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Aluminium Windows

If you want the ultimate modern performance and aesthetics, aluminium should be your window material of choice. Aluminium has a wealth of benefits including its sleek and slim appearance that looks particularly stunning in modern homes but also suits traditional properties. The thin frames allow more light to enter your home as well as giving you wide ranging views of your garden or surrounding countryside. If you want to dramatically transfer the exterior of your home, then aluminium is definitely the way to go.

What are aluminium windows?

Aluminium is favoured as a window material due to its strength and flexibility. Our high quality aluminium frames offer unparalleled security and durability. This innate strength allows for large panes of glass to be held and with the edge of the frame being as close as 50mm to the glass; you can take advantage of more views and less window. Naturally energy efficient, our windows can also incorporate Aerogel for impressive thermal performance utilised in spacesuits. This has the lowest thermal conductivity of any known solid material and Aerogel offers an impressive U-Value of 0.9 and an A++ Energy rating. The savings you could make on your energy bills will be out of this world. To further keep your home comfortable throughout the year, our windows feature a triple weather seal for extra protection against the elements.

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