Aluminium is ideal to use for doors and windows. Aluminium is strong, and it offers optimal safety and security.
Aluminium is durable and it requires less maintenance than wood.
Aluminium is resilient against elements.
Aluminium adds a stylish, contemporary feel to private and public spaces such as homes and offices.
Creating a modern look
Increasing a property's value
Offering a longer life span
|Steel vs Aluminium|
|Steel doors and windows||Aluminium doors and windows|
|Require putty which degrades over time||No putty required|
|High cost to replace broken window due to glass and putty being required - increased labour cost||Takes 10 minutes to replace broken glass - saves money and time|
|Steel is prone to rust||Aluminium does not rust|
|Constant maintenance required - sanding and painting||Requires no maintenance|
Aluminium is a robust material and its natural strength provides security to your home and office. Aluminium is resistant to corrosion which ensures that your windows will never rust, warp, twist or expand.
Its natural strength means that aluminium windows can have really slim frames and hold more glass - meaning bigger windows and more glazing. This quality lends more freedom to the design of aluminium windows, and allows the outdoor views to take centre stage instead of the windows themselves.
Aluminium is a comparatively light material, which makes the operation of aluminium windows - whether you are opening or closing them - a really easy task.
Easy to maintain
Aluminium is notoriously easy to maintain - it doesn’t require any sanding, sealing or painting.
Aluminium windows offer colour versatility so that you can truly customise the look of your home. Millennia Projects range of aluminium windows, for example, is available in durable Silver, Bronze, Charcoal and White powder-coated finishes in standard colour but we can also do many more colours direct from the factory.
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