Fixed Glass Window
Fixed frame Upvc windows, as the name suggests, are fixed to the window frame and onto the wall. Because of its nature of being immovable and solid, these windows are great sources of letting some warmth and light in. The demerit of which is, however ventilation. Fixed windows are in demand where there is requirement for ample source of light. The thickness of single glazed glass fixed windows is 5-6 mm and a double glazed glass fixed window is 22 mm.
Fixed glass window designs are fabricated in such a way that it proves inexpensive and is an effective way of allocating natural lights in all those spaces that receives least brightness. An example of which is utilising these uPVC windows at the end of the hallway and other such darker spaces. These windows are firmly fastened and cannot be opened. These come in various shapes and sizes. With the best available quality, careful sealing ensures that water does not collect in the tracks with the onslaught of rain. These frames do not run into the risk of sagging due to their meticulous drilling in places and tight sealing, making them withstand and endure even the harshest of weather conditions.
Aluminium fixed glass windows provide a clearer view of the outdoors and are specifically built to allow continuous radiating stream of light. There are many areas and regions that are dry and require light and life. These aluminium uPVC sliding window are the best option to fulfil such requirements. Fixed uPVC windows are strategically placed when designing a house to bring in maximum amount of natural light. This is beneficial in a lot of ways; it helps in saving on energy bills through usage of less electricity during the day time. Additionally, the window ensures that the temperature of the room remains the same as that of climate controlled rooms. Compared to the other available window type, fixed windows are of the most common and economically viable option.