Choosing a window style for your new uPVC windows

At MPN Windows, we always strive to supply and install you with the best quality uPVC windows no matter on the style you have chosen - we use the Veka FS 70 Window. It is so important to us to help you choose the window design most suitable for you and your home.

As each of our customers have different requirements from their new windows, we've put together this useful guide to help you choose the best type of window design for your home.

Casement Windows

Casement windows are the most popular style of window sold currently in the UK. The reason why casement windows are so popular is because they are extremely versatile and can be designed to suite a range of properties with endless frame designs and colour options. Because of the modern technology used in the frames and glazing they are very secure with multiple locking points around the frame.

Vertical Sliding Sash uPVC Windows

If you live in a home that has a traditional look and feel, then Vertical Sliding sash uPVC windows might be the best option for your home. This design of window is available in a variety of colour and glazing finishes, which allows you to tailor the window to suit your properties looks and your requirements. The major benefit of our vertical sliding uPVC windows is that they are much more energy efficient compared to their timber counterparts but have the traditional timber look that compliments older homes perfectly.

Our vertical sliding sash windows offers householders the best of both worlds - you have a modern window that is energy efficient and requires little maintenance yet still retains the heritage looks of a timber equivalent windows

Tilt and Turn Windows

This was once the most popular type of window available and still remains a popular choice for families with young children.

With tilt and turn windows it is possible to have a tilt before turn mechanism alongside a key lockable handle, meaning you can avoid the risk of children being able to accidentally open the window and fall. With no outward opening parts, tilt and turn windows ensures that your home looks sleek and stylish.

The other benefit of tilt and turn windows is that you can easily clean the outside glass from the inside because of its unique tilt mechanism.

Bay and Bow Windows

Bow windows are typically found in older properties especially if your home was built in the 1930's or contemporary properties and give the illusion of more space. This design of window not only looks stylish but often features internal large ledges that can be used to display photos and ornaments.

Bay windows are very similar in look to Bow windows but are slightly different. Bay windows add space as they extend the footprint of your room, they are also a great option if you are thinking of installing window seats. The benefit of both bay and bow windows is the amount of light they let into a property. If you have a particularly dark room, Bay or Bow windows could be a great addition to your home.

We can help

Choosing new or replacement windows may seem like a complicated job but our experts are here to guide you through the process. For help and advice, please call our team on 07976 640959  or contact us online for advice, get a quote or to make an appointment.. You can also like us on Facebook to see our work and how we can transform your home.