The Lithuanian project is an architectural style that was popular in Lithuania in the 1950s and 1960s and was used in the construction of apartment buildings. If you live in this style of building and are considering replacing your windows, uPVC windows are the perfect choice.
PVC windows are characterized by high strength, durability, corrosion resistance and do not require complicated maintenance. They have a low coefficient of thermal conductivity, which reduces heating costs, and also provide high sound insulation.
When replacing windows in Lithuanian project buildings, it is important to choose the right window profile that will match the architectural style of the building. Some manufacturers offer special window profiles that imitate the classic shapes of the Lithuanian project, such as large panoramic windows or original semi-circular shapes.
In addition, the choice of color and window finish is also of great importance. uPVC windows can be made in a variety of colors and finishes such as wood texture or smooth surface.
If you want to replace windows in a Lithuanian project building, contact professional PVC window manufacturers who will help you choose the right window profile and color scheme, as well as provide high-quality installation. PVC windows will help preserve the authenticity of the building and provide high heat and sound insulation, which will create a comfortable living space.