Aluminium Steel Replacement
  • Gemini Windows In Wooden Subframes

    Gemini Windows In Wooden Subframes

  • Putty Line Window

    Putty Line Window

  • Stepped Look Bay

    Stepped Look Bay

Aluminium Steel Replacement Windows

All our aluminium steel replacement windows are double-glazed and incorporate a thermal break which helps to reduce condensation and improves thermal efficiency.

We offer a wide range of steel replacement windows:

Putty line steel replacement windows are designed as a slim-line and thermally-efficient replacement for steel windows. If you have a period property, these are ideal, as the steel lookalike profile will maintain the character and integrity of the property.

Stepped look heritage window is an aluminium, slim-line window which replicates traditional steel replacement windows. These glazed windows are secure and can be fitted into either existing or new timber frames, and directly into brick or stone surrounds. It is available in either an equal leg or an odd-leg profile.

Royale Steel replacement window is our new Royale product which comes with a standard 32.5mm profile depth. This makes it easy to fit as a typical original steel window, which has a 25mm depth, and is the slimmest depth aluminium replacement window currently on the market.

Gemini aluminium steel replacement window is made from aluminium, and is the slimmest thermally broken A-rated metal window available. It comes in a range of styles, including an Art Deco style, incorporating putty line horizontal astragal bars.

For more information about steel replacement windows, visit our steel replacement windows page 

Or if you wish to learn more, see product samples, or arrange a free consultation, contact You Choose Windows today.

 

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