Plastic windows create coziness in the house, providing protection against the penetration of external factors into the home. Taking care of such windows is not difficult.
Every homeowner knows how important it is to choose the right window so that it is not only practical to use, but the price matches the quality. Plastic windows isolate from street noise, do not allow dust to pass through. Professionals can easily and quickly install such windows. The cost depends on the number of fittings used in the production of plastic windows, the more fittings, the correspondingly higher the price. The fittings make the use of the window easier.
Distinguish between swing, tilt, swing-out, blind windows. The cheapest of them is a blind window, because the least amount of fittings is used in its production.
Plastic windows are made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This artificial material was one of the first to appear, in 1835 it was created by the chemist Regnald. Already in 1912, attempts were made to launch the production of PVC into production, but only in 1931 did the BASF concern release the first tons of this material. The first German patent for PVC window frames was obtained in 1952. In the beginning, the frames looked like soft or semi-soft PVC coated on a metal base. Then they began to make profiles from solid polyvinyl chloride and reinforced it with inserts made of wood or metal.
The first windows made of solid polyvinyl chloride appeared in apartments in 1959. And after a few years, frames made of PVC profiles began to be widely used. The rapid development of PVC window applications has been accompanied by continuous improvements in raw materials and extruders (machines). It was necessary to achieve the service life of wooden windows, or better, exceed it.
Also, great attention was paid to ecology and weather resistance in the development of PVC windows. Windows made of such material are distinguished by a variety of shapes, ease of maintenance, good heat and sound insulation. In the production of profiles, they began to use a stabilizer and titanium oxide (together with other additives), which made it possible to guarantee high material quality during operation.