PAKSCO UPVC - windows

PAKSCO offer a range of stylishenergy efficient windows to compliment your aesthetic interiors and graceful exteriors with a high gloss finish, slim sight lines and the highest possible thermal and acoustic performance. Our UPVC window systems include; casement windows, bay windows,windows that tilt and turn and heritage stylesliding sash windows in various wooden hues.

Casements Windows

PAKSCO Casement Windows

The casement window opens inwards or outwards with the help of a sash that is fixed on outer frame. The design can vary from fixed, side hung or top hung. Pakscooffers customizable range of Casement windows depending on size, wind load, insulation and design requirements.

Slider Windows

PAKSCO Sliding Windows

The sliding window is made up of two (or more) sashes that slide horizontally, to the left or right, on tracks. The sliding window can be made

Combination Windows

PAKSCO Combination Windows

Combinations windows are available in different sizes and designs for your homes and offices. We can easily install window in your large rooms. Our window are used to increase the flow of natural lights into your building room as well as provide great views of the outside that would be unavailable with an ordinary window. Windows are available in different sizes and designs.
PAKSCO combination windows are available in several designs and Paksco Windows are available in different sizes and designs. You can choose combination windows in different Styles and with different Glasses.

Fixed Windows

PAKSCO Fixed Windows

Fixed windows as the name implies, do not have operable sash or vents. The glazing is installed directly into the main frame members. Because there are no operable parts, these windows do incredibly well for air and water performance.
Our fixed window series are designed to complement our operable window lines or be used separately for areas not requiring ventilation.

Bay Windows

PAKSCO Bay Windows

Bay window, window formed as the exterior expression of a bay within a structure, a bay in this context being an interior recess made by the outward projection of a wall. The purpose of a bay window is to admit more light than would a window flush with the wall line.
The Bay window may be rectangular, polygonal, or arc-shaped. If the last, it may be called a bow window. There has been a continuing confusion between bay and bow windows. Bay window is the older term and has become the generic form. A bay window is also called an oriel, or oriel window, when it projects from an upper story and is supported by corbels.