WHY USE uPVC?
Whether you’re remodeling, renovating, or building your dream home, you certainly want style, durability, and functionality at a reasonable price. uPVC windows provide all of these.
Kunstof offers you the best design features with a wide range of new style options to suit your home and budget. We dedicate ourselves to provide the most reliable windows and doors, integrating beauty, technical superiority, and meticulous attention to detail.
Kunstof uPVC Windows and Doors are eye-catching, secure, reasonably priced, and easy to maintain. We design our windows and doors to enhance the visual presentation and value of your property and created to satisfy your sharp taste!
WHY USE uPVC?
uPVC window frames have been extensively used in Germany and the Scandinavian countries for more than 30 years with great success. They were introduced to the United Kingdom in 1982 but received a cold reception by skeptics. However, in 1984 uPVC started gaining acceptance, and by 1986, it controlled approximately 60% of the new window market. In the United States of America in 2002, there were 34.2 million uPVC windows sold compared to 5.5 million aluminum and 19.8 million wood.
In the Philippines, it’s never too late to grab hold of significant innovations. It’s a wonder why we haven’t used this as a primary material in our country.
uPVC windows and doors integrate multi-point locking mechanisms inside the profile systems. Together with the steel enforced frames, our window systems offer optimum safety and security.
100% CORROSION FREE
THE WORLD HAS SHIFTED TO uPVC FOR A REASON.
The aluminum windows in this house were terrible. The windows were leaking cold air from inside and wasting energy. The frames looked dated, the broken locks compromised security, and most of all, the owner couldn’t sleep at night because of outside noise. Therefore, a solution to these problems was needed.
The new KUNSTOF windows refreshed the visual appeal of this house and provided the owner the much-needed sleep. The new windows with double-glazed panels were easy to install, and it delivered significant improvements in heat transference, maintenance, noise insulation, and aesthetic appeal. Now, it can be called a home.