Re: Re: Irish say no to PVC windows
I noticed a lot of use of interior PVC glazing behind old sash windows in London. It seemed to work quite nicely and doesn’t look very obtrusive if it’s done with the right stuff.
uPVC could be a very useful material if the manufacturers came up with some more tasteful products. People are simply installing the wrong windows into the wrong buildings. There’s nothing fundementally wrong with uPVC products and they do provide quite a lot of advantages in terms of insulation and maintenence they just need to be used appropriately. Most manufactures simply make over-standardised mass-produced ugly products.