A cup of coffee, in a cozy corner of your home with your favourite book and droplets of rain adding a touch of drama, seems like a perfect scene in the monsoons. To make this a reality certain home improvements may be considered.
There are some aspects of home that require regular maintenance, such as; cracks in the walls, paintings, drainage, etc, But thanks to Engineered System uPVC / Aluminium Windows and Doors, these can be kept out of such hassles.
Wood has been a favourite option for window and door from times immemorial. With the emergence of uPVC and Aluminium Windows and Doors, wood is beginning to lose its sheen for various reasons. It is the innate nature of wood to expand in monsoons and hence the wooden frames tend to absorb water, leading to gaps and leaks. This can weaken the structural integrity of the windows and doors, making them less reliable during monsoons.
Another concern with wooden fenestration is poor insulation allowing cold drafts and moisture to enter the living space resulting in dampness, increased humidity levels, and potential damage to interiors.
Modern, exquisite buildings have embraced System Engineered uPVC and Aluminium Windows and Doors Systems as the ideal alternative for not just all-weather proofing your home and office, but also for adding a touch of elegance and finesse to the interiors.
Aluminium and uPVC windows and doors are manufactured through a process called extrusion and thermal break technology which gives design flexibility, improved insulation and comfortable interior environment during monsoons.
Both Aluminium and uPVC fenestration systems do not warp, rot, or corrode when exposed to water, reducing the chances of leaks and the need for frequent repairs or replacements. These materials offer improved waterproofing, durability, and low maintenance, making them well-suited for withstanding the challenges posed by heavy rainfall and high humidity during monsoons making it the best option for window and door systems.
At a time when concern for environment is growing and at an all-time high, people are conscious about the materials that are being used inside their homes. Having said this, both uPVC and Aluminium are eco-friendly materials and provides a smarter substitute for timber or wood. Aluminium, for eg is recyclable to the maximum level possible level during the production process.