There are only so many hours you can dedicate to scouring the internet within the day, and even then, it’s still not enough to keep track of all the content in our industry.
Problem is, you could be missing articles that will prove to be useful in the long run.
We know your time is precious, so we jumped down the online rabbit hole for you and compiled seven articles that are definitely worth the read:
This recently published article discusses the possibility of achieving energy efficiency in residential buildings, which includes using uPVC window frames. Do you think it’s possible?
Removing grime and mildew forming on the surface of windows is one of the main concerns of our end users. In the event of your clients asking this, you now have a list of materials they can use to easily clean their windows and doors.
Difficulties in finding what makes your client base tick? Brush up on the benefits of uPVC windows to stay on top of your game.
Straight from the horse’s mouth, you’ll surely find some of the author’s observations on point, especially if you’ve been in the industry for years.
Published on a Philippine construction site, you will see why uPVC is overtaking aluminum windows in our country’s context.
On a more global scale, take a look at India’s construction market, which was recently introduced to uPVC doors and windows similar to the Philippines. See trends and forecasts that may also be applicable to our industry.
United Kingdom faced an interesting dilemma a few years back: would you use uPVC windows in a period house or retain its original timber material? BBC also included selected user comments, debating the practicality of uPVC versus the preservation of the house’s historical integrity. What is your take on the issue?
Which of these articles did you find most interesting? Let us know in the comments!