uPVC Windows

uPVC Windows

Universal supply and fit uPVC double and triple glazed windows, which come in various styles and colours to suit all types of homes. Guaranteed for 10 years, they will keep your home warm, quiet, safe, and secure.

Benefits of Universal Windows

Designed and manufactured for peak performance, our uPVC double and triple glazed windows benefit from:

Window Types and Styles Available

Below is a guide to the types and styles of windows we supply and install:


Fixed windows are windows with a fixed frame which cannot open. Fixed windows can be installed along with windows which open, such as hoppers.


These are small top hinged windows which are frequently found above fixed windows. They also come with various decorative styles and design features.

Side Hung Casement

Side hung casement windows are side hinged, meaning they open like a door. Simple and stylishly designed, they are often fitted to the side of fixed windows.

Top Hung Casement

Top hung casement windows are similar to side hung windows, except the hinges are positioned at the top. Therefore, the windows open from the bottom.


These project out from the wall and consist of three or more sides. Configurations include fixed panes with hoppers at the top, or side hung casement on each side.

Tilt and Turn

Side hung to swing fully open, and bottom hung to tilt inwards for ventilation. They are incredibly versatile as they provide excellent ventilation and are easy to clean.

Fully Reversible

These rotate 180°, allowing the window to turn for easy cleaning from the inside. They are ideal for upper floor installations and apartment buildings.

Sliding Sash

Combining modern technology with the traditional character of original sash windows, sliding sash windows offer enhanced security and energy efficiency.


Bow windows have a curved front, whereas bay windows have a square front. They protrude from the wall and provide panoramic views and extra indoor space.

Recent Installations

You can view some of our recent installations in the gallery below. Click on any image to enlarge.