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Wood & Aluminium Windows
What is Aluminum Clad Wood Windows?
Is Aluminum Clad Better than Vinyl?
Are Aluminum Clad Windows Good?
Advantages of Aluminium Windows
- Easy to maintain
- Sustainability for many decisions
- Thermal efficiency
Which windows is better Wood or Aluminum?
Why Aluminum-Clad Wood Windows?
Aluminum-Clad Wood Window Benefits
Customize your aluminum clad wood windows to complement your home. Choose from a variety of window styles to find the best fit. Create a stunning arrangement by combining multiple window styles. Further customize the look of your window with a variety of paint and stain options. If you want to know more about aluminum clad wood windows you click here.
Our aluminum-clad wood windows offer great thermal efficiency and interior comfort. Wood is a non-conductive material which helps keep the cold/heat out and maintain a consistent temperature within the home. Our aluminum-clad windows come standard with Low- E glass and can be ordered to meet ENERGY STAR requirements for your area.
Aluminum-clad windows offer the traditional look of wood with the strength of extruded aluminum. They provide excellent structural integrity for a lifetime of dependable performance. The extruded aluminum frame protects the wood window from harsh weather and damage from insects and decay. It’s also dent-resistant.
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Frequently Asked Questions
They are affordable:
Aluminum windows are much efficient than other window frames. For example, wooden frames can cost much more than aluminum windows and need more protection. Plastic frames such as uPVC are cheaper than aluminum but uPVC frames can lose their quality over time.
They are Durable:
You can use Aluminum windows for 40 years. The reason is that Aluminum is very resistant to outdoor elements in compare to other frames, this cause Aluminum windows to be usable for a longer period of time. Aluminum has also a high strength-to-weight-ratio which mean they won’t dent easily.
They are easy to maintain:
Aluminum windows are easy to take care of. You can clean the glass and frames every 2-4 month quickly and easily. This will help to remove the dirt and keep the windows look shiny.
They are suitable for different designs:
Considering the manufacturing process of aluminum, these windows can easily meet your expectation regarding the design next to it’s resistant. Also, there are many different customization for glassing options in diverse range of colors.
They are Eco friendly:
Aluminum is a complete sustainable product. It is 100% recyclable and not toxic at all and it has the minimum effect on the ecosystem. Recycling aluminum just need five percent of the primarily energy that is used for its creation.
For Aluminum windows and doors, three types of glasses are highly recommended: float glass, laminated glass and tempered glass. You can choose a glass that matches your needs and preferences the best. In order to make the best selection, we will explain more about the type of glasses available for aluminum windows. You just have to make sure, any glasses that you choose, you have to use high quality material.
Tempered Glass: Tempered glasses are strong and safe. They are perfect for home safety. These glasses are made from standard glass that went through a thermal tempering process and this process made them four times stronger than regular glasses. Tempered glasses are not penetrable and when they are installed on your doors or windows, they can prevent break ins by trespassers and increase your home security. These glasses are resistant to bad weather conditions such as storms or heavy wind and rain. If tempered glasses break, they will break into small and safe pieces.
Float Glass: Float glasses are resistant and strong. These types of glasses have high density which make it to a great selection for your indoor and outdoor spaces, they are also energy-efficient glasses and you can use float glass to make low-E glass by covering it with metal oxides. Low-E glass keep your inside space cool by protecting it from severe sunlight, and decrease your need for using air-conditioning and bring down the level of energy cost. Also float glasses provides a shiny and cosmopolitan look.
Laminated Glass: Laminated glass is made of two or more layers of glass with one layer of resin, with PVB (polyvinyl butyral) in the middle. The PVB inside layer connect the glass panes together and create a high-resistant glass that can’t break easily. Laminated glasses are a great safety glass for aluminum windows and doors. Also, Laminated glass has soundproofing feature and prevent from penetrating UV rays to home space. This glass is very strong against different weather conditions and temperature changes but at the same time, it allow natural sunlight to shine inside the house.
U-Value is the thermal resistance or the amount of heat which is lost through the structure of a material. The U-Value is measured on a rate which heat moves through one square meter of a structure.
Low E glass is a type of glass with low-emissivity. As a example, a double-pane window with a low E coverage has a U-Value of about 0.36 which in another word, with 35% less heat gain or loss in compare to standard double-pane windows.
Our available aluminum windows styles are as below:
Fixed Windows: Picture windows are fixed windows that do not work. They are usually installed in places that are difficult to reach to light up the space. For having a clear view in place that air circulation is not a priority, fixed windows are a great option. These windows look like a portrait on a wall that is why they are called picture windows. They are also a good choice for spreading the natural light and keeping the cold air out.
Ribbon Windows: Ribbon windows are windows installed next to each other to make a continual structure horizontally from the exterior side.
Curtain Wall/Facade: Curtain wall windows cover the building from outside, mostly the windows that are non-structural. These windows are designed for keeping the weather out. Because the curtain wall windows are non-structural, they are manufactured with light-weight materials.
Side-Hung Windows: These windows are made on one side and can open outward or inward, just like a door. This can bring a very good amount of air circulation inside. Cleaning windows that open inward, are very easy from both sides.
Awning Windows: These windows are made horizontally and hang on the top so it can move outward so it can work independently. But it can also be used with a fix glasses. They are very good for air circulation.
Tilt & Turn Windows: These windows can open from side or top. These windows can offer a good amount of air circulation and protect inside from heavy rain drops.
Tilt/Hopper Windows: These windows open vertically and lean inside like a hopper windows. It also rain-resistant and offer good amount of air-circulation. They are designed professionally and provide a high level of security, water penetration and heat resistance.
Slider Windows: These windows designed with a mix of other windows. These windows offer many different styles with many different designs and operation options. You can open these windows by sliding them horizontally to the left or right.