You might have heard about vinyl windows, wood windows, and steel windows, but what about aluminum windows? Aluminum windows are strong, and they won’t rust or rot. Therefore they are long-lasting. They are also very easy to maintain and clean, which is easy for the homeowner and are popular because of their low maintenance. Aluminum windows are affordable, and in some cases are much cheaper than wood windows. What’s more, you can have the best of both worlds by choosing aluminum clad windows, where the outside is made of aluminum, but the inside is made of wood and they’re available with tough anodized or baked-on finishes. The downfall of aluminum windows is the occasional buildup on condensation, though that can often be traced to poor installation. Aluminum windows are also more likely to allow for heat transfer, which makes them a bit less energy-efficient than other window types- But today, Newman Windows offer better quality aluminum windows, equipped with thermal breaks, that separate the interior and exterior surfaces of the window to improve their energy efficiency.
For years, Newman Windows, architects and builders have specified aluminum windows for their overall strength and lasting value. Because of their rigidity, durability and narrow frames, aluminum windows can be configured into a wide variety of combinations that maximize views.
Benefits of Aluminum Windows:
- Long-lasting, reliable operation
- Durable factory-applied color options
- Narrow sight lines maximize outdoor view
- Won’t rust or rot
- Strong, durable and easily maintained
- Slim frames complement modern architectural styles