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Why choose Aluminium over UPVC or Timber windows and doors.



Aluminium windows and doors are becoming increasingly popular due to their superior strength, durability, and energy efficiency. Here we will explore some of the benefits that aluminium offers over UPVC and wood, when it comes to your window and door requirements.


One of the main reasons why many people choose aluminium over UPVC or wood is its superior strength. Aluminium is a much harder material which means that it can stand up to more wear and tear. This makes aluminium windows and doors far more durable and less likely to need replacing in the future.


With aluminium windows, there's a common misconception that they are not as well insulated as UPVC, but this is not true. The frames may feel colder to touch, but the window panes can achieve exactly the same energy efficiency levels as UPVC. Due to their low thermal conductivity, aluminium windows trap heat really well. This can be especially beneficial during the winter months when temperatures drop and energy costs rise.



The other great benefit is that, aluminium windows and doors are more aesthetically pleasing than UPVC. Aluminium is strong yet lightweight, which means that it can be made into sleek frames that have a more modern, minimalistic appearance. This makes aluminium the perfect choice for those looking to give their home a contemporary update.


Finally, aluminium windows and doors require less maintenance than wooden frames. Aluminium frames do not need to be regularly painted or varnished like wooden frames do. This makes them an ideal choice for those who want to minimise their time and money spent on repairs and maintenance.





Overall, aluminium windows and doors offer an array of advantages over other materials when it comes to strength, aesthetics, and maintenance. If you’re looking for a durable, stylish window or door solution that will stand the test of time, then ask us for a quote. Our bespoke windows and doors offer the perfect modern upgrade to your home.

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