LOOK OF STEEL, BENEFITS OF ALUMINIUM
Designed to replace and complement existing steel windows, the range has been specifically developed for use on buildings where steel windows have traditionally been fitted. The 58BW ST profiles feature traditional square sections and sightlines of just 43mm in a fixed light.
The range is available in a wide range of standard and RAL colours. Anodised finishes are also available, with marine grade guarantees on request.
Available in a wide range of styles including Top Hung, Side Hung, Fixed Light and French Casement, the system cleverly replicates the narrow sight lines associated with steel windows whilst providing superior performance and security.
The system also includes hardware that is sympathetic to traditional steel window designs.
The 58BW ST offers high thermal efficiency with U-values as low as 1.4 for double glazed and 1.2 for triple glazed, ensuring your home is warm and comfortable.
With excellent air, water and wind resistance test results, this system can withstand the worst of British weather.
And with full PAS 24 and Secured By Design accreditation, you can feel safe and secure with this superior system.
|U value W/m²K||1.4 W/m²K|
|Air tightness (Pa)||Class 4 (600 Pa)|
|Water tightness (Pa)||Class 8A (450 Pa)|
|Wind load (Pa)||Class E2400 (2400 Pa)|
“As with any owners of a listed property, finding the right company to take time to understand our requirements and provide a bespoke product and carefully tailored service was key. We considered other options, but the team at Tradeglaze have been terrific and their AluK Heritage windows, with an authentic look and excellent weather performance, were ideal for our property and for getting our planning permission approved. We are delighted, and the look and feel are exactly what we had hoped for.”
Harby Mill homeowners - November 20, 2020
“The finished look is exactly what I was hoping for. The house now has a modern, contemporary feel, which still respects its original design and character.”
Traditional semi-detached house owner - March 27, 2021