Aluminium Windows Norwich

Considering aluminium windows for your Norwich home?

  • Aluminium is a great alternative to uPVC or wooden windows.
  • Homes will look more modern and contemporary with aluminium windows.
  • Long lasting and durable, aluminium windows require virtually zero maintenance.

Design & Thermal Efficiency

When it comes to the aesthetics of our homes, the standards are just as changeable as any other type of fashion or trend.

While wooden windows were in favour for many years, uPVC replaced them with their durability but there’s little doubt that aluminium is often the choice for ultra-modern homes. Aluminium windows are sleek and resilient, offering a life span of up to forty years, giving you a lot for your investment.

While aluminium windows are often more expensive to supply and fit, their thermal efficiency is almost unbeatable. This means that, over time, you’ll see a significant return on your investment in your reduced energy bills.

Aluminium windows use technology that includes a barrier between the inner and outer panes of glass. This allows them to keep the heat inside during colder weather, but also keeps your property cool during the warmer months.

Longer Lasting

If you’re looking for a company who can supply and fit aluminium windows, Norwich has no finer offering than P&K Home Improvements.

We have almost two decades of experience in the window industry, which means that we can give you expert advice and fit your new aluminium windows and doors professionally and efficiently.

We’re a family-run business and we pride ourselves on our ability to please our customers. As far as we’re concerned, a job is not complete until you are 100% happy.

Benefits Over Wood & UPVC

Another reason to opt for aluminium windows is the lack of maintenance needed to keep them looking great.

Aside from keeping the frames clean with soapy water and a microfibre cloth, there really is nothing else you need to do. It’s also one of the most environmentally friendly materials for windows as aluminium is recyclable many times over.

This means that your windows could be made from a can you once drank out of, or even parts which were once on an aeroplane!