Aluminum Window Installations
Aluminum has several advantages as a material in a window frame. First, it’s incredibly durable, and thus able to support a much larger pane of glass per panel than materials like wood or vinyl. Because of this, aluminum windows lend to extremely contemporary aesthetics and really wide planes of vision. For incredible views and living areas where a lot of natural light is desirable, aluminum is a great choice.
Wood Clad Aluminum for Easy Exterior Maintenance
The only drawback to aluminum is that it’s not a fantastic insulator. That problem, however, is solved with modern alloys or wood clad designs. Wood clad aluminum offers homes the beauty and insulation of interior wood work while keeping the strength of aluminum frames and their easy maintenance on the exterior. Aluminum is really easy to clean, comes in a variety of colors and anodized finishes and won’t ever have to be painted.
Featured Aluminum Windows:
Fleetwood Everest 850 Series
Fleetwood has a reputation for some of the most contemporary aluminum windows on the market. The Everest series is their top of the line, offered in a casement or awning style construction. These are such durable windows that they meet or exceed all requirements by the HVHZ (High Velocity Hurricane Zone) for missile impact rated products.
Jeld Wen Premium Aluminum
Jeld Wen’s Premium aluminum series are extremely durable and offer superior fade resistance from the sun, so they’re great for regions in the Southwest that experience regular sunshine. Built from modern alloys, installing Jeld Wen Premium aluminum windows is an energy efficient choice in the mild climates of the Southwest as well.
Milgard® Thermally Improved
Thermally improved aluminum by Milgard inserts thermal breaks in their frames which equates to superior insulation. They can withstand cooler climates or simply make your Southwest home as energy efficient as possible. They’re such good quality, their even rated for use in light commercial settings.