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Aluminium Timber Composite Windows Soaring in Popularity

A recent Palmer Market Research report puts the value of the timber aluminium composite window market at £77 million with significant growth set to continue to at least 2019.

Specialist aluminium clad timber window systems company, AluWood, isn’t surprised by this prediction and sees this as the perfect opportunity for fabricators and installers to win sales in this market.

“The soaring popularity of the timber aluminium composite window market makes this a prime opportunity for fabricators to enhance their product range,” says Callum Grant, Commercial Director at AluWood. “Reports including Palmer show a continued increase in sales of wood windows with aluminium clad a significant percent of this growth. We believe much of this growth is driven by homeowners and self-builders looking for windows which look great and are lower maintenance.

“We have engineered a window system which provides the modern look and low maintenance of aluminium on the outside, with the warm cosy effect timber provides on the inside. Homeowners are demanding more sophisticated window systems to bring style to their home.”

AluWood is looking to grow its network of fabricator partners around the UK to bring the benefits of its aluminium clad timber window system to homeowners. The system can be used to fabricate top, or side hung flush casement windows, as well as reversible windows. It’s design makes it easy to manufacture and install.

Callum adds, “Whilst the price of a PVCu window has stagnated since the year 2000, the price for wood windows has doubled, this shows how wood windows can bring real value to fabricators.”

AluWood’s aluminium clad timber windows are perfectly suited to modern and contemporary properties, from new homes to extensions, as well as being a popular choice for commercial projects.



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