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Our aluminium windows boast the very latest technology – the mark of any Everest product, and Everest Aluminium Windows give you the following benefits:
The aluminium profile is insulated with a Polyamide core, designed specifically to prevent heat transfer through the frame and combined with a 20mm Argon-filled gap to minimise heat loss.
The 20mm Argon-filled gap within the double glazing, combined with a double rebated design and double draft-resistant seals keep more noise out.
Available in a choice of colours, including a dual colour option of black outside and white inside. You can even choose from a variety of glazing options, such as internal georgian bars, leaded and coloured glass designs.
A naturally durable material, aluminium will never rot, rust, peel or flake so little maintenance is required. You can even choose self-cleaning glass too!
There is a 25-year guarantee against discolouration on the aluminium profile and a lifetime guarantee against fog and condensation between the panes of the sealed unit.
For more inspiration explore our vast range of window materials and styles in our window galleriesView windows gallery »
A closed white sliding window with an open hinge window in front of it
A grey sliding window with silver handles, a white hinged window in front of it
The bottom left corner of white window with a white sill, set into a brown brick wall
A: They provide great strength within a thinner frame, meaning they come with a clean and tidy appearance whilst also allowing a great deal of light into the home. They are also maintenance free, with a 25-year guarantee on the aluminium frame.
A: If you live in a listed building or conservation area, you may not be legally allowed to replace the original windows. This can be problematic as old window technologies are often poor in terms of energy efficiency, meaning the comfort levels of your home can suffer by being draughty and noisy. Secondary glazing can help solve these problems without changing the external look of your building.
Our windows really are the perfect addition to any home. But don't just take our word for it. See what some of our many satisfied customers have had to say.
Improving your home can represent a substantial investment and because of this, we offer comprehensive guarantees that give you added peace of mind. And should you sell your property, the guarantees can be transferred to the new owner too!