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Here are three common materials that are currently used in the manufacture of bifold windows aluminium, timber and PVC. Whilst timber has been the traditional choice for these windows, more and
more homeowners are starting to opt for aluminium, seeing it as a far superior material. If you are in the
process of choosing some bifolds for your home and you are unsure about the material that you will use
or what one is best for your needs, you might find this article highly useful in making a final decision.
This is often seen as being the novice's choice when it comes to bifold windows, as it is the more
traditional of the three materials. Whilst timber looks fantastic and can add a sense of warmth to your
home, it doesn't react well under strong sunlight or humidity. There are, of course, varying qualities of
timber on the market, so it is possible to choose a good one. Even so, it is likely that a few years of
severe summers and winters will have a detrimental effect of the wood, leaving it warped and in need of
desperate nourishing Bifold door suppliers Aylesbury.
This is often seen as being the salesman's best friend, as it enables them to mark up the bifold windows
considerably and then to discount them by as much as 50% when the customer hesitates. If you are
willing to spend a little more, you can find PVC frames that have been reinforced with metal. When
purchasing from the lower end of the spectrum, it is likely that you will find good value for money but
will also discover that the quality of the windows is severely lacking; they will feel flimsy and can be
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This is often seen as being the highest quality choice when it comes to bifold windows, as the material is
known to last for a number of years without any issues. To ensure that your windows match the rest of
your home, the aluminium can be powder coated in all the colours of the rainbow, which actually
affords the opening some additional protection. Aluminium is also relatively maintenance free and is
extremely easy to clean, ensuring that homeowners are able to keep it in optimal condition for many
years to come.
Take a moment to compare windows that have been manufactured using each of these materials to see
whether their appearance helps you to make a final decision. More often than not, timber and PVC
feature wider frames that can actually take away from your view (two frames might measure a
combined total of between 8 and 10 inches). Aluminium, on the other hand, has much thinner frames
that are around 2 inches wide and do not impede your view at all Bifold 13 ltd
As you can see, there are a number of benefits associated with the purchase of aluminum bifold
windows over other materials, such as timber and PVC, which makes them well worth the cost. Not only
will these windows last far longer than those manufactured with other materials, they will help you to
make the most of the views afforded to your home. For more information about aluminum bifolds or to
compare these materials further, make sure that you contact a professional who will be able to provide
you with the advice you need.