A comfortable life, free from stress and problems, entails a resolved issue when it comes to joinery in your home.


PVC joinery positions itself as an ideal choice because, with the help of it, you will create a pleasant, comfortable living space, you will gain aesthetics and save on your heating bills.

And when you add easy maintenance and longevity to it, the choice is obvious, isn’t it?

PVC profiles have a greater potential for energy saving that any other material for the construction of windows. PVC materials offer a wide range of possibilities for making a plethora of profiles, they are persistent and resistant to atmospheric influences. For the making of PVC joinery, we use UV stabilized PVC profiles with a system of air chambers that reflect duration, almost limitless color-fastness, and excellent caulking and insulation features, regardless of climate conditions. The windows get their firmness out of zinced, steal profiles that do not deform geometrically and do not rust. The maintenance is very simple - these windows don’t require any additional protection or renovation.



In the production of PVC joinery, we use German INOUTIC profiles with 5 chambers, ARCADE 6 chambers, PRESTIGE, and Greek ETEM profiles with 5 chambers Q72.


ARCADE five chamber profile’s width is 7, the frame height is 73mm, and window wing height is 81mm.
The steel frame and wings strengthening is 1.5 mm.
The fillings capacity ranges from 24mm to 40mm.
The heat transfer coefficient is Uf=1.3 W/m2K


PRESTIGE six chamber profile’s width is 76 mm, the frame height is 85mm, window wing height is 84 mm and it has 3 gasket rubbers. The steel frame and wings strengthening is 1.5mm. The fillings capacity ranges from 24mm to 40mm. Up to 40 different color palettes will fit anyone’s taste. The heat transfer coefficient is Uf=1.3 W/m2K

EFORTE six chamber profile’s width is 84mm, it has 3 gasket rubbers.
The steel frame and wings strengthening is 2mm. The fillings capacity ranges from 24mm to 56mm. Combined with a triple layered glass, it provides for a heat transfer of at least 85 W/m2K, and, with its basic setting including a triple layered glass, it is standard for passive houses.
The heat transfer coefficient is Uf=0.95 W/m2K

ETEM Q72 five chamber profile’s width is 72mm, frame height is 65mm, and wings height is 77mm. The steel frame and wings strengthening is 1.5mm. The fillings capacity ranges from 24mm to 34mm. The profiles’ appearance may be that of a wood décor, which would put the design of the premises on a higher level.

The heat transfer coefficient is Uf=1.3 W/m2K.

For the caulking of joinery, we use German ROTO NT products, and Slovenian ARX products.
The glass that we standardly use are packages of thermal insulated, low-emissive, double layered glass 4 float+ 16 + 4 + 4CGP filled with Argon Ug=1.1 W/m2K, and triple layered 4CGS + 12 +4 float + 14 + 4CGP filled with Argon Uf= 0.7 W/m2K.
Other types of glass may be assembled as well.