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Aluminium Windows

Modern lines, slim framed with maximised glass space

ID Glass & Glazing's aluminium windows offer strength, and durability. Aluminium window's are maintenance free, built to last and above all, a premium product.  Aluminium is extremely recyclable and very environmentally friendly.

Aluminium Windows are also available in any of over 200 different RAL colours. It is even possible to have your windows manufactured to have alternate colours on the inside and out.  All our products are painted in a polyester powder coat finish.

Modern aluminium windows and doors are state of the art, offering maximum security and thermal efficiency whilst maintaining a slim and attractive appearance, which allows you to maximise your glass area.

For many years they were perceived as only available in silver, surrounded by high maintenance hardwood sub-frames and above all prone to condensation. This may have been the case once, but it’s certainly not the case any more. Aluminium door and window products have advanced significantly in recent years benefiting from new technology, advances in fabrication and with excellent thermal properties – available as A-Rated as standard.

So Why Aluminium?
Aluminium is a high strength yet light weight material that is commonly used in every part of the construction industry – from domestic doors in houses, to curtain walling on large office buildings. As a result of aluminium’s properties, it can be formed, bent or shaped into many architectural components and designs. Aluminium is both highly durable and resistant to corrosion caused by modern industrial pollutants whilst requiring little ongoing maintenance.

 

Recyclable & Sustainable
Aluminium is arguably the most sustainable building material in the world and is also highly recyclable. The recycling process creates high quality aluminium which loses none of the physical properties of primary aluminium and also uses just 5% of the energy it takes to create primary aluminium. This is why aluminium in generally regarded as the worlds most sustainable building material.

If you are looking for a feature, or a specific design then please contact us.