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IN Series Integral Frame Composite Window

IN Series Integral Frame Composite Window

integral frame composite window

Key Features

Price Range£££££
Typical Lifespan50 years +
Lead Time8-12 weeks
Best U-Value0.75 W/m^2k
External FinishesAluminium - Any Colour
Internal FinishesNatural or Stained/Oiled Wood
Hardwood - Oak, Meranti
Softwood - Larch, Spruce, Slow Grown Pine
Stains & Oils
Painted Wood
Painted Finishes - Any Colour
GlazingDouble, Triple, Solar
Acoustic, Tinted
Construction6 Laminations of Timber
Up to 4 Seals
Welded & Polished Material
Maximum SizesPlease Ask
Manufactured inGermany

As is the norm in Germany, this window is inward-opening, tilt-turn only.

Further Details:

The IN Series integral frame composite window is our integral framed tilt-turn composite window. The powder coated aluminium-wooden structure totally protects the window. Thus, external paint is not necessary on the IN Series. Furthermore, a free draining and free ventilating gap around the aluminium ensures the wooden structure of the window can breath and perform naturally, whilst still maintaining high performance.

This range of wooden-aluminium windows provides a virtually maintenance free product: only requiring periodic washing and lubrication of moving parts. The product offers a much more attractive alternative to UPVC and represents the next generation of windows to future proof your home.

The German manufacture offers unrivalled finishes, performance and longevity. This is a premium priced product for those that only want the best quality available.

The IN Series composite window offers an integral frame with the option of a flush finish. The crisp, modern section creates a modern, contemporary and architectural design.

We can manufacture the aluminium in soft low sheen, matt and to give a soft warm appearance not usually seen on aluminium product. As with most of our composite products, the IN Series integral frame composite window uses water based paints. These substantially delay yellowing or ageing of the paint internally. Hence, we can offer a product with a typical life expectancy of over 50 years.

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