A Greener Substitute

A Greener Substitute

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According to a report, an average PVC production plant would need to be operating for 30,000 years to produce the same amount of dioxins generated on one bonfire night.

Manish Bansal, MD, Window Magic
Manish Bansal, MD,

The entire world is under the thermal lenses of nature. Are your windows and doors affecting the environment? Wooden windows and doors are a big reason for deforestation. Such a situation calls for better options which are eco-friendly and can be recycled too. Un-plasticised Polyvinyl Chloride, popularly known as is one such source which not only protects one’s home from dust, noise, insects, leakages, etc. but also contributes to the environment.

One of the initial introducers of uPVC technology in India is Window Magic.  They believe in pushing the technology forward for the creation of modern architecture and better home décor. ‘Best quality deliverables’ is the only aim of Window Magic which has led to the manufacturing of doors, windows, partitions and frames for glass fabrications, and transforms the old school wooden lanterns. Window Magic is resolutely committed to the fundamental basics of a greener environment and this includes the use of uPVC material.

Why switch to uPVC?

Resistance from pollutants: uPVC windows and doors remain unaffected in almost all types of weathers and have great resistance against air, water, storm, UV rays, chemicals, etc. uPVC windows and doors remain unaltered for years even during the worst weather conditions unlike wooden windows and doors which keep shrinking and expanding due to change in weather.

Energy Efficient: If one’s house or office is fully equipped with uPVC windows and doors then it will help cut short one’s electricity bill due to its low thermal conductivity. Apart from cutting one’s AC and heater bills, these windows are a medium of natural light further relieving pressure on one’s pocket.

Cost Effective: uPVC is the most cost effective technology available in the market. uPVC windows and doors do not require sanding, warping and regular painting. uPVC windows and doors are highly durable and remain same for years. The strength served by uPVC is extra-ordinary, resulting in excellent performance over decades. Quality and appearance are stable even after years of external use unlike wood.

Sound Proof: With the sound resistant feature of uPVC windows, one can actually cut off from the rest of the world and enter into the peace of being home. It is also beneficial for commercial properties as well. The sound proof element helps in building better concentration.

Thermal insulation: The thermal insulation property of uPVC windows makes it the best buy for Indian buyers. During summers, it keeps the houses cool as it does not absorb heat. Summers are at peak thus it is the best time to switch to uPVC.

Aesthetics: uPVC windows and doors give one’s house/office a touch of modern interiors. The beauty experienced through the windows during rain, wind, sea is always a spectacular sight when one is sitting inside their house looking at all the happenings.

Protection: It provides protection from rain water leakages, air-borne diseases, dust, bacteria, etc. making the interiors of homes and offices hygienic. uPVC is capable of resisting the wind pressure unlike their wooden counterparts. These windows and doors are fire resistant and self extinguishing in the case of fire accidents.

Recyclable: Being a replacement for wood, uPVC not only dejects deforestation but is fully recyclable and reused for production. According to a report, an average PVC production plant would need to be operating for 30,000 years to produce the same amount of dioxins generated on one bonfire night.

uPVC technology helps creating a greener and brighter future. The construction industry has undergone major changes with the use of uPVC as they hold key benefits as compared to its substitutes.

About the Author

Having acquired a degree from the University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom, Manish Bansal is the current Managing Director of Window Magic and spearheads, a leading uPVC brand in India, today. Bansal is a successful business leader prospering in the building and construction equipments industry. He played a significant role in transforming Window Magic into a profitable venture. His clear vision, commitment to quality standards, market & consumer foresightedness added new insights to Window magic as a company.

Manish Bansal carries a distinct expertise in global strategic management including development, expansion, and turnaround initiatives. His belief and understanding of future market trends have helped in popularising uPVC products in India. He has successfully established a reputation of being a dynamic, visionary, and strategic leader of the industry.

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