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Warmcore Windows.

Built around a belief that beauty doesn’t have to compromise performance, WarmCore aluminium windows were created out of a desire to combine the desirability and durability of aluminium with unparalleled insulation. The unique, full width thermal core is key to why WarmCore windows are 25% more thermally efficient than traditional aluminium systems.

Built WITH A REVOLUTIONARY thermal core at its heart

Strong and secure, WarmCore windows come
with multi-point locking, internal beading and are backed by a 10 year product guarantee – helping keep you and your home safe. Available as casement or tilt and turn windows, and with a flush sash option that brings the outer frame perfectly level with the opening part of the window – WarmCore windows are the perfect warm, secure and beautiful
addition for your home.

WarmCore, the warmer choice that saves you money.

The traditional weakness of aluminium windows has been the aluminium itself. While a beautifully strong and hard-wearing material, aluminium is a good conductor of energy. Meaning that the warmth from your home finds an easy path outside, leaving you colder and with higher heating bills. Most aluminium systems try to overcome this inherent weakness by replacing a section of aluminium with a small thermal break of less conductive material to lessen this heat loss.

WarmCore took a different approach, from inception this revolutionary window and door system was designed to be as thermally efficient as possible. Built around a full width thermal core – maximising the use of lower conductivity material – WarmCore is 25%* more efficient at keeping heat in your home than traditional aluminium solutions. Yet it doesn’t compromise strength as the outer faces of the profile are high grade aluminium, positioned to add the greatest structural rigidity.

U-Values explained.

A U-Value is basically a measure of heat loss through a structural element. It is calculated on the rate at which heat transfers through 1 square metre of a structure and is stated in W/m2K. U-Values are used by the construction industry to compare the thermal performance of different materials and products.