If you’re looking for a high-performance window with durability and longevity but still want the charm and character of timber internally, a composite window could be the answer. Available in a wide range of styles and specifications, composite windows are sometimes referred to as ‘alu-clad timber windows’ as they combine exterior cladding (usually aluminium) with a timber core.

 

The result is a window that maintains the integrity of a timber window, while the aluminium casing provides an extra layer of protection in the severest of conditions, extending the maintenance-free period. When it comes to balancing style and performance, composite windows really can’t be beaten.

 

At Grand Openings, we only work with the best. Which is why all of our composite windows are provided by NorDan. Founded in western Norway in 1926, today NorDan are one of the most popular manufacturers of windows and doors in Europe.

 

NorDan’s range includes the likes of Top Hung, Tilt & Turn and Multi-Sash windows, as well as combination windows, so you can mix and match your styles. Not only that, they offer specialist composite windows for your home, such as hurricane-proof StormGuard windows and windows with in-built Air Vents. Both double and triple glazing are options as standard too.

 

As well as featuring enhanced soundproofing, NorDan windows are also famed for their thermal efficiency. This means customers with NorDan windows use significantly less energy to heat up their home and get a stable indoor climate with a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.

 

If you’d like to find out more about aluminium and timber Composite Windows, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Call us on 0800 042 0235 or drop us an email at sales@grandopenings.co.uk. Alternatively, if you’d like to speak to one of our team in person, pop into our new showroom in Walton-on-the-Hill.

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