High Performance Aluminium Windows and Doors give you the best of both worlds: a stunning expanse of glass, with super high energy efficiency. Here I have broken down each of the characteristics of High Performance glazing into separate categories – all of which are important considerations for your home or project.
The insulation and thermal performance of aluminium windows and sliding patio doors has come a long way in recent years, and now with technologies such as triple glazing, warm edge spacers and Low-E coatings we can achieve U Values as low as 0.5 W/m2K – close to the insulation level of an indoor cavity wall.
High thermal performance means your home stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and on average aluminium window systems perform 60% better than similar specification uPVC or timber frames. This makes aluminium the ideal material for Passive House construction.
The windows and doors in your home require superb weather resistance to keep the rain and wind out, and this is even more important in coastal and remote areas where the weather really can play havoc on traditional glazing products – causing problems such as condensation, draughts and water ingress.
High Performance Aluminium Windows and Doors include multiple weather gaskets, multi-chambered profile designs and rebated frame profiles to keep the Great British weather outside where it belongs. Aluminium never rusts or rots and modern frames never need repainting, making it the perfect material for external windows and doors.
Safety & Security
Our doors are some of the most secure and safest on the market, often far surpassing British and European standards.
They're protected by our state-of-the-art multi-point locking system, plus an ingenious anti-lift design which keeps your home secure at all times.
Shatter-proof Class 1 safety glass comes as standard, so you don't have to worry about any shards of glass in the event of a breakage.