Classic uPVC Windows

Our Classic uPVC window range promotes outstanding quality, long lasting uv stabilised profile, high security Yale multi-point locking system and exceptional thermal efficiency. These features combined with a wide choice of smooth and woodgrain coloured finishes makes this our most popular window system.

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Why Choose Classic uPVC Windows

Our Classic uPVC windows offer our most versatile designs for both modern and traditional properties by being available in a wide range of designs, glazing options and choice of colours in woodgrain and smooth finishes. uPVC windows offer superior protection and longevity and will not rot, rust or fade. uPVC windows have excellent thermal insulation keeping heat inside your property and reducing energy bills, with our market leading 5 chamber system combined with highly efficient glazing units we can achieve an ‘A+’ energy rating. uPVC windows require next to no maintenance , a simple wipe down with warm soapy water every few weeks will keep them looking pristine for years to come.

Colours Available – All available single colour or white inside

Our Traditional Wood Effect Colours
Golden Oak - Irish Oak - Rosewood- Mahogany - Silver Birch

Our Timeless Woodgrain Colours
White Ash - Chartwell - Green Pearl Grey - Clotted Cream

Our Contemporary Woodgrain Colours
Anthracite Grey - Elephant Grey - Slate Grey - Black Brown   

Our Smooth Contemporary Colours
Anthracite Grey - Basalt Grey - Slate Grey - Midnight Black

Frequently Asked Questions

What is double glazing?

Double glazing (also known as hermetically sealed glazing) is a type of window which has two panes of glass instead of one. This reduces energy costs for the property as it improves heat efficiency. It also helps reduce noise and improves security.

What is triple glazing?

Triple glazing is like double glazing, but instead of two panes of glass, it has three. This further improves energy efficiency and noise cancelling.

How does double glazing and triple glazing work?

Double and triple glazing involves two or three separate panes of glass with a vacuum or gas filled space. This reduced the heat and sound transfer between the panes of glass to increase energy efficiency and reduce noise from the outside world.

How much should double glazing cost?

It is impossible to provide an idea of cost due to the potential differences in size, design and colour. We would be happy to visit and provide a free non obligation quotation.

What guarantee do I get with Classic uPVC Windows?

As with all products supplied and installed by 1st Glass Windows ltd we offer our fully comprehensive 10 year insurance backed Guarantee covering labour and materials.

What is secondary glazing?

Secondary glazing is installed in addition to a conventional window. It is typically made of aluminium and utilises a single pane of glass. Secondary glazing is NOT required when using our window system and is typically only used in areas where new glazing is not approved/allowed.

What areas do you install your Classic uPVC windows?

At 1st Glass Windows we pride ourselves on our Aftersales support and industry leading guarantee. With this in mind we serve our local community to ensure our Service Department can maintain our high standards. The areas we cover are mainly Surrey, Kent and Sussex and include Biggin Hill, Caterham, Coulsdon, Croydon, Forestdale, Godstone, Horley, Kenley, Lingfield, Oxted, Purley, Riddlesdown, Sanderstead, Selsdon, Smallfield, Tatsfield, Warlingham, Westerham, Whyteleafe.

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