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Timber and Aluminium Windows

There are loads of different types of double glazing windows to choose between, with two of these being timber and aluminium.

Wood and timber double glazing frames are eco-friendly and sustainable. The eco-friendliness of these windows are increased if made from FSC certified wood. Aluminium is recyclable too, but also brings more strengths to the table.

The question is: which double glazing window is better?

Benefits Of Timber Windows

Wood and timber windows are a great way to help out the environment, and make your properly look great, and function efficiently.

Made from a naturally sustainable source, timber is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. This eco change is helped further by the double glazing technology, which acts as a thermal barrier between your home and the outside. Insulation will help to reduce the amount of energy you use to heat up your home – therefore reducing your energy bills!

Timber framed double glazing windows can last up to sixty years (when installed and maintained correctly) meaning that you can be sure to get the most out of your new windows.

Getting timber windows is a great way to enhance the atmosphere in your home, and show off a homely, cottage feeling. You can get a number of different paints and varnishes to add to your timber frames, making them look even more perfect.

Timber double glazing windows are great, but how do they match up against aluminium windows?

Timber Window Frame Cross-Section

Benefits Of Aluminium

Aluminium is strong. This durable, weather-resistant material will be sure to look great for years to come, and most likely will not bow or twist.

The durability of aluminium allows it to manufactured thinner. Thin frames make for larger windows, and also a sleek, modern look. More glass means that more natural light. This can help you to save on your electricity bills!

Many might think that aluminium double glazing windows are bad insulators. In the past this was true. However, modern technology has enabled ‘thermal breaks‘ to be put into the frames. These breaks help to insulate your home, keeping heat in, and your energy bill down.

Aluminium windows are a fantastic way to add a modern look to your home. They also create a sleek, professional atmosphere.

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