pvc suppliers belfast

PVC Suppliers Belfast

PVC Suppliers Belfast

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If you are looking for PVC suppliers in Belfast, you have come to the right place! If you are considering any PVC based home improvement solutions in Belfast or across Nothern Ireland, check out Value Home Solutions (VHS) first. We have one of the widest ranges of this popular, maintenance-free building and home improvement material.

VHS is one of Northern Ireland’s largest suppliers and installers of; PVC fascia, soffit and guttering, PVC windows and doors, conservatories and conservatory roofs, maintenance-free bathroom wall panels, bathroom refurbishments and sanitary ware products and fully fitted kitchens and appliances.

Why go through the trouble, stress and mess involved with ‘doing it yourself’? Let the specialists do it right the first time and we also guarantee all of our work as well! VHS believes in doing the job right and making it hassle-free for our customers.

A lot of our customers ask us many different questions about PVC, is it safe, durable, easy to clean etc? So we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked topics below to give you the peace of mind that PVC is a leading material for all types of home improvement projects. If we have missed anything, or you would like to discuss further, call us on 028 9076 7108, we are always happy to help!

Some of the benefits of PVC products:

Strong and lightweight – PVC products are resistant, lightweight, with good mechanical strength and toughness. These are the key technical benefits and the reason for its popularity in building and construction applications.

Easy to install – PVC can be easily cut, shaped, welded and joined on-site, in a variety of styles. PVC’s lightness and ease of handling reduces the difficulty of manual cutting.

Durable – PVC is very resistant to weathering, rotting and corrosion, shock and abrasion. It is, therefore, the preferred choice for many different outdoor products where long life spans are expected. In fact, medium and long-term applications account for some 85 per cent of PVC production in the building and construction sector.

For example, it is estimated that more than 75 per cent of PVC pipes will have a lifetime in excess of 40 years with potential in-service lives of up to 100 years. In other applications such as window profiles and cable insulation, studies indicate that over 60 per cent of them will also have working lives of over 40 years.

Cost-effective – PVC has been a popular material for construction applications for decades due to its physical and technical properties which provide excellent cost-performance advantages. As a material it is very competitive in terms of price, this value is also enhanced by the properties such as its durability, lifespan and low maintenance.

Safe material – PVC is non-toxic. It is a safe material and a socially valuable resource that has been used for more than half a century. It meets all international standards for safety and health for both the products and applications for which it is used.

Fire-resistant – Like all other organic materials used in buildings, including other plastics, wood, textiles etc., PVC products will burn when exposed to a fire. PVC products, however, are self-extinguishing. So in other words, if the ignition source is withdrawn they will stop burning. Because of its high chlorine content, PVC products have great fire safety characteristics. In practical terms, this means that they are difficult to ignite, heat production is comparatively low and they tend to char rather than generate flaming droplets.

With over 30 year’s experience, Value Home Solutions welcome the opportunity to visit your home for a free design consultation to accurately measure up, discuss the options available and then provide you with an accurate quote that we will stand over.

Contact Value Home Solutions today on 028 9076 7108 or via email on hello@vhsni.com


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