Double-glazed windows are the most popular glazing choice for windows across the country. Due to their brilliant energy efficiency and security, it’s easy to see why so many people choose double-glazed windows. 

Given the range of materials that are available, choosing the right one for your window can be a real challenge. However, don’t worry – this blog post is here to make it easier for you. We’ll compare the most popular options – uPVC and aluminium windows in detail, so that you can make an informed decision on the most suitable option. From performance to maintenance requirements, each material has its own distinct pros and cons. Whether you ultimately decide on uPVC or aluminium, you know that you’ll have made the right choice for your home.

UPVC Windows

Low Maintenance

With little effort,  uPVC windows will continue to look brand new for years to come and simultaneously keep your house looking as fresh as possible. All they need is an occasional, quick wipedown to keep them looking their best.

Energy Efficiency

All of our uPVC windows are A and A+ rated, allowing you to maintain a comfortable interior temperature in a sustainable manner. In terms of energy efficiency, heat retention, and general performance, an A Rated window is among the best available. These windows can help keep heat in the house for a longer period of time and help save money on energy bills.


UPVC windows are a great long-term investment. Not only do they have an impressive average lifespan of 20 years, but our UPVC windows are designed to be incredibly strong and resistant to decay. So if you’re looking for something that won’t need to be replaced anytime soon, uPVC windows provide fantastic value for money.


With uPVC windows, you can enjoy maximum security for your home. Each window has been carefully designed to ensure optimum safeguard against unwanted intrusion. The resilience of the windows is superior, and testing under extreme conditions guarantees a sturdy product that will keep your possessions and loved ones safe. Our cutting-edge technology and advanced materials also enable these windows to be also weather-resistant.

Aluminium Windows

Flexible Design

You have unlimited design options because of the flexibility that aluminium windows provide. You can choose from a variety of alternatives for aluminium windows to find the ideal fit for your house.


Aluminium is a very durable material that can survive harsh weather and frequent use. It is a great option for coastal areas because it has a high level of corrosion resistance. Aluminium windows are heat- and weather-resistant, rust-resistant, and do not expand or break when exposed to heat.

Energy Efficiency

All of our aluminium windows are A and A+ rated, which makes them excellent for thermal efficiency and the energy-efficient window of choice.

High Security

We recognise that everyone wants to feel secure in their own home. All of our aluminium windows were made with security in mind to provide the highest level of protection.

As you can see, both window materials offer great qualities, and depending on your requirements, expectations and budget, your preference may vary. This guide should have shed some light on which option may be more suitable. Get in touch with us to learn more if you want to install high-quality uPVC or aluminium windows in your Woking, Guildford, or Surrey home.