Choosing to replace your windows requires considerable thought; it’s important to make a well-informed choice. Deciding what’s best for your home will depend on a variety of factors. If you have decided you want your new windows to have the traditional timber-effect look, with the low maintenance and high performance of uPVC, we have two available options. At Wolverhampton Glass, we install the Residence Collection and Infinity Windows. Read on, as we discuss which option is best for you.

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Residence Collection vs Infinity flush sash windows: aesthetics

Both of these windows provide seriously impressive aesthetics to homes across Wolverhampton and beyond. The window you choose ultimately boils down to personal choice and individual taste.

We offer both the Residence 7 and Residence 9 windows. The difference between the two is that R7 windows have a contemporary flush look internally and externally, whereas R9 windows look traditional with a wood effect for a more heritage aesthetic. Residence 7 windows boast a chic modern appearance that can be applied to both contemporary new builds and traditional homes alike. Residence 9 windows are built to match the specifications of Article 4 directions, meaning they are likely to be your safest bet when replacing older windows in conservation areas.

If you are seeking to recreate the authentic timber look to its fullest, the Infinity option is another choice to consider. Infinity’s innovative design ensures that any leftover plastic has been smoothed out of the frames, leaving sleek corner joints that look just like authentic timber windows. Infinity windows are available in a selection of colours and wood grain effect finishes. From classic Chartwell Green to contemporary Agate Grey, there’s a colour for everyone in the Infinity range.

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Our wide selection of window profiles are made-to-measure, so they can easily suit any style of property. You’ll be able to choose between three materials: uPVC, aluminium and timber, and six window styles. Discover our range today.

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Residence Collection vs Infinity flush sash windows: energy efficiency

Both Residence collection and Infinity windows are capable of achieving A++ Window Energy Ratings and enviably low U-values of just 0.8 W/m²K. Constructed from insulating uPVC material and double glazed sealed units as standard, both of these window types provide similarly high levels of energy efficiency that far surpass Building Regulation minimum requirements.

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Residence Collection vs Infinity flush sash windows: maintenance

Both options are constructed from uPVC, a material renowned for its distinctively low maintenance qualities. All you’ll ever need to worry about when purchasing either set is giving them the occasional wipe over with a damp cloth to keep them looking as good as the day they were fitted.

Residence 7 windows Residence 9 windows Infinity windows
Aesthetic Flush sash inside and out. Contemporary & modern. Suited to new builds and older homes. 20 colours available in wood effect finishes. Built particularly to suit older, heritage properties. 23 colours available in wood effect finishes. Available in 15 standard colours and 42 different combinations of duel colour and finishes.
Energy efficiency All systems can achieve 1.2 with double glazing and our lowest is 0.74 with triple glazing. All systems can achieve 1.2 with double glazing and our lowest is 0.74 with triple glazing. Between 1.2 – 0.8 depending on whether you opt for double glazing or upgrade to triple glazing.
Maintenance Little to no maintenance Little to no maintenance Little to no maintenance
Security Glass is bonded to the sash to heighten its overall robustness. Fitted with a range of sophisticated locking features, like multi-point locks. Glass is bonded to the sash to heighten its overall robustness. Fitted with a range of sophisticated locking features, like multi-point locks. All Infinity windows feature multi-point locking systems as standard and are PAS24 accredited for their superior security credentials.

Timber effect windows in Wolverhampton & The Midlands

If you’re looking to adorn your home with the beauty and charm of timber windows, but with the practicality and low maintenance benefits of uPVC, contact us today to find out more about our timber effect Residence Collection and Infinity windows and talk to an expert in double glazing Wolverhampton.

 

 

 

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We’re a fully accredited and locally reputable company

At Wolverhampton Glass, you’ve got complete peace of mind as we are fully accredited by all the relevant regulatory bodies. We are a FENSA registered company and are also proud to offer a 10 year insurance backed guarantee on every installation as standard.

Over our 45 years, we’ve built up quite the local reputation too. Take a look at some of our recent customer reviews from homeowners across the Midlands.

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