Architects and Interior Designers share their thoughts on the door and window systems installed in their projects and their experience with the brand used
The Indian market for windows and doors is showing positive trends. Materials such as uPVC, aluminium, and even wood for windows and doors are finding many takers in both new and refurbished buildings. With the increasing emphasis on meeting green building standards and use of eco-friendly materials, manufacturers are offering windows that provide benefits such as energy efficiency, reduced noise and dust, thermal insulation, safety, lower maintenance, and better viewability of the outdoors. Recyclable and alternate materials like WPC for doors are seeing greater demand as compared to the traditional materials.
According to the architects, homeowners want simplicity, efficiency, and beauty in their windows and doors. There is a rising demand for well-designed windows and doors that provide safety, better lighting, sound insulation, and which enable lower energy consumption. With customers looking for premium quality products and customised options, manufacturers are innovating with new designs, colours and materials. Timely installation and post installation care and maintenance are also the prerequisites.
- MGS Architecture October 2019