What Are Aluclad Windows?

A Low-Maintenance Contemporary Window Solution

What Are Aluclad Windows?

21 August 2020

What Are Aluclad Windows? Are They A Good Investment?

A common question we get at Signature is – what are aluclad windows? Are they a good solution for my home?

In this blog we’re going to go over the components of aluclad windows, the features and benefits and discuss if they’re a good fit for your home.

Grey Aluclad Windows

The Anatomy of Aluclad Windows

Aluminium clad wood (aka aluclad windows) comprise of a low-maintenance aluminium cladding exterior and natural timber interior. The wood interior gives you all the benefits of timber windows while being protected by the aluminium exterior.

AluClad-Casement-Window-Cross-Section

Aluclad windows are very popular for contemporary homes in Ireland. The slim profiles combined with the natural timber interiors offer a minimalistic appeal and warmth for your interiors. Aluclad windows are noted for their flush tight exterior finish.

The Main Features & Benefits Of Aluclad Windows Are:

  • Slim Profiles: The frames of premium aluclad windows are very slim and aesthetically pleasing.
  • Sustainability & Maintenance: The aluminium cladding exterior protects the wood interior and provides a low-maintenance solution.
  • Impermeable Water-Tightness: Signature’s Aluminium Clad Wood Casement Windows consist of a black thermal-break polymer which enhances insulation performance by at least 35% and doubles overall water-tightness in comparison to other aluclad windows.
  • Excellent Energy Performance: Signature’s premium aluclad windows can reach U-Values as low as 0.65 w/m2k which offers outstanding thermal performance and comfort for your home.
  • Dramatic Sizes: Create large uninterrupted openings without the use of unsightly breaks.

Slim Aluclad Windows Ireland

Explore Your Aluclad Window & Door Options With Signature


Signature offers premium aluclad windows & doors in a range of styles including push-out casement/awning, tilt & turn, fixed, lift & slide, french and entrance doors.

Click on the link below to learn more.

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