Internorm are the pioneers in uPVC, uPVC/aluminium and timber/aluminium windows and doors. Triple glazing as standard offers excellent sound proofing of up to 45 dB and ultra-low u-values of 0.6 W/m²K, making Internorm’s energy saving windows ideal for passive houses.
Internorm windows and doors offer:
The design possibilities are endless!
Internorm believes that the architecture of a building reflects the people who live within it. To help you find a window solution that meets your criteria, style and budget, they offer three design styles; studio, home and ambiente.
The mostly surface-flush studio window and door systems can be integrated completely into the wall giving a fixed window a frameless appearance. They can be square-edged or flush sashes with straight-lined window handles with flat key hole cover plates to emphasise the minimalistic appearance. Find out more here.
Home pure meets the demands of a modern and straight-lined style creating a bright, light-flooded living environment. The square-edged sashes and simple handles, emphasise the minimised
architecture. Find out more here.
Home soft offers many design varieties with a countless number of window shapes; round, segmented, basket or pointed arch Georgian/feature bars. Find out more here.
Perfect if your property or style fits art nouveau, traditional, classic or elegant country estate. Strong profiled edges, rounded handles in chrome or polished brass and Georgian/feature bars and window shutters offer a multitude of design possibilities. Find out more here.
Internorm’s range of uPVC windows are also available with an aluminium cladding. These windows are named using the letters KF – the K stands for Kunststoff which is the German word for plastic and the F is for Fenster, the German word for window. Where there are integrated blinds, the F is replaced with a V for Venetian which is Venezianisch in German.
The KF 220 has a narrow, square-edged window frame and can be rendered on three sides, giving a frameless appearance. The KF 200 offers u-values as low as 0.67 W/m2K and is available in the Studio range.
The KF 500 has a u-value of 0.61 W/m2K. Its square edged sash sits behind the outer frame giving the window a contemporary look. it also benefits from a unique locking mechanism which is fully integrated meaning that levering of the window is impossible.
The KF 410 is available in all the ranges and has a low u-value of 0.62 W/m2K. It is available in a wide selection of colours, weather-resistant timber and metallic colour finishes.
The slim KF 200 window is available in the Home Pure, Home Soft and Ambiente ranges and offers a u-value of 0.74 W/m2K.
The KV 240 combines superior thermal insulation and sound reduction with blinds that integrated for added protection and privacy. The blinds are fitted between the panes ensuring they do not get dirty or dusty. Access is via a single hinged pane. The blinds can be operated manually or via a smartphone app.
The KV 440 offers a low u-value of 0.64 W/m2K as well as integrated blinds which can be controlled manually or from your smartphone – perfect for when you’re not at home.
The HF range of Internorm windows offers the protection of aluminium on the outside, with the warmth of timber on the inside. The H is for Holz, the German word for wood.The F is for Fenster, the German word for window.
The HF 210 has a square-edged aluminium profile and is available in many colours and design possibilities. It also offers a low u-value of 0.67 W/m2K.
With it super low u-value of just 0.62 W/m²K, the HF 310 is suitable for Passive House projects.
The HF 410 is the newest of the timber/aluminium windows and is available in all styles and in a range of wood finishes including Oak, Ash, Larch, Walnut and Grey Oak.
The HV 350 is a timber/aluminium window with integrated blinds that are operated either manually, or via a smartphone app.
Internorm front doors are Austrian made and available in aluminium or timber/aluminium. They are bespoke and are of exceptionally high quality.
Internorm doors can reach u-values as low as 0.58 W/m2K making them suitable for Passive House projects.
Read our blog, ͚”Why Choose Internorm Windows & Doors͛” to find out more about Internorm.
A completely flush design. The door leaf sits flush within the door frame. Concealed hardware, level keyhole cover plates, sunken recessed handles, heavy duty joiners and flat glass surrounds all combine to give the perfect flush design.
Smooth door leaf and a square-edged frame creates clear lines with designer elements such as glass cut outs and bar handles.
This door has a flush door leaf outside with a profiled door leaf inside.
A profiled design, inside and out plus excellent thermal insulation, sound reduction and security features.
Available with a square-edged or profiled design, this door comes with a multitude of finishing options.
The flush HT 410 features concealed hardware, level keyhole cover plates, recessed handles and flat glass surrounds.
Continuous glass layers, bar handles, stainless steel furniture and a square-edged frame combine to create a stylish timber/aluminium front door.
In order to meet the rising demands on design, technology, quality and comfort, Internorm has developed a series of revolutionary technologies – I-tec.
Internorm, like Thames Valley Windows, is a family business and is now the largest internationally active window brand. They have manufactured over 21 million window and door units, all of which are made in their very own, ultra-modern manufacturing plants to your precise specifications. They have developed a series of revolutionary technologies to meet the continuing demands on design, technology, quality and comfort.
Thames Valley Windows is proud to say that we are an Internorm Distribution Partner, guaranteeing perfect product quality and the highest levels of service, before, during and after installation.
You may also be interested in reading our blog, ‘Why Choose Internorm Windows and Doors?’
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