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WarmCore Aluminium Windows

DIY2Go are pleased to now offer the latest quality range of high quality warm aluminium windows. WarmCore windows are built around a belief that beauty can sit in harmony and doesn't have to compromise performance. WarmCore windows were created out of a desire to combine the desirability and durability of aluminium with unparalleled insulation. The unique full width thermal core is key to why WarmCore windows are 25% more thermally efficient than traditional aluminium systems. Strong and secure, WarmCore windows come with multi-point locking, internal beading and are backed by a 10 year product guarantee - helping keep you and your home safe. The stunning windows are available as casement or tilt and turn windows, and with a flush sash option that brings the outer frame perfectly level with the opening part of the window - WarmCore windows are the perfect warm, secure and beautiful addition for your home.

WarmCore Windows

Whether you are tucked up inside watching Netflix with your WarmCore windows protecting you from the elements, or have your windows flung wide open on a hot Summer’s day you can be assured your high performance aluminium windows will look pristine. With clean, modern lines, WarmCore creates windows with a refined and understated beauty. Perfectly suited to modern architecture as well as replacement projects, from large fixed pane ‘picture windows’ to windows with multiple openers, WarmCore has it covered. Attention has even been paid to how the window sashes look when open, with the black full-width thermal core creating a neat and thought-through appearance.

WarmCore Aluminium Window Quotations

If you would like a quotation or further information on colours available, glass types, or design configuration options, please contact us for a no obligation, no pressure discussion with one of our technical specialists on 0161 320 3000 or Email Us

 

WarmCore Windows Brochure

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