Your home says a lot about you as a person, and the kerb appeal of your home will have an impact on every guest you invite to your home. This snapshot of your home upon approach is the first thing your guests will remember, so it needs to be as pleasing to the eye as possible.
It will also have an effect on those walking or driving past, as well as potential buyers of your home if you are looking at selling your property.
If you are thinking of selling, consider this: The most important feature that could affect the value of your house was the design and quality of the windows. It is essential that they match the style of the house and consideration is given to the material that had been used to make them.
Contemporary homes are becoming increasingly popular in cities, towns and villages all over the world. A new era of technology and home automation has created homes with a new style.
In a philosophical sense, windows provide us with light and insight. In a spiritual sense a window it is a symbol of possibilities, understanding and hope. We think that windows deserve your attention and consideration, especially if you are wanting to upgrade your home to keep up with today’s society.
Aluminium window frames are making a comeback; No doubt because of their long term durability and strength that outlives uPVC and wooden frames twofold, but also because they have a style that is becoming complementary to a lot of modern-day properties.
Most modern houses have uPVC windows installed. These are awfully characterless and can be somewhat of an eyesore, which isn’t something that you want when you are trying to make your home as attractive as possible. uPVC window frames tend to be very thick and bulky, which can stand out, even more, when they are bright white.
When it comes to modern window frames, the thinner they are the better, because this maximises light and views around your property. It’s proven that light makes us humans feel alive and content, so don’t you think it’s a good idea to let as much of that be as possible? Because aluminium frames are able to be slimmer, they are the perfect kind of frame for those that want less frame and more glass!
Colour is also an added bonus of using aluminium frames. Unlike uPVC frames which mainly come in the white, black, grey or wooden finish, aluminium frames can create a stunning contemporary feel in a huge range of colours and shades. Even the natural brushed aluminium is very effective in modern properties, especially those in warehouse conversions or old industrial areas.
Aluminium window frames are certainly the go-to option for a lot of homeowners that want the contemporary look. Please have a look at the glazing options that we have available for these kinds of frames.