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Altex Glazing Systems Ltd (Trading as Altex UK)


The Altex Building
58 Tailors Court
Robert Leonard Business Park
Temple Farm

Phone Number:

01702 602 220


01702 602 215



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Altex Glazing Systems Ltd (Trading as Altex UK) of 58 Tailors Court Robert Leonard Business Park. Double glazing frames are usually in one in all three supplies: uPVC (or PVCu), aluminium, or hardwood.

As part of the service your double glazing firm gives, a surveyor will take a look at your property and advise you as to which materials can be best. They need to be capable of present samples for you to have a look at, both in your own dwelling, or in a showroom. If this is not attainable, then they are able to present you other installations locally that can show you the variations between the three materials.

Other than the looks of the completely different materials, which can affect your choice, every materials has its own advantages.

Advantages of different double glazing materials

1. uPVC

This is probably the most common materials these days. Its important advantages are:

it doesn’t corrode or rot
it has very excessive insulating properties
it doesn’t discolour when exposed to mild
it requires no maintenance aside from cleaning
it can be completed in a variety of colors (although not each provider will provide this)

2. Aluminium

Aluminium is much less widespread than uPVC, however it has barely different advantages. Its insulating properties usually are not fairly as good as uPVC however a few of the different benefits may outweigh this for you. Listed here are a number of the benefits:

it does not corrode
it is low upkeep
it does not require painting
it may be coated in any RAL colour
it does not warp or twist
it is rather sturdy, certainly stronger than uPVC or wood

3. Hardwood

Hardwood (timber) is a extremely engaging material. Although many people who are putting in double glazing are changing picket window frames, it is still a viable option for double glazed units. Hardwood has an a variety of benefits, including:

It fits in nicely with older properties and is more likely to get agreement for properties in conservation areas than other supplies are
Models are handled with preservatives in the factory
A spread of stains and colours can be found
If maintained, it is extremely hardwearing and lasts well
It is rather secure
It is an eco-friendly material

The selection of fabric is really as much as you and a great surveyor will be capable of offer you advice. He or she will look at your property, listen to your needs and reply your questions before advising you on which double glazing material he or she thinks would suit you best. Give Altex Glazing Systems Ltd (Trading as Altex UK) a call to discuss your requirements.

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