Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) door systems provide you with an attractive appearance which belies their weather-resistant and impact-resistant features. Not only is security and energy efficiency covered, but uPVC doors are remarkably low maintenance too! The only question now is, “What type of uPVC door optimises your architectural design?”
1. Entrance doors
As one of the first impressions of your building, the entrance door plays a vital role in setting the scene for the interior style. uPVC doors can house high-performance hardware and locking mechanisms to ensure you are safe and secure.
2. French doors
The classic charm of French doors is a result of their proportions and symmetry. Selecting a uPVC French door – with open-in or open-out styles and equal or non-equal split panes – provides delicate openness while still offering noise reduction, energy efficiency, safety, security, and low maintenance.
3. Sliding patio doors
The South African climate is the reason so many buildings feature sliding doors. What better way to increase the feeling of airiness and bring the outdoors in, and take the inside out?
Choosing a uPVC sliding door does all that, combining lightness with a robust structure.
4. Folding doors
The multi-fold door system is a modern take on the traditional types mentioned above – French doors and sliding doors. The popularity of folding doors lies in the flexibility of opening just the master door or all of the panes.
A perfect way to enjoy the balmy summers of Johannesburg and embrace a truly alfresco lifestyle.
What uPVC doors colours are available?
uPVC door frames are available in these finishes:
The home of quality doors and windows, K Parker Joinery (KPJ) can advise you – homeowners, corporate office, hotels, and accommodation interior decorators, architects, and construction companies – on the best type of uPVC door systems for your project. For more information, contact us today.