Black, bronze, woody ... Now the frames are part of the decoration and are produced with the most cost-effective material.
Until recently, the frames were limited to materials such as aluminum and wood, but the industry of this indispensable segment in architecture has evolved and innovated. The trend now is PVC window frames - laminated with an ultra tough film and detail, with variations in texture and color to match the decor of the room.
Unesa, attentive to the needs of the globalized market, developed and launched some equipment to have a perfect lamination in the PVC frames, be it wood, bronze, black, etc.
In events such as the 24th CasaCor ES, the visitor goes around the event and does not realize that the frames are PVC, but realizes that everything is in perfect harmony. These are details that make all the difference and create beyond the visual harmony, a delicious sense of well-being.
"The PVC frame is very common in Europe and North America. A material widely used in 90% of buildings abroad and is gaining strength here in Brazil. From 10 years here, the demand for them has grown more than 70% "according to research. The PVC frame becomes a complement to architecture and not the other way around as it once was.
Wood, PVC, black, bronze, etc. It perfectly matched the market need, which are strong, easy-to-clean, temperature- and noise-resistant products, often called autoimmune.
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