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Window & Profile Systems Windows and profile systems nowadays are energy efficient and made from sustainable materials. Reflecting an ever-changing list of demands and specifications, a wide range of colours and styles is available.
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Window and Profile systems

Windows and profile systems nowadays are energy efficient and  made from sustainable materials. Reflecting an ever-changing list of demands and specifications, a wide range of colours and styles is available. 

 

Product performance relies on the quality and durability of its components. The window is not assembled at home, unlike most construction sets. There are many factors that can have an impact on the ready window quality.

 

3 Main Types of Window Systems

There are 3 main types of window systems: aluminium, PVC and wooden.

 

Aluminium window systems are utilised across a wide spectrum of construction and design projects. To ensure better resistance to external factors, aluminium profile systems are anodized, which gives them a distinctive metallic gloss. The application of coating and colour finishes gives designers free reign to personalise their projects.

 

One of the greatest advantages of aluminium window systems is that the latest innovations have made it possible for profiles to be assembled without machining, allowing for easy connectivity. Maximum flexibility, cost-efficiency and reliability are just a few of the benefits of aluminium systems. 

 

Pvc window systems are known to be the most energy-efficient varieties available, outperforming aluminium or wooden alternatives. Better insulation properties feeds into a higher level of energy efficiency. 

 

Common triple glazing can now be applied to old passive house windows. Older properties can fully benefit from using PVC profiles – ideal for renovations. These systems are among the easiest to maintain and represent the optimal long-term investment due their high energy saving potential.

 

As they use timber wooden window systems can be up to 20-30% more expensive than PVC equivalents. Regular maintenance, including varnishing and polishing, is required. 

 

However, many profiles now feature enhanced energy efficiency - double glazed units have the standard low E24 mm. Enhanced security requirements are also featured.

 

What to Consider When Choosing Window Profile Systems

When selecting window systems, style shouldn’t be the only consideration. Quality of materials, price and energy efficiency are essential. The perfect window systems are so well-balanced that they meet all technical and aesthetic requirements. 

 

The demand for more energy efficient and sustainable windows is growing. 100% recycled window systems are available for green building developments. 

 

Choosing the right materials is essential. Considering which manufacturer to go with is also an important step. The majority of window profile systems come as a ready product and can’t be remade or altered. Be sure that the chosen window system producer is using the correct materials and processes to deliver high quality, long lasting products.

 

Special features should also be considered, such as climate conditions, street noise, design and the way of opening - all of these characteristics will inform the choice of window used. 

 

Ideally, window profile systems should be durable, rigid, weather resistant, easy to open and close and insulated. Shape and thickness are also to be considered, as well as design and colour.