Are you looking to replace the traditional aluminium windows in your property with more energy-efficient and easier to maintain alternatives to the traditional aluminium windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire you have in place? Is your home looking a bit tired, as if it’s seen better days? You could benefit from the installation of our traditional aluminium we have here at Thames Valley Windows.
Although aluminium Crittall style windows have become more popular with modern properties, they are still a good match for traditional and period buildings too. Our powder coated traditional aluminium windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire are the ideal choice whether you are looking to replace the current steel or aluminium Crittall® style windows you have installed.
This feature on our traditional aluminium windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire is ideal especially if you benefit from a slimline sightline, have a property in a conservation area or looking to improve a listed building – even if you just want to give it a more traditional look and feel. As lots of properties built before 1980 or between 1920 and 1950, had slimline metal windows, it makes more sense to invest in replacements with a similar slimline design to help emphasise the glass better, and to remain in keeping with the character of the property. The fixed sightline of our exclusive range of traditional aluminium windows is the incredibly small 47mm and the measurement from casement to casement is a meagre 108mm. To help put that number in perspective, it is one of the slimmest available right now. The ‘low e’ double glazing we offer provides a u-value that meets the current building regulations of 1.6w/m2k.
At Thames Valley Windows, we offer these traditional aluminium windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire with either external or internal glazing bead, based on your specification and personal taste. You will also get the benefit of choosing the frame details and bevelled casement and a fresh new outer frame and mullion on the interior.
If, though, you are interested in achieving increased energy efficiency, our Internorm alu-clad system with fully sculpted casements and frame can achieve a u-value of as little as 0.69w/m2k and certified officially by Passivhaus (the standard that describes a house that can achieve thermal comfort through post-cooling or post-heating the flow of fresh air to provide a good quality of air indoors without recirculating air.)
We have a wide range of choices of powder coated finishes, including black, anthracite grey and white that can be provided very quickly. However, if you would prefer any other RAL colour, we can meet the demand.
Along with our traditional aluminium windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire, we also have a full range of residential doors including classic French and single doors. That’s not all, though, as we also offer several different sliding doors from various manufacturers which can give you maximum usability for the space. Furthermore, you can also combine the traditional Crittal style traditional aluminium windows with Internorm and Solarlux sliding door and bi-folding doors for even bigger openings and smoother functionality.
As we try to cater to all our customers, whose properties are just as unique as their own personal taste, we tailor the design of these traditional aluminium windows with that in mind. As a result, we can’t possibly offer a quote on the work involved until we have spoken to you and seen your home.
You can be guaranteed of the following though:
Before you decide on the products you want, whether it’s our traditional aluminium windows in Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire or not, we would recommend you come and visit our showroom to see everything from the frame shape to the colour, finish and even handles in person. Coming into our showroom means you get to see ‘in the flesh’ the different profiles that we offer for our aluminium windows, so you can be sure you make the right choice to suit your home perfectly.
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