Spec-Net Building Index
Wilkins Windows

uPVC Double-glazed Windows and Doors for Snowy Areas from Wilkins Windows

uPVC Double-glazed Windows and Doors for Snowy Areas from Wilkins Windows

When it comes to cold climate areas, installing uPVC double-glazed windows and doors from Wilkins Windows is one of the best means to achieve excellent thermal insulation. With a high elevation and able to be quite cold, mountain areas such as Jindabyne benefit most from the excellent thermal qualities of uPVC double-glazed solutions.

The home of Australia's premier ski resorts (Charlotte Pass, Thredbo, and Perisher), Jindabyne residents are accustomed to the chilly weather and snowfall. When preparing for future ski seasons, Wilkins Windows uPVC double-glazed windows were specified by a Jindabyne townhouse owner for its refurbishment. These windows were the ideal choice because of their high performance in extreme temperatures.

Aside from the effective thermal insulation they provide, installing uPVC double-glazed doors and windows helps reduce electricity bills, especially in cold areas. In action, your double-glazing consists of the consolidation of two insulated glass panels with a 20mm gap in between that is either filled by air or gas. The space in between serves as an added insulation layer that stops heat from escaping, maintaining warmth in interior areas and helping reduce energy bills by limiting the use of heating systems.

uPVC double-glazed windows offer benefits such as improved sound insulation (up to 80% noise reduction), better security, and long-lasting durability. Wilkins Windows remains the trusted leader for the supply of high-quality double-glazed uPVC windows and doors. To learn more about specifying uPVC double-glazed windows and doors for snowy areas, get in touch with the experts today by visiting www.wilkinswindows.com.au.



Wilkins Windows Profile

02 9833 2993

12 Harris Street, St Marys, NSW, 2760

ENQUIRE HERE

ENQUIRE NOW

Wilkins Windows Profile

02 9833 2993

ENQUIRE HERE

ENQUIRE NOW






Related News Articles