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UPVC Maintenance Supplies

Welcome to UPVC Maintenance Supplies. Your one stop shop for all you need regarding UPVC window and door replacement, maintenance & repair. We work with many customers from all around the UK – and are able to service customers of all types – from the DIY expert to tradesmen (locksmiths, glaziers) to commercial bodies (national property maintenance organisations, builders’ merchants).

Your UPVC spares online by phone, or in person

Our comprehensive online shop covers our full range and orders are processed as soon as they are received during office hours. For added peace of mind please feel free to call us and we can talk you through your options; we can also help to source special order and obsolete parts.

If you’re in the area, why not call and see us? Our three trade counters are staffed by technical experts with significant industry experience and we are more than happy to help.

Same Day Dispactch

Our generous stock inventory means that we can supply those much-needed spare parts on same day despatch: enabling you to get on with the job as quickly as possible.

More than just a shop

Our technical expertise and many years of experience enables us to offer full guidance in the selection of your window and door spares; and we also offer fitting guides – have a look in our how to section for more information.

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Latest From The Blog

  • Product showcase – Window Restrictors

    With summer fast approaching and a heat wave being predicted, many householders face the unenviable task of trying to keep their houses at a comfortable temperature.

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  • Product showcase – door lockcases

    Many modern doors – whether timber, composite or UPVC in construction – make use of multipoint locking mechanisms.  This means that when the key is turned multiple locking points are thrown into the frame as an increased security mechanism.  If you have a timber door with a traditional mortice lock, it’s not a complex job to install a multipoint lock if you take your time.  If you need some extra guidance on this, please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Quite often, if your multipoint door lock starts to fail, it’s the lockcase itself that is responsible.  Whilst we sell the full multipoint door locks, we also sell replacement lockcases and in many instances this is the only piece that will need changing.

    The trickiest part is identifying the lockcase you need.  Your starting point should be the manufacturer, and you will usually find this stamped at some point on the metal strip of the full lock.  From that point there are various options to identify – what mechanisms are used, and how many are there, length, width depth… hopefully our guides on how to measure a lock gearbox and how to identify locking mechanisms will point you in the right direction, however please ring us or email us should you be at all unsure.

    We cover a comprehensive range of manufacturers and we would always recommend replacing your lockcase like for like.  There may however be some instances in which the lock is obsolete and in these instances your option is to replace the entire strip.  In these cases we can also provide guidance on how to measure a multipoint door lock in order to ensure you narrow your selection to the best possible match.

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  • Keeping Warm in Winter

    Keeping Warm in Winter

    December 2015 was unseasonably warm, however winter still has time to descend across the country and it’s at this time of year that patching draughts becomes an exercise in warming your house in an effort to reduce heating bills as well as making your home more cosy and welcoming.

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