Thermaglaze are proud to offer both Contemporary and Heritage Aluminium window styles that have been designed to suit your specific requirements. From Crittal replacement to Grand Design architecture, Thermaglaze have the ideal solution for your next project.
Due to it’s slim sight-lines and smaller frame sections, Aluminium has the benefit of producing a larger glass area. It’s strength, durability, lifetime performance and aesthetics make it a primary choice for architects and developers.
What different Aluminium window styles are available?
Our Heritage collections provide a modern like-for-like replacement for traditional materials. By combining timeless elegance with modern high performance double glazing, we can offer bespoke glazing solutions for projects where planning or design demands dictate the installation of sympathetic materials – even for listed buildings. Our Heritage Aluminium windows are available in a number of formats, including fixed-pane, sash, top-hung and side hung casement, pivot and tilt & turn. An ideal solution for properties in Heritage cities such as Bath and Salisbury.
Aluminium windows are of course ideally suited to contemporary applications, with a huge choice of colours and fittings available. Whether you are planning a Grand Design project or upgrading your existing windows, our Aluminium options will bring a fresh and modern look to your home. Incredible thermal performance is achieved by utilising the very latest manufacturing techniques and thermal-break technology,
What are the benefits of Aluminium Windows?
Because Aluminium does not rust or rot, window frames can last indefinitely. Aluminium windows have the longest lifespan of any window framing material, with typical replacement periods of 40 years – compared with 30-35 years for steel, timber and uPVC.
Simple and straightforward, with a routine wipe clean as all that is required to keep your Aluminium windows looking their best. With no requirement for re-painting or varnishing, Aluminium windows (or doors) will never fade, deteriorate or rust, even in harsh environments.