JEC ALUMINIUM Offer a variety of windows that are fully thermally broken.
Aluminium windows have become a popular choice for both residential and commercial properties due to their numerous benefits. Here's an overview of the advantages of using aluminium for window frames
Durability and Longevity: Aluminium is resistant to corrosion, rust, and weathering under a range of harsh environmental conditions. This means that aluminium windows can have a longer lifespan compared to other materials.
Low Maintenance: Aluminium windows require very little maintenance. They don't need to be painted, and they don't warp, rot, or rust. Regular cleaning is typically all that's required to keep them looking and functioning at their best.
Energy Efficiency: With proper design and the inclusion of thermal breaks, aluminium windows can provide excellent insulation, which can reduce energy costs. They can help keep interiors warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Slim Profile: Aluminium's inherent strength allows for slim window frames, resulting in a higher ratio of glass to frame, which means larger views and more natural light.
Flexibility in Design: Aluminium can be extruded into a variety of complex shapes and sizes, allowing for a wide range of window designs. This flexibility also means they can be tailored to specific architectural designs.
Wide Range of Finishes: Aluminium windows can be finished in a broad array of colors and textures, including wood grain finishes. Powder-coated finishes on aluminium are durable and resistant to fading.
Recyclability: Aluminium is 100% recyclable with no loss of quality, making it an environmentally friendly choice. Recycling aluminium also consumes only 5% of the energy required to produce primary aluminium.
Strength: Aluminium has a high strength-to-weight ratio, making it suitable for large window installations and for properties in areas with high winds or other challenging conditions.
Security: The strength of aluminium means that windows can be incredibly secure, especially when combined with quality locking mechanisms.
Cost: While the initial cost can be higher than some other materials, the durability and low maintenance of aluminium windows can make them more cost-effective in the long run.
Resistance to Elements: Aluminium windows are resistant to termites, rust, and other common issues that affect different window materials.
Yes all windows are thermally broken
While aluminium windows offer numerous benefits, it's essential to ensure they are correctly installed and have features like thermal breaks to maximize their energy efficiency and comfort for the building's occupants.