
A US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) voluntary program aimed at saving resources like money and climate protection through superior energy efficiency.
Similar to casement windows in function these cannot be maneuvered and ideal for outdoor views.
Glass fibers fixed in a resin matrix to create reinforced plastic.
Arrangement of doors and windows on walls of buildings.
Change existing arrangement of doors and windows in a building.
The main structure comprising two vertical and two horizontal panels on which glass panes rest.
Fusion welded frame
Method to join PVC frames and sashes for windows
These are windows that protrude outwards slightly from a wall to allow more sunlight and is created on greenhouse principle.
Transmission of heat from outdoors to indoors affecting temperature inside.
Similar to awnings and casements, but have hinges swinging inwards for movements rather than sliding or lifting movements.
These windows are made or one or more panels or sashes that hold glass in panes.
100% lead free uPVC
Environmentally friendly synthetic compound made from 100% recyclable materials.
Two or more glass panes fitted together with air space in between to prevent air loss.
Main vertical portions forming the sides of doors or windows.
An added portion to the existing jamb for it to appropriately fit the thickness of the wall.
Low E-argon gas windows
These windows have thin metallic coating that reflects the heat or cold leading to optimal insulation.
Medium Density Fiberboard, an engineered wood product.
Multi-point locking systems
Innovative locking mechanism to provide protection and safety.
National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)
A non-profit independent organization that aims to provide reliable ratings of energy performance of windows and doors.
Picture Slider Windows
Usually refers to one single large pane of glass most apt for living rooms.
Framed part of the window that holds the glass together.
A term used to differentiate between ordinary lumber and engineered wood.
Super Spacer Glass
Patented dual seal insulation system that keeps edges well sealed to prevent heat or cold loss.
Triple Glazing or Glass
Refers to three layers of glass in doors or windows, separated by air spaces.
Synthetic compound consisting of polyvinyl chloride or some other related polymer.