Aluminium’s strength and durability make it an ideal material for doors. It offers a beautiful modern appearance that can boost the aesthetic of homes from any era. This natural strength combined with our high-tech multipoint locking system will keep your home secure and safe from intrusion.
The benefits of aluminium make it perfect for use in lift & slide, sliding patio and bifold doors. The robust frames offer great sightlines, resulting in a bigger area of glass for improved aesthetics. It also allows more light into your home and offers unrivalled views of the outside world. Aluminium is also a lightweight material, allowing for outstanding ease of use.
Protecting your home
Aluminium’s natural insulating properties and the door’s intelligent design result in a finished product that can stand up to even the harshest weather conditions. The doors are also impervious to rot or rust making them ideal for the Irish climate.
Our aluminium doors are not only aesthetically enhancing, but they are also extremely practical when it comes to energy efficiency. With U-Values as low as 1.4 W/m2K and thermally broken frames, you will instantly see your energy bills reduce! The thermal break that is positioned between the inside and outside of the aluminium frame is a reinforced polyamide bar. The break creates an insulated barrier that effectively reduces temperature transfer, which attains and exceeds modern building regulations for energy efficiency.
Aluminium is an extremely sustainable building material: aluminium window and doors can be fully recycled when they are ready to be replaced! With 75% of all aluminium ever produced still in use today, you can help towards a greener future!
Multi-point locking systems
Aluminium is one of the most robust building materials and in addition to its durability, our beautiful aluminium profiles are fitted with multi-point locks and are Secured by Designed accredited. Tested to the highest standards, our luxurious aluminium doors provide complete peace of mind.
Bifold or french doors? Pros & Cons