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Reasons To Choose UPVC Doors Over Metal Or Wooden Doors

Knowledge is perhaps the most crucial possession one can have after a house. When it comes to upkeeps and makeovers, you should have the information of available choices of materials and products. After all, science is moving at a breakneck pace, and it is hard to keep up with it. You want to change your entry door, and you’re hearing a term called UPVC which many of your friends, relatives, and neighbours are using. It is always wise to know the specifics of the material before you go for it and understand its values that you can gain by using.

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About UPVC

UPVC is a different variety of polyvinyl chloride while being one of the most versatile polymers in the industry. You already know that PVC is making its way to almost every facet of human life. It finds its application in regular items as well as in highly sophisticated lifesaving applications. There isn’t any other raw material which can match the composition of UPVC doors from PRIME WINDOWS, and the substance has multiple benefits. UPVC is rapidly becoming one of the most preferred door and window material all over the world. UPVC is eating up the market share of another popular element which is vinyl, only because of its effectiveness.

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Prowess over metal

There is a never-ending battle going on for centuries and will continue to go on in the future. This battle is between the mongoose and the snake where one always seems better than the other. A similar argument goes on regarding the advantage of UPVC over metal and vice versa. When it comes to metal doors or windows, aluminium is the preferred choice but, when it is about utilitarianism, aluminium won’t find a leg to stand on against Upvc doors. Both UPVC and metal can last very long periods, but aluminium degrades with time. Aluminium is a metal like any other and is a conductor of heat. UPVC is a poor conductor and thus has better thermal efficiency.

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Wins over wood

Not only UPVC but many other raw materials that manufacturers use today for doors and windows can beat the efficiency of wood. Timber requires excessive maintenance in the form of cleaning, varnishing, polishing, etc. There is no such hassle with UPVC, and it doesn’t warp like lumber does, during the monsoon months. You can’t recycle wood because once it incurs damage, it becomes worthless, but efficient door installation companies recycle and reuse UPVC. Your wooden door will attract pests like cheese draws in the mouse, and will eat up the door from the inside. No vermin can damage UPVC, and it doesn’t rot like timber.

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Simple selection

After reading the full topic, you shouldn’t have any confusion regarding the choice of door material. Metal, as well as wood, will lose round after round standing toe-to-toe against UPVC. Besides, the cost is a factor which no can avoid or miss, even the financially sound folks. The cost of UPVC is significantly lower than lumber or metal. So, you have a simple choice before you, but the renowned organization will leave no stone unturned when it comes to the style and aesthetics of the available products.

Deceuninck launches MyBrand print on demand portal


Deceuninck has launched – its new print on demand portal to make it simple and convenient for customers to order personalised brochures, leaflets, posters and other marketing tools whenever they need.

Ordering bespoke marketing material is easy and cost effective. Customers get in touch with MRA Marketing, Deceuninck’s expert marketing team, to create a tailored suite. Once the marketing is finalised and approved, it’s uploaded to the print on demand portal for customers to access via their own log-in area to order and send to print. The website stores all users’ details so re-ordering is simple any time of day or night, any day of the year.

Sales Director Rob McGlennon says: “Helping our customers stand out and sell more effectively is an important part of Deceuninck’s strategy. MyBrand is a comprehensive set of marketing material so individual customers can create their own branded marketing easily and cost effectively. They can even choose the level of personalisation they want.

“It couldn’t be easier to create your own bespoke suite of marketing aids”, continues Rob. “And the launch of our web to print portal makes it simple and quick for customers to order their new marketing material when they need it.”

Visit for more information or call Deceuninck on 01249 816 969 and get selling! Follow @DeceuninckUK and @RoyFrost1.

Deceuninck launches InstallerPro


Deceuninck has launched InstallerPro, a new service that gives installers a highly efficient and cost effective way to prove their compliance with mandatory regulations. It’s another way that Deceuninck helps fabricators and installers sell, by providing evidence of installer competence that gives reassurance to homeowners making important financial decisions about their home.

Roy Frost, Managing Director Deceuninck UK explains: “The scheme provides support to fabricators and installers to address CE Marking, Window Energy Ratings, forthcoming changes including Minimum Technical Competency (MTC) and also mandatory Insurance Backed Guarantees that both start in June 2014. It’s important that fabricators and installers are ready for these changes so they don’t lose out.” Roy adds: “We’ve also created a distinct and recognisable logo for InstallerPro. The brand stands for trust and reassurance, embodying the professional qualities that homeowners expect and value from their chosen installer.

“InstallerPro is easy for Deceuninck fabricators and installers to access. The service which is provided through our partners Certass includes a dedicated microsite where installers can register jobs and self-certify installer competence. The site also covers mandatory insurance backed guarantees as well as WERs, Thermal Ratings Register (TRR) and CE Marking for microenterprises with 10 employees or less and a turnover of up to £2millon.”

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