So you’re considering new windows and doors for your home, and have heard of the many benefits of uPVC as a material. Quite often we find that our customers haven’t had any experience with uPVC before, as although it is the most popular and widely used material in Europe and the US, it is still not very common here in Australia, with aluminium and wood still being the go-to choices.

At Integra, we have taken the time to include as much information about our exceptional product range online, including information such as available styles, colours, thermal efficiency, soundproofing technology and how double glazing works. But many are still put off at the thought of a ‘plastic’ looking window, as often the misconception of uPVC is.

Windows & Door Styles
Our showroom gives you the chance to see our windows and doors in real life. Aesthetically, this means that you can see different uPVC colours for yourself, to determine if it would indeed suit the style of your property. With so many choices, from the more traditional white uPVC frame to a wood look or even a dark grey (replicating aluminium or metal style), you will really be surprised at how good this material looks. And on top of looking good, the benefits of uPVC far outweigh its competition (low maintenance, energy-efficient, environmentally friendly).

We have a range of windows and doors for you to view to get a real idea of the versatility of this material and how it can work in your home.

Double Glazing – Understanding The Technology

We can write pages and pages of content explaining how double glazing works, but nothing is better than an actual person being able to talk you through this, using real examples to show you how this revolutionary technology can add so many benefits to your home. Let the experts show you how the double glazing you see in pictures actually looks inside of a window frame, and how it all works towards providing a more efficient and safe solution for your home or workplace.

So Many Options…

If this is your first time shopping for windows, you may not be aware of the different window styles and options that are available. Do you want awning windows or sliding windows for your home? Do bifold doors really look as good as you think they do? By visiting our showroom you can see in real life the different window and door options that you can have for your home, and our team can show you the individual functionality of each type, as they all have different mechanisms. Not only that, the options of combinations for your home are really endless, and our team can help guide you towards making the right choices that would suit your space, saving you time and money in the long run.

No Pressure

Okay so you’re interested, but the last thing you want is to be followed around by pushy salespeople. We hate that too. Our team are there if you want to talk, or can take a step back if you simply want to look around. They are on hand to answer any questions you may have, demonstrate how anything works, but will not push our product onto you, it’s just not our style.

And if you are looking to take things further and the visit to the showroom was a step towards a decision, our friendly team will be able to provide you with a complimentary, no-obligation quote for the supply, and installation if that is also required, of your windows and doors. Again with no pressure, we like to provide our customers with as much information as possible before making such a large purchasing decision and understand that these things take time.

We’d love to see you in our showroom soon. Our showroom is conveniently located in Alexandria (2015) in the heart of Sydney, with plenty of free parking available close by and plenty of public transport if you’re heading here without a car. Give our team a call today if you have any questions or contacthttps://integrawindows.com.au/contact-us/ us online.


Submit an online quote enquiry and we’ll be in touch and discuss the quote in more detail. Once all the relevant project details are obtained, we will be able to provide you with a final detailed quote.