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Interior Design

If you are decorating your home, building a new home, or are interested in interior decorating or interior designing, you may run into some decorating words that you may not know.

uPVC Windows & Doors

We offers world-class uPVC doors & windows to its customers by giving superior protection to their homes and offices.

Office Cubical

The office cubicle is a somewhat partitioned space for one or several workers in what is otherwise an unpartitioned and open building space for offices.

uPVC Windows & Doors

uPVC is based on polyvinyl chloride (PVC), one of the most versatile polymers found in the century. PVC today finds application in almost all facet of our life, from daily use to highly sophisticated life saving applications. This flexibility of PVC is leveraged through a unique formulation to prepare a special UPVC blend for windows and doors. uPVC (where ‘U’ stands for unplasticized) is one of the most preferred window framing material across the world. The material comes in a range of colour, is low maintenance and offers benefits which no material so far has matched. This has helped UPVC garner more than 50% market share in countries like UK, USA where it is also known as vinyl or vinyl siding.

CASEMENT WINDOWS

SLIDING WINDOWS

TOP HUNG WINDOWS

TILT & TURN WINDOWS

CASEMENT DOORS

SLIDING DOORS

SLIDING & FOLDING DOORS

LIFT & SLIDING DOORS

Office Cubical

In many companies, it has replaced the traditional individual office room or the large, unpartitioned space shared by many workers. The cubicle is intended to be a compromise that allows a certain amount of privacy, sound-proofing, and lack of distraction for the individual while at the same time encouraging a sense of collective space shared by all. The cubicle is also intended to be more cost-efficient.

Interior Designing

If you are decorating your home, building a new home, or are interested in interior decorating or interior designing, you may run into some decorating words that you may not know.

Some interior design words and acronyms are used to communicate precisely with architects, to display credentials, or to describe fabric and furniture.

Here is a small glossary of terms interior designers and interior decorators commonly use but you may not know.