My Journey to the Best Window Solution!

I recently moved into my parental home in Delhi which was constructed almost 20 years back with my family. The house bought all the nostalgic feelings of my childhood, the house is still the same, same furniture, same colour schemes and interior except the all-time noise that keeps coming from the heavy traffic thanks to…

Introducing CORA uPVC Windows and Doors

uPVC, un-plasticized polyvinyl chloride is a development material that is adorned on the grounds that it does not decay under extreme climatic conditions such as heavy rains or exposure to the sun light, unlike wooden windows. This material is broadly utilized in building doors, windows, pipes and guttering. It is typically reinforced with galvanized Iron,…

CORA Windows: Excelling the Art of Window Making

The boom in the fenestration industry is directly related to growth in the real estate industry and that is just the beginning of uPVC windows and doors. The segment has been exponentially growing for over a decade now and provided mounting enthusiasm of individuals towards uPVC windows in India, the segment is bound to offer…

Decoding What & Why of uPVC

The modern era that we are living in is all about class & comfort. Home is one basic element of our life’s and like everything else even they should be designed keeping me mind convenience and class. The most important element of a home is not it’s layout but windows and doors. A rightly done…

Security Concern? Worry No More!

Windows and doors are no longer just openings, they are an integral part of your interiors. With the growing awareness on ecological balance and innovation of new Fenestration material more and more people are shifting from wood to uPVC windows. The growing demand of uPVC windows is forcing the uPVC window manufacturers to come up…

5 reasons why uPVC is a better fenestration material

You must have heard the buzz on this thing called uPVC and how it is better than other fenestration materials. But what exactly is uPVC? Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride, commonly called uPVC, is made by removing plasticizers from PVC. This gives uPVC its characteristic strength. So how does that benefit you?   Well, here are 5…