From double glazing and flush glazing to windows and doors for residential and commercial settings
Alumax Systems offers residential customers a wide range of aluminium joinery products manufactured right here in Feilding. These include:
- custom-made aluminium windows and doors
- double glazing window insulation
- thermally broken aluminium joinery for a warmer, drier home.
Perhaps you need commercial aluminium joinery? Alumax Systems can fabricate, manufacture and install:
- entire walls of glass using a technique called flush glazing
- automatic sliding door systems for areas of high traffic
- glass and aluminium partition walls for office interiors
- exterior architectural louvres to help shade your building's interior
- noise-proof and toughened windows and doors
- robust aluminium framing for commercial shopfronts.
Architects and builders throughout Manawatu are encouraged to discuss your client's specifications with one of the team at Alumax Systems, so get in touch.
What is the difference between double glazing and flush glazing?
Double glazing is a very popular choice for homeowners who want to reduce heat loss and your monthly power bill while retaining natural light into your home. Double glazing also reduces external noise pollution to further enhance quality living. Spending money on double glazing should be viewed as an investment with great returns.
Flush glazing is an entirely different product. This type of glazing allows for glass to be the main feature. The glass is set in a channel which is then set flush with the frame at the top of the channel. The result is the appearance of floor to ceiling glass (the aluminium frame is barely visible).
Why include a thermal break in your aluminium joinery?
While aluminium is low maintenance, strong and adaptable to a variety of situations, the material itself is conductive, which means that heat can pass through it. By adding a thermal break or insulation to your aluminium windows or doors, the transfer of the outside temperature to the inside part of the aluminium is greatly reduced. This not only increases your energy efficiency but also helps combat condensation build up after long winter nights. Additionally, thermal breaks can have the added benefit of reducing sound reduction by dampening vibration.