Uniseal UK offer quality uPVC Double Glazed Windows in a wide range of areas including Burntwood, Lichfield, Stafford, Telford, Cannock, Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth, Burton on Trent, Walsall, Rugeley.
Whatever age or style of your property, the look and feel of your home can receive a real boost with Windows from Uniseal. With a huge range of designs and colours to suit everybody’s needs.
We use Planitherm glass
When it comes to choosing your windows, the glass really does make a difference. Glass typically makes up 70% of a window and controls not just energy efficiency but also the flow of natural light, the levels of safety and security, protection against furniture fade, and even the amount of warmth captured from outside.
We recommend Planitherm glass because, whether you’re looking for more warmth, a peaceful night’s sleep or to enjoy a sun-filled room without overheating, you’ll find the perfect package for your home. With Planitherm, energy efficiency comes as standard. It’s manufactured in the UK specifically for our changeable climate, and can be fitted in any type of window frame.
THE FINISHING TOUCHES
Both our Sash and Flush Casement windows are designed to deliver fantastic thermal performance using 24mm sealed-unit double glazing. The overall energy efficiency is dependent upon the actual glass, the construction of the sealed unit, the gas used to fill it and the ratio of glass to frame. We’ll work with you to find the best combination for your home and how you use it, but as every home is different it wouldn’t be right for us to give rigid performance figures in this guide.
Your glazing choices also include aesthetics. Flush casement windows in an Edwardian home can look fabulous incorporating stained
glass. Cottage windows can have fully-leaded styles, or for something minimalist how about simple etched glass in a bold coloured frame?
The colours and finishes in Flush Casement and Vertical sliding range allow you to match the style and fashions of any era with shades chosen to complement different types of brick, stone and render and a range of wood effects including oaks and rosewood grains. For more modern homes, there are smart greys with flat surfaces and for black and white timber-framed houses a deep, dark colour that’s almost black. For a Georgian townhouse, choose a crisp painted-white finish, or reflect your rural surroundings
with softer, more-muted colours. And if you want to match your interior décor or features, our dual-colour options might be the answer you’re looking for.