Aluminium windows are a popular choice in many architectural constructions, from skyscrapers to humble homes, and for good reason, too. Their strength and versatility make them virtually the best choice from any design or structural point of view. If you’ve still got doubts about the alloy, allow us to suspend your disbelief.
Installing an aluminium door is not only a good idea for those who live in a very moderate area, climate-wise. The myth that aluminium is surpassed by wood and vinyl’s resistance to heat conduction and the materials’ room temperature regulation abilities, has long since been debunked by the implementation of thermal break technology. Through simple, yet elegant design interventions, aluminium windows can stand toe-to-toe with the best of them in terms of heat regulation.
If you’re living in the southern hemisphere, you’ll need something that can contend with environmental extremes: blistering heat, vicious hailstorms, strong rains and large day-night temperature differentiations. In our climate, other materials don’t respond too well to polar opposite conditions, but aluminium can ensure your frames stay sturdy, and remain in stellar condition for longer.