Aluminium offers great strength and durability for windows; It is the strongest viable material, cheap to buy, and also fully recyclable. It gives your build a sleek, modern look that will last for up to 30 years before it needs to be replaced. Furthermore, you can order the aluminium frames in almost any colour and size, which gives you greater flexibility when it comes to the look of your build. With all these benefits, it is clear to us why we chose to form our business around it! We offer a wide range of aluminum windows for both homes and commerce. Contemporary styles for modern builds are available with U-values as low as 0.71W/m²K. Additionally, we can supply you with replacement windows for listed buildings in accordance with planning restraints. Our frames come with the option of thermal breaks and we also offer double and secondary glazing.
Casement windows are a type of window that is attached to the wall by one or more hinges. These are available with either side or top hinges, so that you have the option of an upwards or sideways swingout. It is a simple but popular style that is great for the majority of projects. We offer our aluminium casement windows in any RAL colour to suit your desired colour scheme, and we have energy saving options available. The following windows are suitable for casement layouts:
Tilt and turn windows, as the name suggests, can be tilted from the bottom or turned from the side. This fun and versatile layout allows for amazing ventilation control. It also makes cleaning your windows much easier, as they open inwards. We offer our aluminum tilt and turn windows in any RAL colour to suit your desired colour scheme, and we have energy saving options available. The following windows are suitable for tilt and turn layouts:
Overswing windows attach to hinged brackets, which allow the window to be swung wide open. This is ideal for those who want to maximise airflow. This particular system is a good replacement for curtain walling, as you can still access the window whilst achieving a similar look to a curtain wall. We offer our aluminium overswing windows in any RAL colour to suit your desired colour scheme, and we have energy saving options available. The following windows are suitable for overswing layouts:
Pivot windows, as the name suggests, pivot on one axis from the centre of the frame. This allows the window to tilt fully outwards and therefore give maximum ventilation to a room. This type of window is more often seen in roofs, but is also just as good for a wall. We offer our aluminium pivot windows in any RAL colour to suit your desired colour scheme, and we have energy saving options available. The following windows are suitable for pivot layouts:
Sliding windows are a good option for those who would like a quicker, easier way to open their windows. The sliding layout also helps to save space and so this is perfect for narrow corridors and walkways. Because you can only operate one window at a time, this option is best for those who do not always need window access. We offer our aluminium sliding windows in any RAL colour to suit your desired colour scheme, and we have energy saving options available. The following windows are suitable for sliding layouts:
We can supply you with replica replacement windows for heritage and listed buildings. This window system meets the exact requirements of Document L 2010, and is available in a variety of colours, including metallic and dual colour. We also offer different finishes, such as textured and anodised effects, as well secondary glazing. The following windows are suitable for listed buildings:
Double glazing adds an extra layer of glass between the inside and outside of a property, therefore insulating it more effectively. However, if you would like to keep your current windows, then there is another option that is less intrusive. Secondary glazing involves adding a second, slimmer window to a pre-existing window. This method is perfect for period or heritage buildings, and has similar benefits to double glazing. The following windows are suitable for double glazed or secondary glazed layouts:
Thermally broken aluminium windows add even more insulation to a building. This new technology adds a thermal ‘break’ that does not conduct heat to the inside of the aluminium frame, which then drastically limits the amount of heat lost through the window. Combining this system with our double glazing ensures that you will have optimum insulation through your windows. We offer our thermally broken aluminium windows in any RAL colour to suit your desired colour scheme. The following windows are suitable for thermally broken layouts:
If you would like to arrange a quote, or have any questions regarding our aluminum windows, please contact us here.