Vinyl windows

Homes using vinyl windows are cool in the summer and warm in the winter and can save on gas and electric bills. Windows with high thermal insulation performance stand up to the impact of outdoor air and minimize changes in the surface temperature. By minimizing the difference between the room temperature and surface temperature of the window, condensation around the window is limited to stop curtains from getting wet on window panes and prevent unwanted dirt caused by dust absorbed with water build up on the window frames and floor.

These windows not only make cleaning the house easier but also prevent the growth of mold to extend the lifespan of houses. Great benefits can be expected for the health of residents.

Surface temperature/condensation comparison around windows in winter


Note: The build up of condensation is not only influenced by window performance but also living conditions and other aspects of the natural environment. Condensation may occur due to other indoor conditions.