Pros And Cons Of Aluminum Windows

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Are you on the market for new, better quality windows? You must have heard about aluminum windows. They have become a popular choice amongst residential and commercial clients.

As a homeowner, it’s important to consider all window options before you make your choice. Today, we’ll be discussing important pros and cons of aluminum windows that you should be aware of.

Pros of aluminum windows:

They don’t rust

Aluminum is one of the few metals that don’t rust. It doesn’t have an iron in its composition and therefore doesn’t rust. This feature of aluminum makes it such a popular choice for construction. Aluminum windows are able to provide consistent performance without homeowners having to worry about rusty parts and wear and tear.

Since aluminum is resistant to rust, it can be used in areas that receive a lot of precipitation. The strength of these windows make them ideal for storms as well.

Aluminum is one of the strongest materials available

Aluminum is one of the strongest materials available. It’s no wonder it’s used widely in industrial applications, construction, and even the manufacturing of airplanes. The strength of this material makes it one of the most secure materials for residential windows and doors. Make your home more secure with aluminum doors and windows with reinforced glass. Burglars won’t be able to get in and the possibility of accidents like children falling out of windows is reduced significantly too.

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They now come in a wide range of colors and finishes

Homeowners, in particular, shied away from aluminum windows initially since they only came in the typical silver color. Aluminum windows have come a long way now. At ORIDOW, we provide clients with over 20 different colors and finishes to choose from. If you want aluminum windows with a wood-like grain, we have got you covered!

Low maintenance

Since aluminum windows don’t rust, they are very easy to maintain and keep clean. Unlike other window materials, aluminum windows are probably the easiest to maintain. You don’t have to worry about humidity or moisture levels or even termite infestations.

Cons

Poor thermal insulator

The one issue with typical aluminum windows is that they don’t provide superior insulation like UPVC windows. While this is alright in areas where the temperatures are moderate, it’s not ideal for areas that experience very cold climate.

Have your home’s old windows replaced with aluminum windows. We, at ORIDOW provide aluminum sliding windows, casement aluminum windows, and many other window options. We offer a wide range of colors and designs to choose from as well.

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