In recent years, the demand for uPVC frames has increased due to their economic and ecological benefits. Manufacturers have cut down on production costs to make it more affordable but still give a high-quality product.
The cost of materials has increased due to a shortage of skilled workers. This is one of the main reasons why uPVC window and door prices have gone up by 5%.
Upper-grade polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) and double glazing are more expensive than other products.
This is because uPVC windows are heavier, meaning they need more materials to be used in production.
Another reason for the higher price of uPVC windows and doors is that these products are resistant to water and humidity, making them last longer.One of the main reasons is also that the profile they use for making uPVC products can make their price higher. If the company uses a local profile its cost will be lower. But if a company uses branded profile like Shroff Polycraft uses the uPVC profile that is imported from Germany it costs a higher price. But people always consider the price but I think they should consider the price with its brand. The quality of the product used. As if we will pay more it will last for more time. But, if we will pay less than every month there will be a headache of the maintenance cost, repairing cost etc. I think low quality cost higher price because every month there will be expenses which the customer has to bear up. It's better to buy a branded uPVC product and remain tension free for years.