Aluminium windows have always been a popular choice for commercial projects and recently we’ve seen an increase in interest for domestic aluminium window installations. Aluminium windows have come on in leaps and bounds in terms of design and energy efficiency over the last few years so now they are on more of a level playing field with their PVCu counterparts. Aluminium not only equals the efficiency of PVCu, but also offers flexibility in design.

A range of finishing options ensures aluminium windows and doors can be perfectly matched to any decor.

Powder coating provides an attractive finish to aluminum frames and once coated, does not require repainting.

Anodising treatment can provide excellent corrosion resistance and a wide range of color options. Such finishes are widely used for both interior and exterior applications.

The corrosion resistant qualities of aluminium provides a low maintenance frame and is resistant to weathering under a range of harsh environmental conditions. Unlike many other materials, it will not swell, crack, split or warp over time; ensuring an extended product life.

Aluminum frames can be significantly less expensive than other framing options, providing a strong yet economical window and door solution, while also achieving excellent energy outcomes. Aluminum can be left in its finished condition. 

The inherent strength and flexibility of aluminum to be manufactured to exacting specifications means you are limited only by your imagination. Aluminum offers a vast range of possibilities from the economical to most elaborate systems while also delivering excellent thermal performance.

Aluminum has one of the highest recycling rates of any metal and is an environmentally sustainable material. Recycling of aluminum requires only five percent of the initial energy consumed to create it. This inherent property differentiates from other framing materials reinforcing its sustainable credentials.