Art Deco originated in the 1920’s with slim steel windows becoming popular throughout the 1930’s. Recognised by their smooth lines and geometric shapes, Art Deco Windows are popular nowadays as they offer homeowners a clean, streamlined look for their home.
Whilst some heritage houses have retained the original 1930’s metal windows, they are often single glazed, in need of a coat of paint and can be draughty. Homeowners are delighted when we can offer a replacement slim window with symmetrical slim sightlines, manufactured from modern, durable aluminium, which is in-keeping with the existing aesthetics of the home. We regularly install aluminium Art Deco windows in homes in and around Birmingham, Solihull and Stoke-On-Trent and find that they look equally good in both traditional and new-build properties.
Aluminium is the perfect material for manufacturing windows as it is lightweight, strong and durable with the added benefit of requiring very little maintenance to ensure the windows continue to look good and perform well. All that is required is a wipe clean every now and again.
We can supply Art Deco windows in a wide range of colours, with the option of one colour inside and a different colour on the outside.
Windows can be top hung, side hung, fixed or tilt turn and are secured by a multi-point locking system which can be specified to meet PAS 24 security levels. You can choose either a ‘Bulb End’ or a ‘Monkey Tail’ handle in a wide range of RAL colours to complement your windows, or choose from anodised shades of gold, bronze, silver, grey or black.
Modern Art Deco Windows offer excellent thermal performance and achieve U-Values of 1.5 W/m²K with a double-glazed unit filled with argon gas. We can supply windows with an arched shape or angled frame, made to bespoke dimensions for your unique project.
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