Why Aluminium Windows and Doors are a Good Investment

8 August 2022

Why Aluminium Windows and Doors are a Good Investment

Strong and secure

The stronger your windows and doors are, the more secure your house remains. Aluminium frames are thermal broken between the glass and the frame to maintain strength. The strength and durability of aluminium means, it is a reliable material for many commercial projects; such as flat blocks and schools.

Stylish

Despite how lightweight aluminium is, it is remarkably strong. This allows aluminium to remain as slim as possible, whilst still secure holding large panes of glass. The nature of the material and its ability to remain slim is a reason why so many people use it for their windows and doors, as it is timelessly stylish and a modern feel. Without the bulky frames, your window and its glass can be the centre focus, allowing maximum light into your home. Aluminium is painted using durable powder coating, which allows you to choose from a vast range of colour, to match any style of house.

Easy to Maintain

The care needed to maintain and take care of aluminium windows and doors, due to its robust nature; it mainly comes from how well you keep it clean. The powder coated finish, not only gives your windows and doors a unique colour but also protects the aluminium surface beneath, so if you give it a wipe down every few months, you aluminium windows and doors will last 30-40 years.

Energy Efficiency

With the rise in heating and electricity costs, the thermal efficiency of your windows and doors has never been more important. The design of aluminium frames contain thermal breaks – the engineered gaps that trap air to prevent heat loss. Accordingly, aluminium doors and windows tend to have very good thermal properties, helping to insulate your property even in the slimmest frames. In addition, aluminium is highly stable, meaning it does not expand or contract as temperatures change, making it great for weather resistance.

Long-lasting

Aluminium is resistant to corrosion, running no risk of warping or rotting. Aluminium is worth the investment, as it will still look as good as new many years down the line. The addition of colour powder coating process, allows the aluminium frames to remain durable, with no risk or chipped paint or scratches.

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