UPVC - Aluminum Windows
Façade design involves more than just choosing colours. Here, an aluminium shell on the exterior frame offers multiple design options, as it can be coated in a wide variety of finishes. Refer to the RAL colour chart for colour choices.
UPVC aluminum windows combine the best of both worlds. Aluminum improves the quality and durability of the window profile, while UPVC offers excellent thermal and sound insulation. The perfect match – a weather-resistant exterior shell and a low-maintenance interior surface.
UPVC – ALUMINUM MODELS
UPVC - Aluminum Windows in Canada
Aside from being aesthetically beautiful, Aluminum Windows are durable and also significantly cheaper than other window frames. Aluminum Cladding Windows have a variety of colors to choose from, and if you’re looking to Buy UPVC Aluminum Windows for your home, you won’t be disappointed with the quality Aluminum Clad Exterior Windows have to offer. The cost of Aluclad windows varies, so it’s best to get in contact with us for further information.
Benefits of UPVC - Aluminum Windows
High-quality windows, made of UPVC – Aluminum are built to outlast many of the other elements within the home’s external envelope. The Aluminum external surface is designed to be weather resistant and hold up in harsh climate geographies.
Whether it is the birds chirping outside your window early in the morning or your overly zealous neighbor mowing their lawn at 8 am on a Saturday, these windows can offer a sound reduction of up to 47 dB turning those annoyances from a roar to a low hum.
High-quality UPVC – Aluminum windows offer exceptional energy efficiency, with U-values as low as 0.62 W/(m2K). To obtain the Energy Star rating, a window unit must have a U-value less than 1.22 W/(m2K), meaning these units are nearly twice as efficient as the maximum standard. The lower the U-value, the better the window keeps your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Not all, however, some models of these windows offer extraordinary burglary protection with locking mechanisms located on all 4 sides of the window frame making it near impossible to pry the window unit open.
An often overlooked aspect, when discussing windows, is the available design options and colors of the window frames. Most believe that windows simply come in either white or black, however that is not always the case. Aluminum can be powder coated in a variety of color options and the UPVC interior frame can be foiled in a series of different options, allowing the owner to get creative with how the windows match the interior and exterior design plans.
Why Choose Our UPVC - Aluminum Windows for Your Dream Home in Canada?
When building your dream home, it is important to consider how windows impact your daily life. Windows are one of the first elements you notice when walking up to your home. Windows are usually the least insulated part of your exterior structure, creating the greatest impact on your home’s temperature comfort and energy costs. Windows are the source of most of the sound waves that penetrate your home from the outside. Windows are one of the most frequently used access points during a home invasion. For all of these reasons, it is important to choose a product that addresses each of these elements and provides solutions that surpass expectations.
If you’re in the market to Buy Aluminum UPVC Windows, NeüFenster offers UPVC Aluminum Windows which are the perfect solution if you want window types that have a variety of different materials, functionality, and much more! UPVC Aluminum Windows Cost varies by project and it’s always best to get in contact with us for a more accurate estimation.
FAQs regarding UPVC - Aluminum Windows
UPVC Aluminum Windows are thicker and chunkier frames and have aluminum attached to a UPVC frame. They’re the best of both worlds because aluminum is extremely durable and UPVC is generally a better thermal and sound insulator.
Aluminum is more durable and no matter what finish you choose, can last up to 45 years! There is little to no maintenance with aluminum compared to UPVC, which lasts up to 30 years and is not as strong.