Only by understanding the long-term gains you can invest wisely today. We’re ready to provide you with all the relevant information, professional guidance and cutting-edge technology to ensure we can increase your comfort while reducing your footprint.

Here’s what to consider when assessing your requirements for aluminium windows and doors in new home builds and renovations.

Scope the score. The energy performance rating of windows is a good place to start –and we champion the solar heat gain coefficient standards of our products. These ratings are particularly important when it comes to heating Christchurch homes in winter –when every gain in efficiency puts less dollars on the bill and less stress on the power grid.

Here comes the sun. Passive solar home design is increasingly popular for a very good reason –it makes sense for the environment and for the wallet. With a thorough, expert assessment of your plans we can make suggestions that optimise the strength of the sun.

Take a long hard (easy) look. Aluminium joinery isn’t just strong and light –it’s pretty much maintenance free too. With no need for ongoing painting or cleaning products there’s also less impact on the environment long term.

Thermally Broken

The black polyamide strip running through the middle of the aluminium profile prevents any transfer of heat. This unique development allows your aluminium windows and doors to assist in keeping your home warmer and dryer as well as helping to reduce your energy costs. The contemporary design with its square flat finish allows it to suit all homes and styles. The thermal suite can be used in conjunction with the other window and door suites without a change in the visual appearance.


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