Lingel uPVC Windows and Doors

Karl Lingel Fensterbau GmbH & Co.KG was established in 1959 in Ellwangen, a small town in Germany and since then Lingel is one of the leading manufacturers of high quality doors and windows in Europe. Having a sound background in building-construction projects, Lingel also provides the cutting edge in technology and services. We at Lingel believe that our products have important roles to play in helping improve people’s lives and conserve energy in a world that is growing in population, with ever-increasing demands for water, food, shelter, sanitation, energy, health servicesand economic security. We are very proud of the individual approach that we set in motion almost 50 years ago to help us meet the challenges of sustainable development. This is now well underway and delivering real progress worldwide. We at Lingel believe that our products are an extraordinary combination of style, elegance and quality which is considered perfect for your abode. These windows are ideally fitted for the country as it sees a huge variation in its climatic conditions including extreme winters, extreme summers and heavy monsoons. Free professional consultation followed by a quotation Free project planning and design consultations Specialized site inspections and site supervision are free of charge. Lingel Company is dedicated to provide you the best solutions that are high on standards, at very affordable rates. Our products & customers speak our language.Our strength is our turn-around time since we work with different projects according to the demand and the need of customers. We update ourselves every moment to be at par with the advancement that happen in window/door Technology. By doing so, we are able to pass on the benefits of “being technically-advanced” to our customers. Lingel Company in India has installed a variety of high-tech machines from Germany, this together with our skilled technicians, who have been trained in Germany, ensures the high quality of all our products for which we give you an unconditional guarantee against manufacturing defects. This investment is to build a trusting relationship with our customers. In addition to supplying the Window and Door Systems, we can also install them at your place with our own team of technicians.

 Fixed windows Window that cannot be opened. Its function is limited to allowing light to enter.


Casement windows Casement windows are window with a hinged sash that swings in or out like a door comprising either a side-hung.


Sliding windows Window that open by sliding horizontally.


Tilt and Slide windows Window where the sash tilts inwards at the top and then slides horizontally behind the fixed pane. 0e328533-3274-4fec-9f22-8d1357e46d69

Tilt and Turn windows Windows that can either tilt inwards at the top, or can open inwards hinged at the side. 03fefb2d-3809-4095-8e0b-2e94f21ffd37 French Door A French door is a door that has multiple windows (“lights”) set into it, the full length of the door. Traditional French doors are assembled from individual small pieces of glass and mullions.


Advantages of uPVC windows and doors:

Heat Reduction | Sound Insulation | Durability and Maintenance free | Eco Friendliness With well-targeted measures, you can exploit great energy saving potentials. Naturally, German profiles comply with the legal thermal insulation requirements for new buildings and renovation projects. And even the requirements of the new Energieeinsparverordnung (EnEV) [The German Energy Savings Regulation] are easily met.  

Frequently asked questions

What Is a uPVC?

uPVC stands for unplasticized polyvinyl chloride, a material used in the manufacture of a range of products including windows, doors and conservatories. Standard PVC products are made from raw materials present in salt, petroleum and natural gas. uPVC products use the same ingredients but do not have chemicals, known as plasticizers, added to them during the construction process. Substance uPVC in its pure form is not suitable for use in windows. Additives and stabilizers need to be added to the raw ingredients to stabilize the ingredients, making it possible to use the substance to manufacture windows. The type of and quantity of stabilizers added varies depending on the window manufacturer. Maintenance Durability is a key strength of uPVC, which is why it is commonly used in fixtures that need to last for several decades, such as internal pipes and windows. uPVC windows are not subject to warping, chipping or peeling as are many wooden windows. uPVC windows are also relatively low maintenance, requiring only an occasional clean to keep them in prime condition. According to the Building Research Establishment research organization, a window constructed from uPVC should last around 35 years before it needs replacing. Insulation uPVC also provides tight window seals and low conductivity, meaning it insulates the home in a very efficient way. They are similar to double-glazed windows, as they have dual layers of material, increasing their insulation properties. This can result in substantial savings on energy bills, especially during the winter months.  

How to Clean uPVC Windows and Doors?

uPVC windows are easily cleaned and maintained. uPVC windows are cleaned with water and vinegar mixed in a sprayer. Un-plasticized Polyvinyl Chloride, or uPVC, is a rigid and chemically resistant plastic used often in window and door frames. uPVC windows and doors are made to last longer than wood, provide better insulation and clean easily. uPVC is also more resistant to extreme weather and dampness, and uPVC windows are generally double paned, offering more savings in the form of less energy loss. These products are easily cleaned; do not use any harsh abrasives.

Things You’ll Need:

-Broom or vacuum

-White vinegar

-Spray bottle

-we can clean it by using petrol also and use only white colour cloth. Do not use any other coloured cloth

-while rubbing with petrol.

Instructions to maintain uPVC Windows and Doors

1. Open the windows and doors. Sweep or vacuum out all the tracks and grooves to eliminate loose dirt and buildup. Close the windows and doors.

2. Mix 1 cup white vinegar with 4 cups hot water in a large spray bottle.

3. Spray at the window or door frame and glass. Leave on for two minutes.

4. Wipe with a clean, damp cloth.

5. Apply a PVC gloss to the window or door frame, using a small paintbrush or sponge according to product instructions, to restore original shine.

6. Wipe out excess product using a damp paper towel and dry the window or door frame according to gloss product instructions.

7. Clean the window or door glass with a glass cleaner. Wipe using paper towels.

8. Repeat for all other uPVC windows and doors requiring cleaning.

Tips & Warnings for uPVC products Substitute lemon juice for white vinegar. Baking soda on a damp piece of cloth also cleans uPVC. When cleaning uPVC windows and doors, do not use detergents or scouring pads as they may scratch the uPVC.