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Swing windows from Velux - types & pricesIf it should be something special, high quality is usually desired. So even when it comes to the purchase of new swing windows Velux.
Velux products, in particular, know that quality and first-class workmanship are always a priority. However, the selection is still not always easy, because the range is very diverse in this context. There are numerous types of swing windows for every requirement, every need, so that well-founded, expert advice is in any case of fundamental importance.
Better not to save at the wrong end
Create rooms and expect first-class: Modern swing windows from Velux are equipped with a so-called top control, which helps to create space in front of the window area for furniture, without affecting the ease of use. The practical grip bar, which allows easy opening and closing, also scores points. And without, that you have to bend over it awkward.
Even insect-free and dirt-particle-free ventilation is now conceivable thanks to the integrated ventilation flap. Even the modern housewife may be happy, because the centrally embedded window sash
ensures a full swivel range, which in turn guarantees a safe and comfortable cleaning of the disc - even from the outside.
Swinging windows made of wood or plastic
The high-quality swing windows from Velux are made entirely of plastic or plastic
Wood available. It is also worth knowing that even solar and electric windows made of wood or plastic are offered, which can be operated simply by pressing a button. The so-called GGU plastic windows consist of a wood core with seamless plastic coating and are particularly well suited for rooms where moisture is expected (for example in the bathroom).
Starting at around 320 euros, these are easy to maintain windows. The lacquered, natural pine wood windows of Velux (GGL) are available from 263 euros. They are almost predestined for rooms that are supposed to radiate comfort and cosiness. Electric windows, which should offer even more living comfort, are optimally suited for new and roof extensions.
Their acquisition costs are - as of July 2011 - to about 702 euros. The solar windows from Velux, on the other hand, cost € 797 and convince the discerning homeowner with their wireless solar technology.