How to maintain aluminium frames?

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Cleaning and maintaining aluminium windows and doors is easy and hassle free

All you need to do to keep your windows and doors looking their very best is to wash them down a few times a year to get rid of any dirt or dust. That’s all there is to it. They don’t crack or fade in the sun and there’s no scrubbing or painting required – leaving you more time to relax and enjoy your view.

Thanks to its strength, durability and quality, you have probably considered aluminium as a material for your new windows and doors. But did you know how easy it is to clean and maintain these frames?

Aluminium windows and doors frames require very little maintenance over time. Regular cleaning will always ensure that your aluminium window and door frames are maintained to a high standard, without the need to use a deep cleaning product. Indeed, a simple household detergent and warm water rubbed over the frames with a damp cloth will do the work.

Aluminium window and doors frames are usually powder-coated, making them durable, long-lasting, and weather resistant. For this reason, they are barely influenced by the climatic elements and keep their qualities and aesthetics throughout their lifetime. Despite being a metal, aluminium will also not rust, corrode, or rot, reducing the need for re-painting and re-vanishing.

Having to spend less time on cleaning and maintaining your aluminium windows and doors, now you can spend more time with your loved ones at home.


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Why aluminium for windows and doors?

Aluminium is regarded as one of the best materials when it comes to durability, aesthetics and security of windows and doors.  Aluminium is also strong but lightweight. This allows slim window frames and larger expanses of glass, creating panoramic view and flooding your home with natural light. Let's look at the importance of choosing aluminium as a material for your windows and doors.

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