Fixed vinyl windows, commonly called picture windows, provide great views and ample natural light. Due to their immobility, they enhance their overall energy efficiency. Architects utilize UPVC picture windows independently or alongside other window types to optimize the scenic panorama and improve air circulation.
Vinyl windows with double low-E coatings and argon infusion between panes are recommended for energy efficiency. They prevent cool air from escaping and reduce monthly bills while maintaining a consistent indoor temperature.
Vinyl windows need minimal upkeep, have moisture resistance, and offer robust durability. Fusion welding on the frames’ corners makes these windows more secure.
PVC is strong, rigid, and impact-resistant. These windows’ airtight seals and fusion-welded frames also make them more difficult to pry open from the outside.
Larger Window Sizes
If you’re considering installing picture windows, you have plenty of options; they can be as narrow as 24 inches or as wide as 96 inches.