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Find Your Dream Door

Whether you are looking for the grand 10 ft balcony doors or fully functional internal doors, Technowin offers a range of beautiful designs, perfect to incorporate in any space. The clean designs, while offering beautiful views also provide improved ventilation and better aesthetic appeal.

uPVC doors by Technowin, the leading uPVC Doors Manufacturer in Kerala, are designed to transform your space while keeping it secured against noise, dust, rain, pollution and rising energy costs.

Casement Doors
Sliding Doors
Slide & Fold Doors
Coloured Doors

What is the difference between PVC and uPVC doors?

The fundamental difference between PVC doors and uPVC doors is that unlike PVC doors, there is no plasticizer added in the uPVC doors. Known for their durability and superior appearance, uPVC doors are the best fit for the home’s entry and inside doors.

Doors made from uPVC are stronger and more durable than most other doors. If you look at a wooden door or frame, you’ll see that it can warp or even start to rot with moisture and regular changes in weather and temperature. uPVC doesn’t do this.

Typically lasting around 20 years, which can vary between 10-35 years depending on the quality and upkeep.

Which is better uPVC or PVC?

uPVC is more durable as compared to PVC. PVC is not environmentally friendly because it contains toxic products like Phthalates and BPA whereas uPVC is a fully environmentally friendly product. 

PVC doors vs uPVC doors:       


While uPVC manufacturing process enhances the resistance to UV rays, PVC doors are known to degrade when exposed to harsh sunlight for extended periods. This is where uPVC doors have an edge over PVC doors. The doors made of uPVC material don’t fade, discolour or become brittle and are sunlight friendly.


While both PVC doors and uPVC doors are made of a light-weight material, uPVC doors are better in terms of strength, owing to their inbuilt multi-point locking system.


uPVC doors are more durable and better equipped for withstanding all weather conditions and seasons.


PVC doors are not compatible to install new hardware like locks or handles. Since they are made of brittle vinyl, the doors can crack easily. uPVC doors are designed to not face a similar issue.


uPVC doors are more safe and secure than PVC doors. It is because uPVC doors have a galvanized steel core which coupled with durable locking system makes the doors highly secure.


uPVC doors last for about 30 years and have a slightly longer lifespan than PVC doors. The longevity of uPVC doors also makes them a one-time investment solution.