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Aluminium Windows


What are Aluminium windows?

New windows can instantly improve the appearance of a room, house or extension but what is the uniqueness of an aluminium window? Aluminium windows are resistant, modern and can be a long term investment for your home, so it’s no surprise that they’re one of the most popular types of windows installed in the UK. There are also many different styles of aluminium windows from casement to sash, therefore you can be as flexible as you like when it comes to choosing the right design for your house. Aluminium windows are often seen as large floor to ceiling fittings in a modern property which may make them look delicate but, in fact, aluminium is one of the strongest materials out there. Each window is available in different shapes and sizes and can be personalised to fit exact rooms.

Why should I get Aluminium Windows?

Aluminium windows are a great choice for casements since the higher strength of the material means that you can have smaller frames. This allows as much light as possible to enter your property. Aluminium windows are a sleek and modern design; a perfect choice for the practically minded customer. Aluminium windows are high quality products that can last for decades and due to their long lasting material they are deemed very secure windows and doors options. Aluminium systems also offer a wide range of finishes to the window. Aluminium windows are often finished with a polyester powder coating which makes them more durable and modern; the powder coating is available in a wide range of colour options therefore you can tie them in with the rooms exterior.

When aluminium windows were first introduced they were on the more expensive side of window purchases but, due to the growing popularity of this style of window, they are now more affordable. As mentioned above, these windows are going to last over many years therefore are an investment and will save you money in the long run. If you like the sound of aluminium windows but you are not sure if they will be in budget for you; email us and get a quote, you may be surprised how inexpensive these windows can be.

How do Aluminium Windows compare to traditional Timber Casement Windows?

Aluminium is light and versatile but lasts a long time. It’s very resilient to warping, corrosion and flexing, and 100% recyclable. Compared to timber it’s easier to maintain, but lacks the period character of sash windows. If you have a new build or are looking to modernise your home, aluminium windows might be a good way to do this. Aluminium windows can be seen to be less expensive than timber windows on three accounts, the outright price is often cheaper, an aluminium window is cheaper to install and the maintenance for aluminium windows is next to none. However, it is often argued that whilst timber windows cost more than aluminium, the difference is made up with the money saved on energy costs with timber windows. Both timber and aluminium windows have very different finishes so it can come down to the buyers taste when choosing which window to go for. However, due to the versatility of aluminium windows they can often be given a timber-look finish. All our aluminium windows come with a power-coated finish from the factory which gives them a uniform finish. They’re also non-flammable and very strong, so you can have a little more peace of mind when you’re at home. We also buy our aluminium from Reynaers – one of the world’s best providers.

Bespoke Designs

Compared to timber sash windows, Aluminium windows are a relatively new product. Since they haven’t been around long enough for a unique style to develop, you have a bit more freedom with how aluminium windows look. This type of window can be as versatile as you like, you can have different finishes inside and out. Therefore on the inside of your window you may have a very bright and vibrant colour but from the outside you may have a sleek and modern looking grey. This being said, majority of people often choose a more minimalist look for their aluminium windows. Most of the time, people tend to go for as little frame as they can. As we covered in the first paragraph, aluminium is strong – such that the frames don’t have to be that big. This ensures that you will have as large a glass area as possible so natural light can flood the rooms providing you with a fabulous airy appearance. You’ll never see the same curves and traditional moulding that you would on a sash window, but if you are more about just letting the light into your home, aluminium windows and doors might be the best option for you.

Things to know whilst choosing an aluminium window

Whether you are a home owner wanting to start a new window project or a company wanting your aluminium windows replaced, it is always best to know the facts before making such a long term purchase.

All our aluminium windows conform to British Standards. In addition, here are some other important points to bear in mind:

  • All extrusions are of high quality in accordance with recognised industry standards for thickness, type and quality of metal.
  • All our windows feature window energy ratings of C, B and A
  • Our aluminium windows feature a thermal break or insulated profiles.
  • All aluminium systems installations from our window company are tested to recognised industry standards for security, weather performance, air, wind and water penetration.
  • All aluminium frames are powder coated and available in the full range of colour options, including grey, oak and white.
  • The glass in your aluminium windows is of an extremely high quality.
  • Your aluminium windows will have quality locking systems and handles.
  • All powder coated aluminium windows

Ensuring that these all of these standards are met or exceeded is the number one priority for our products. 

Aluminium windows are essentially always casement windows. The service is therefore exactly the same as casement replacement, so we can offer fully comprehensive fitting or basic fitting.

Fully Comprehensive Aluminium Window Replacement:

The old casements are removed, replaced and made good. For a full rundown of this service, please check the comprehensive casement fitting page.

  • New aluminium casement windows
  • New handles & multipoint locking system
  • Full draught sealing
  • Fit window boards
  • Make good plastered reveals
  • Full exterior sealing
  • All surrounding woodwork painted with Teknos micro-porous paint
  • Insurance backed guarantee & FENSA certificate

Basic Casement Replacement:

The old casements are removed and replaced but that’s about it. Great if you have other building work that crosses over.

  • New casement windows
  • New handles & multipoint locking system
  • Full draught sealing
  • New hardware & security fittings
  • Wedge the window in place and fill the gaps with expanding foam
  • Cut back the wedges & foam
  • Insurance backed guarantee & FENSA certificate

Unless specifically agreed, the following services will not be provided:

  • Temporary silicone seal.
  • Architraves, Bullnose / Window boards.
  • Rubbish removal. Rubbish will be left at an agreed location on site.

Strong, sleek, stylish and in vogue!

call us: 020 3302 2060 or email: [email protected]

All our products are bespoke, so additional options for aluminium windows include, but are not limited to:

Paint Options:

  • Your choice of colour.
  • Two-tone paint – separately match both your internal and external colour schemes.

Design Options:

  • Your choice of hardware within our factory’s range.
  • Your choice of hardware colour.
  • Your choice of glazing bar configuration. Glazing bars are the strips on the surface of the glass.

Other Options:

Strong, sleek, stylish and in vogue!

call us: 020 3302 2060 or email: [email protected]

Aluminium windows appeared in the early 20th century for use in trains, cars, and buses. It was the modern look and appeal of aluminium that helped generate a market for use in construction, particularly in signature buildings and high-end projects. Before long, manufacturers began offering aluminum windows that mimicked traditional wood windows to compete against a thriving steel and timber window industry.

Strong, sleek, stylish and in vogue!

call us: 020 3302 2060 or email: [email protected]