Orion recognised this clamour for more colour years ago and began offering a very wide-ranging set of coloured UPVC window finishes (11 of them in total) separately from our traditional white colour. Since then, we’ve seen coloured UPVC windows really take off, with sales of Chartwell Green, Grey Blue and Rustic Cherry windows rising steeply.
What makes them so popular isn’t just how different they are to your ordinary white colour, but how they also have an authentic woodgrain foil, something that could easily make you mistake these coloured UPVC window designs for wooden windows.
Not colourful enough for you? That’s ok, as we can also give you access to aluminium windows and with them, an entire spectrum of colour for you to choose from.
Pick out any colour from the RAL colour chart and we can colour match our aluminium windows to the exact finish you want. We apply all colours to our aluminium window frames using an 11-stage process, a method that is proven to make them last and not fade over time.
With so many potential colours available for our UPVC and aluminium windows, it can feel like an impossible job trying to settle on just one of them, but you don’t have to.
You could opt for a dual-finish, with one colour on one side of the frame, and another colour on the opposite side. Base your colour choices on what you know for certain will complement the interior and exterior of your home.
To keep these coloured frames glistening, you don’t need a paintbrush, just a wet cloth to wipe away any traces of the weather.
Supplied with our industry-leading 20 year guarantee, you can rely on our coloured UPVC and aluminium windows to add long-term loveliness to your home. Ask for a FREE quote to be delivered to you.
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