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Everything You Should Know About Aluminium Windows and Doors

From aesthetics to performance, aluminium offers many advantages. It has a long lifespan, is endlessly recyclable, highly durable, with a wide range of finishes and maintenance-free.  Discover on this page everything you need to know about aluminium windows and doors for your beautiful home.

 

Aluminium vs PVC-U

If you’re trying to decide between aluminium and PVC-U windows for your home or development, choice will probably come down to the style of your property, your budget and ultimately how sustainable you want the windows to be.

Are aluminium sliding doors secure?

Aluminium sliding doors are incredibly durable and sturdy and can’t be bent or broken like timber or PVC-U, no matter how hard anyone tries to force the frames. The doors are also internally glazed which means it’s impossible to remove the glass from the outside, and you can choose toughened or laminated glass which won’t break.

Choosing Lift & Slide or Inline Door

When it comes to choosing the right aluminium sliding patios for your home or project, the options are either inline or lift and slide patio doors. They both look the same when closed, but the key differences are in the sliding and opening mechanism.

 

Exposure to outdoors

The surrounding environment around us plays a massive part in how we feel, act and think. Aluminium bifold doors are a great solution to reconnect with nature. They can make your room look more spacious and bring in lots of natural light, but also open up the view and let you absorb all of the beautiful scenery that surrounds you.

French Doors

French doors really did originate in France. During the 17th century Renaissance, it became fashionable to have more light and open space in your home, first in France and then in the rest of Europe, and double glass doors started to replace solid wooden doors between rooms.

Is aluminium weak?

As aluminium is lightweight, you may think that it is weak and easily damaged. However, aluminium is much stronger than you may think!