The very first replacement double glazed windows in Britain were Aluminium. Unfortunately, and for various reasons, they developed a reputation for being cold, unattractive, and prone to condensation. The truth is that Aluminium windows, as with UPVC, have developed a long way from the earlier versions. The problems have now been solved, and they can provide a real alternative to UPVC in numerous situations.
We have a full range of Aluminium products that can be custom designed and manufactured to suit your specific requirements. Whether you are looking for a slim, contemporary look to your home, or maybe you need a product with the durability to withstand extreme use, we can configure an Aluminium window or door to suit your needs.
Traditional Steel Replacement Aluminium
Take a look HERE to view more information on our hugely popular traditional Steel Replacement range from Aluco.
Flush casement Aluminium
The Origin Flush casement window may not be the slimmest available, but it can be used in a huge range of sizes, and with its superb insulation standards it can often be a great solution for any extension project.
Contemporary Colour Options
In recent years, Aluminium has often been the material of choice for architects and designers, who appreciate the role your windows and doors can play in the overall look and feel of a modern property. One of the key benefits of Aluminium is that it can be easily manufactured in any RAL colour. Whether it’s slate grey, matt black or a natural green or brown, we have the colour to suit your desired look.
Warm and Secure
By using the same hi-tech glass units that we use on our range of products, coupled with modern thermal break technology, we are able to offer our full Aluminium range of windows as ‘A’ Energy Rated. And a material as strong as Aluminium has its security benefits too.
Slim and Strong
UPVC is often criticised for the thickness of its framing. The inherent strength of Aluminium means that we can manufacture products with a far smaller frame, meaning that you can benefit from an increased glass area and slimmer sightline, without compromising on durability.