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Aluminium casement windows are made with our slimmest frames, to allow more light to flood into your home. Offering a perfect contemporary style and unique frame design with style grooves, available in a range of contemporary colours to give your home a sophisticated, modern style.
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Aluminium windows give you a wonderful modern look and slim profile thanks to the great strength of the metal. Regular sight lines are built in as standard, so each window looks the same, regardless of whether it opens or is fixed.
Project: Buntingford HouseStyled by: Jane EllisonPhotographer: David Wilson
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Looking more closely at the same property, you can see the elegance of the black aluminium casement design, complete with rectangular leaded glazing of the Georgian bars.
Viewed from the inside, you can see how the white interiors add light, together with the flexibility you gain from having both side opening and tilting windows.
When seen from this angle, the thin profile and advanced security features become more evident. All of our aluminium windows feature multi-point locking mechanisms, together with lockable ventilation and internal glazing beads. Not surprisingly, they don’t just meet British Standards for security, they exceed them.
One of the biggest advantages of these windows is that they are essentially maintenance-free, and come with a 25-year guarantee on the aluminium frame. It’s just another way in which we ensure that peace of mind is built in.
The thinner frame helps reduce your energy bills, while the internal glass reflects heat back inside your home. Like all of our windows, our aluminium designs are made to measure to ensure a perfect fit. We also use an aluminium trim round the edge for extra neatness.
The aluminium windows shown here are on one of our conservatories, and are coupled with bi-fold doors to the right of the picture. The low iron outer glass pane delivers greater clarity, while the frames fit directly into the brickwork to give a wonderful modern appearance.
Project: Bradford-on-Avon HouseStyled by: Ann BroadPhotographer: Colin Poole
You can’t really see it, but the 20mm argon-filled gap within the double glazing plus the double draft-resistant seals do amazing work at keeping out draughts and noise, while ensuring the warmth stays inside. Even the aluminium design has a special polyamide core to prevent heat loss.
This homeowner has opted for simple white frames, together with Georgian bars to provide a beautiful mix of the traditional and contemporary, and perfectly offsetting the roof trim. Naturally durable and low maintenance, you can even opt for self-cleaning glass.
Project: Tenterden House
Up close, the elegance of the slim profile and the even sight lines becomes evident. Yet the narrowness of the design still allows for the 20mm gap between the glazing, and the multi-point locking system is designed to exceed British Standards.
Everest aluminium windows are made bespoke for you, with a range of options and colours to choose from.
Everest aluminium windows are available in a range of one colour options, with the same tone on the inside and out. You can choose a two colour window, with white on the inside and Black on the exterior.
Black & White
Everest aluminium casement windows are fitted with a modern handle design, available in a range of colours and offering flawless operation and outstanding quality.
Black Offset Handle
White Offset Handle
Graphite Offset Handle
Gold Offset Handle
Chrome Offset Handle
Everything from highly energy-efficient double glazing to types of glass including decorative, obscure and noise reducing glass, which is market leading for sound reduction.
Double GlazingDouble-glazed windows comprise of two panes of glass that are separated by a spacer bar. The layer of air or gas sandwiched between the panes provides an insulation barrier against noise and heat loss, helping you to maintain a warmer, quieter home.Read more >
ObscureA range of patterns available with different levels of privacy to suit your needs. Ideal for bathrooms bedrooms or anywhere else you want privacy. Read more >
DecorativeManufactured in a variety of ways to give a wide choice of patterns, textures and colours, decorative glass effects can be created on double glazing window panels by silvering, tinting, acid-etching or applying ceramic paints. ecorative glass looks beautiful in top hung fan lights (the top sashes of casement windows), as well as feature windows in halls and stairwells.
Noise Reducing GlassSound reduction glass is another form of laminated glass that has a special polymer layer which has been engineered to absorb sound waves and reduce noise pollution from entering your home.Read more >
ToughenedDesigned and toughened to shatter into fragments if shattered for enhanced safety. Regulations dictate when this must be used but can be installed anywhere. Safety glass required below or partly below 1500mm for doors and side-panels within or partly within 300mm of a door and below or partly below 800mm for windows.Read more >
Security Laminated GlassEverest’s 6.4mm & 6.8mm laminated security glass surpasses every security standard on glass with an extra layer of laminate for added security. Laminated glass offers significant performance benefits over non-laminated glass. The layer inthe centre is made from PVB, polyvinyl butyral.Read more >
LeadedStylish strips of lead are a purely visual benefit that can be added to your window in order to make it more aesthetically pleasing. There are a range of leaded glass options that suit both modern and traditional houses, including square and diamond designs.
Georgian BarsThe perfect solution for traditional or conservation properties, Georgian bars visually divide the glazing units into smaller panes of glass. Everest Internal Georgian bars are fitted within the sealed unit, between the panes of glass for easy cleaning.
Traditional framing options give you a choice of equal sightlines for a balanced look, while contemporary allows panes and openings to vary in size.
Aluminium windows can be placed within a timber sub-frame by fixing the window into a timber frame before being attached to the reveal. This means sightlines are slightly more restricted, however the slim profile of the aluminium balances this out. The main advantage of the timber sub-frame is that it adds a traditional sophisticated aesthetic.
A bay window is an arrangement of three or more individual window units. A bay window adds a projection to the wall which can be stood in, adding a stylish look from the outside and a great place to sit and relax on the inside.
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Aluminium casement windows are the perfect choice for a contemporary feel. The slim frame allows for a larger glass area.
Aluminium's strength is its great looks – but its weakness is its conductivity. At Everest, we have the experience to reduce this problem. We use all the technology at our disposal to limit transfer by incorporating a polyamide thermal break, a warm edge space bar between the panes and fitting Low-E glass as standard.
Our aluminium windows offer excellent security features. Internal beading prevents the removal of glass from the outside, a multi-point lock and a key lockable handle that locks in a night vent position. So your home can be kept ventilated without compromising security.
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In theory yes but we would not advise it as the best look will come from the original finish. Our windows are power coated which creates a very hard and resilient finish which should easily last for 20 years or more.
Aluminium tends to be stronger than uPVC, which means that the frame of an aluminium window can have a slimmer profile and larger glass surface compared to its uPVC equivalent. However, aluminium conducts heat and cold and so is not as thermally efficient as wood or uPVC which are far better at reducing temperature transfer through the frame.
Although aluminium windows are strong and very attractive, the material has a weakness in regards to conductivity. At Everest we use our years of experience to reduce this problem. An Everest aluminium window is engineered with a polyamide thermal break (to reduce heat transfer), a warm space bar between the panes and Low-E glass fitted as standard.
If you live in a listed property, when replacing any window, you first have to get consent from your local authority. There will be regulations stipulated to what materials i.e. timber frames and or sash style etc. Usually the stipulation is replacing like-for-like. There are a number of aluminium windows that can be made to match suitable properties. First step is to check with your local authority.
Unfortunately not. Aluminium windows have evolved over recent years, providing a stylish and sleek designs. If your property is particularly cold or susceptible to harsh weather conditions, then we would recommend installing triple glazing on uPVC windows.
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