uPVC windows

We expertly install a wide range of modern uPVC windows to suit every home & budget.

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uPVC windows you can trust

At Yorkshire Windows we are proud to be one of the best uPVC window installers in the region.

  • A+ energy ratings

    Our standard four chamber uPVC profile helps keep heat within your house.

  • Double & Triple glazing

    Available in 28mm double or 40mm triple glazing – capable of achieving a U-value of 0.8.

  • Enhanced security

    Our uPVC frames incorporate multi-point locking mechanisms and reinforced profiles.

  • Practical window openings

    Casement, tilt and turn, bay, bow, bi-fold and other custom uPVC window openings.

  • Woodgrains & colours

    An extensive range of traditional and contemporary colours. Plus, hundreds of RAL colours.

  • Long guarantees

    10 year warranty as standard with extendable warranties available on request.

There’s no job too big, or too small.

From replacing a single uPVC window, to upgrading all of your uPVC windows (and doors), we have the products and expertise to help you improve your home.

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A team of professional uPVC window fitters

Unlike many other companies that rely on subcontractors, we have a dedicated in-house team of experienced uPVC window fitters who have installed thousands of modern uPVC windows across Yorkshire and beyond.

They take pride in their work, so you can rest assured that your new uPVC windows will be expertly installed with minimal disruption.

Sealing a uPVC window

Our promise

  • A fair price, first time

    We don’t believe that you should have to ‘haggle’ when you have invited us into your home.

  • No seasonal sales

    You can be confident if you buy from us today you won't see our price cheaper the following week.

  • No pressure

    We will leave your quotation with you, so you can think it over, in your own time.

uPVC casement window

Stylish uPVC casement windows

Casement windows offer a timeless aesthetic appeal, making them a popular choice for most homes.

Their beautiful sightlines inside and out offer the perfect symmetry.

Our standard four chamber uPVC window profile can easily achieve an A+ rating, helping keep heat within your house and reduce your energy consumption.

Bow and Bay uPVC windows

Bow and Bay windows not only add distinction and character to your home – they add space too.

Consisting of either a beautifully arced shape, or a clean and modern rectangular shape, bow and bay uPVC windows are a fantastic option.

With a range of optional extras including Mock Sash Horns, Georgian and Astrical Bars you will be spoilt for choice.

White uPVC bow window

uPVC window styles

Along with our standard window openings we also offer a range of alternative practical window opening styles.

Wood effect uPVC windows

Our flush casement windows have traditional aesthetics produced in modern materials.

  • Anthracite uPVC flush sash window closeup

    70mm Flush sash uPVC windows

    The appearance of a traditional pre-1932 timber windows combined with 21st century thermal benefits.

  • White 80mm uPVC flush sash window closeup

    Double-rebated 80mm Flush sash uPVC window

    Engineered using traditional joinery techniques to achieve an authentic ‘timber replica’ window.

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Get in touch if you have a question about our uPVC windows.
Read our article 'How much do uPVC windows cost?'

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Dual colour Chartwell green windows

uPVC window frame colours

Our standard colour palettes and hundreds of Renolit colours provide the perfect choice for everyone. In addition, our woodgrain textures create the appearance of real wood without the hassle of maintenance.

Dual colours

Dual colours are also available for those looking for a unique look, with the option of both sides of your uPVC window frames coloured, or a clean white interior frame.

Popular uPVC window frame colours

  • Heritage white window frame
    Heritage white
  • Agate grey window frame
    Agate grey
  • Chartwell green window frame
    Chartwell green
  • Irish oak window frame
    Irish oak
  • Golden oak window frame
    Golden oak
  • Anthratic window frame

More about uPVC window frame colours.

Energy efficient double or triple glazing

Your uPVC window frames can contain a range of glazing, including 28mm double or 40mm triple glazing – capable of achieving a U-value of 0.8W/m2K for maximum thermal efficiency and noise reduction.

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    Double glazing

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    Triple glazing

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    Georgian / Leaded

  • Patterned glass

    Glass effects & patterns

  • Toughened glass icon

    Toughened or laminated

The installation was perfect, and the whole job from start to finish has been completely stressless (for us!). I think you can gather that we are extremely pleased with the final product and the fitting.

Mr G Hamilton

10 Year Guarantee

10 year warranty as standard with extendable warranties available on request.

We take pride in being among the first companies of our type to provide our customers with the manufacturer's guarantee, supported by Corgi.

This unique offering ensures that even in the rare event of any unforeseen circumstances affecting our business, your product warranty remains intact, providing you with absolute peace of mind.

uPVC window FAQs

What’s the difference between uPVC and PVCu?

uPVC and PVCu are the same material - un-plasticised Polyvinyl Chloride. The only difference is the order of the letters in the abbreviation.

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is used to make flexible items like faux-leather clothing and electric cable insulation. This material is flexible because it has a plasticising agent added to it.

The ‘u’ in uPVC (and PVCu) stands for ‘un-plasticised’. Meaning the plastic hasn’t been softened by adding a plasticising agent. This is a perfect material for windows and doors.

In the UK many people use the term uPVC, however in the 1980s manufacturers adopted the European naming convention - PVCu.

What are the benefits of uPVC windows?

uPVC windows are cheaper to purchase and install than aluminium or timber windows. uPVC windows also offer better energy saving and lower maintenance costs.

The main benefits are:

Energy efficiency: uPVC window frames are excellent insulators, helping to reduce heat loss during the winter and heat gain during the summer. This can lead to significant energy savings and a more comfortable indoor environment.

Durability: uPVC is a durable material that is resistant to rot, corrosion, and pests. Unlike wooden frames, uPVC frames do not warp, crack, or peel, ensuring they maintain their structural integrity over time.

Low maintenance: uPVC window frames require minimal maintenance. They do not need to be painted or stained and can be easily cleaned with soapy water, making them a low-cost and hassle-free option.

Weather-resistant: uPVC frames are highly weather-resistant, even in harsh climates. They can withstand exposure to sunlight, rain, and wind without deteriorating, making them suitable for various environments.

Noise reduction: The excellent insulation properties of uPVC frames not only help with energy efficiency but also contribute to noise reduction, creating a quieter and more peaceful indoor environment.

Security: uPVC frames are strong and sturdy, providing enhanced security for your home. Our uPVC windows come with multi-point locking systems, making them more secure against potential intruders.

Aesthetics: uPVC window frames come in various styles, colors, and finishes, offering flexibility in design to complement your home's aesthetics. Whether you prefer a traditional or modern look, uPVC frames can cater to your preferences.

Recyclable: uPVC is a recyclable material, which means that old frames can be recycled and used to produce new products, reducing environmental impact.

Cost-effective: uPVC window frames are generally more affordable than other materials, such as wood or aluminum. When considering their durability, low maintenance, and energy efficiency, they can be a cost-effective long-term investment.

How do I clean a uPVC window frame?

Our uPVC windows simply need an occasional wipe with a soft cloth or sponge and warm soap to keep them looking like new.

How long will a uPVC window last?

uPVC windows are a great long term solution with an average lifespan of up to 35 years.

A cheaper uPVC frame will be more likely to warp than a good quality frame and if the frames are not installed correctly they will become damp and draughty.

Are uPVC windows eco-friendly?

Our uPVC windows are 100% lead-free. They are produced in a zero operational wastage facility in the UK. Each uPVC frame is 100% recyclable and can be recycled up to 10 times. This gives each window an estimated lifespan of 350 years.

We also use Ecomax glazing the most sustainable, environmentally friendly glass unit on the market.

Learn more about our approach to sustainability.