Aluminium Window Range
Aluminium windows offer a durable, stylish and long-term investment to your residential, commercial or industrial property,
so it’s no surprise that aluminium windows are one of the most popular types of windows installed in South Africa. Aluminium windows offer multiple styles, can be easily shaped with their flexible design and customizable options, increase security levels, lower energy bills, are environmentally friendly, provide for easy cleaning solutions and minimal long-term maintenance and are durable and incredibly resistant to the elements.
Here at LTE we offer a wide-range of casement options including;
– 28 Casement Windows
– 30.5 Casement Windows
– 34 Casement Windows
– 38 Casement Windows
Aluminium windows also are capable of accommodating various glass options such as float glass, laminated safety glass,
toughened safety glass and double-glazed glass.
Among the colour options – standard aluminium colours include bronze, charcoal, white powder coated and natural anodized,
however special colours are available on request.
There are multiple style options available to choose from to meet your design requirements:
– Top Hung Window / Awning Casement Window
– Side Hung Window
– Vertical Sliding Windows / Horizontal Sliding Windows
– Vertical Pivot Windows / Horizontal Pivot Windows
– Tilt and Turn Windows
– Louvre Windows / Jalousie Windows
– Fixed Pane Windows
TOP-HUNG ALUMINIUM WINDOWS
Top-hung aluminium windows are a modern and popular alternative to the classic side-hung casement windows.
Top-hung windows are an excellent and sensible choice to add to any space and are life-savers during South African rainy seasons as when opened, they stay open by friction at the angle they have been set to.
SIDE-HUNG ALUMINIUM WINDOWS
Side-hung aluminium windows are the popular contemporary window option.
They can be configured to open outward (casement) or inwards like a door and are a great option if you are looking for a window that allows maximum ventilation and airflow into the space, while having a window that still provides the classic feel.
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL SLIDING ALUMINIUM WINDOWS
Sliding windows are the most often chosen design for windows when an unassuming opening is required in limited space.
The ability to open vertically (up and down) or horizontally (side to side) making sliding windows a sleek and modern design that can suit any space.
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL PIVOT ALUMINIUM WINDOWS
Pivot windows are anchored on a pivot either on the top and bottom or on the sides and in a lot of ways this makes them a more stable option types – particularly in bad weather.
While sleek and simplistic, pivot windows create a bold design statement in modern homes.
TILT AND TURN ALUMINIUM WINDOWS
Tilt & turn windows offer a practical and modern dimension to your home as while most windows opening outwards, tilt & turn windows open inwards, allowing ventilation and offering increased security.
The versatility in being able to open fully inwards (like a normal window) or just have the top tilted makes these a popular and attractive option for any home.
LOUVRE ALUMINIUM WINDOWS
A louvre window or jalousie window is a window that is typically composed of parallel glass or aluminium that is set inside a frame.
The louvres are joined on a track that allows the parallel sections to be tilted open and shut in unison in order to control airflow.
Louvre windows are a great option for those looking to get the maximum airflow – which can be varied and controlled according to how much the sections are opened.
Aluminium only options have seen a significant boom in recent years for their durable and effective security applications in the home. Another increasingly popular option in the dry and warm regions is to get fixed aluminium louvres which create excellent ventilation and cooling throughout the home.
FIXED PANE ALUMINIUM WINDOWS
A fixed-pane or picture window is a window made from a solid, uninterrupted section of glass (usually a larger window) and that is non-operable, meaning that is does not open or close.
Fixed pane windows are usually installed for their scene-enhancing benefits by providing unobstructed views of the areas surroundings. They also allow great amounts of natural light within the area.