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Alu clad timber window profiles
Aluminium clad timber windows combine the best features of timber and aluminium into a premium system. The combination of superior craftsmanship, thermal performance and long-term durability make aluminium clad windows ideal for passive houses, renovations, and modern architectural projects alike. With a solid timber frame encased by aluminium on the outside, our windows deliver the traditional cosy appearance on the inside that only timber can. A wide assortment of woods, energy- efficient glazings, and colour options then allow customers much freedom to customise products according to exact requirements and preferences.
The advantages of alu clad timber windows
New-build and renovation projects often come with tricky decisions and trade-offs when it comes to choosing new windows and doors. UPVC is the most affordable material, for example, but aluminium is the toughest and both require little maintenance. Traditional timber windows and doors, on the other hand, offer unparalleled bespoke patterns but require more regular upkeep. Looking to the details, all three can offer good insulation values yet uPVC is the most thermally efficient. With our composite aluminium clad timber profiles, selecting the material for new window and doors doesn't have to be an either-or decision though.
Combining the best of both mediums, traditional timber windows featuring an aluminium exterior offer:
- Sleek elegance and contemporary design
- Good thermal performance with options for enhancement
- Strong weather-resistance and minimal maintenance
- Long service life expectancy plus durable break-in protection
Although the common affordability of uPVC windows may seem most attractive, quality composite models like aluminium clad windows provide great value for money in the long-term with their impressive price to performance ratio. The robust, low-maintenance aluminium cladding and multi-chamber uPVC core lead to savings on energy bill and repairs, for example, while a prolonged service life reduces the need for frequent replacement.