One advantage of uPVC windows is that they can be manufactured in almost any colour and shape. The easy-care uPVC doors are available for every standard wall opening size and are also offered in a stylish round design. Round windows harmonise with many architectural styles and allow for individual façade designs.
Coloured doors in classic RAL colours are also suitable as customised solutions for detached houses and apartment buildings as well as for commercial construction. With coloured window frames, façades can be designed in a sophisticated way. The variety ranges from classic white uPVC French doors to different shades of anthracite and grey uPVC French doors or elegant wood decors like Golden Oak or Mahagony (similar to rosewood).
To achieve such a variety of colours, a coloured foil is put onto the white uPVC in production. This technique allows not only for different colours but also wood decors with realistic woodgrain.
But your scope for design doesn't end at colours. Depending on the construction situation, you can opt for generous double doors or allow a maximum of natural light into your home by adding a top light or giving your new door three or even four sashes. If you choose an external French door with more than one sash, you can also choose how many of these sashes should be openable. For example, a door with two sashes can have one opening – inwards or outwards opening – and one fixed sash that functions as a side panel or sidelight. In the french door configurator, you can select to the milimetre how wide each sash how large the side panels should be. All our doors are made-to-measure, exactly matching your individual wishes
Other possible design features include a filled instead of a glass panel or adding glazing bars. You have the choice between three types of window bars: Helima, Viennese and a glass-separating bars. While Helima bars are placed between the sheets of double glazed French doors, Viennese bars are glued to the inside and outside of the double glazing. Glass-separating bars, as the name already suggests, are fitted into the glass sheet, so that the double-glazed surface is separated into smaller parts. Whichever glazing bar type you choose, you can select the number of vertical and horizontal bars to resemble the style you prefer, for example, Georgian bars.