What to watch out for when choosing colours
The choice of window colours naturally depends on the style of the house. Apart from this, there are also local building regulations that have to be observed as well. The colour of the roof tiles, for example, may be specified in the housing development plan, and there may also be regulations regarding the choice of colour for windows. We suggest you contact your local authority to make sure that the selected colour is approved.
A further statutory requirement concerns buildings that are already listed and subject to conservation orders. When refurbishing older or listed buildings, frequently you are not allowed to change the appearance of the facade very much. However, our wide selection of window frame laminated foils has plenty colour variations to provide a suitable match for listed buildings.
PVC windows and environmental protection
PVC windows from Deceuninck are designed in compliance with the current environmental protection regulations. Our windows are made from high quality PVC that can be 100% recycled after use. Because Deceuninck windows guarantee optimal thermal insulation and prevent rooms from either cooling down or heating up during the summer months, they are able to contribute significantly to saving energy consumption and energy costs. Our window profiles can also be used in a simple and cost-efficient manner to manufacture passive house windows in combination with triple glazing and are available in all window colours.