Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are a compilation of common questions that customers or potential clients often ask about a particular product, service, or company. Here are some examples of frequently asked questions that people might have when considering Zani Windows.

  • Energy Efficient. Double-glazed windows have two sheets of glass with a gap between them to create an insulating barrier that keeps the heat in.
  • Acoustic Insulation. Double-glazed windows provide first-rate acoustic insulation. It reduces outside noise levels while containing noise levels within your home at the same time.
  • Added Security. When glazing with 6.38mm safety or intruder-proof glass, double-glazing provides excellent added security for your home.
  • Reduced Condensation. With double-glazed windows, heat gets reflected back into the room. This keeps the inner pane warm and reduces the problem of condensation.
  • Draught Proof. When properly installed, no draughts can get through, not even in windy areas

Aluminium offers 4 key advantages over timber and uPVC that make it the ideal choice for beautiful window frames:

  • High strength
  • Excellent thermal efficiency
  • Low maintenance
  • Style

Apart from the above-mentioned features and benefits, high-quality uPVC windows and doors provide a large number of advantages over their traditional counterparts. Some of these are:

  • Cut electricity bills by up to 30%
  • Reduce noise by up to 30-40 dB
  • Water-tight
  • Built with self-extinguishable material
  • Looks as good as new for years
  • Eco-friendly and recyclable
  • Highly secure with multi-point locking systems
  • Does not rot, corrode, fade or discolor
  • Extremely easy to install and maintain

You want to keep your gas and electricity bills down to a minimum? Of course you do – no point in paying higher energy bills when you can pay lower ones. Our double and triple glazing certainly helps. New windows, warmer house, lower bills.

Typically lasting around 20 years, which can vary between 10-35 years depending on the quality and upkeep, if your uPVC windows were installed around 1999 it’s likely that they could need replacing or at least repairing by now.

Aluminium, is one of the most environmentally friendly metals on the planet.

Yes, uPVC windows can be recycled. This not only makes it a more environmentally-friendly alternative but also saves thousands of tons of landfills being dumped every year and helps prevent land pollution.

A uPVC window can be painted using a special type of paint called the uPVC paint, but spray painting your window will cause you to lose the good surface finish that your window already has. Despite all that uPVC windows are meant to be sparkling white & have no maintenance at all, So if you are looking to make it look colourful I would suggest getting it laminated.

Unlike the wooden or aluminium windows, uPVC has a wide range of hardware that could be incorporated with it. This wide array of hardware offers it multi-point locks & it could also be incorporated with strong glasses like toughened glass, laminated glass etc., avoiding the need for grills. Thus you can be safe in style.

The answer is yes. uPVC windows have excellent soundproofing because of the excellent sealing that they are provided with. If you’re looking for better soundproofing, you can always opt for double glazing that has excellent soundproofing properties.

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