With a density twice as high as PVC, a hybrid PVC-aluminum window allies performance and durability. Thanks to its contemporary looks and revolutionary design, it offers exceptional quality, regardless of the size or style of the window you’re replacing.
A hybrid PVC-aluminum window is constructed on a PVC base. The PVC on the inside is then overlaid with aluminum on the outside. This type of window was created to satisfy the consumer demand for a product that combines the finish of aluminum with the advantages of PVC.
The advantages of hybrid PVC-aluminum windows
The aluminum overlay on these hybrid windows offers a top-of-the-line solution for those looking for maximum energy efficiency. In fact, the base of the window, made from PVC, offers maximum insulation, as the material isn’t a conductor, while the aluminum provides impressive durability and a finish that’s extremely resistant to the elements, without warping from the heat of the sun, regardless of the color of the frame. As a result, it’s an excellent option if your future windows are going to be a dark color. Considering that PVC windows offer an excellent thermal break and that the aluminum overlay contributes to their structural rigidity, hybrid windows are ideal for large openings.
- Low maintenance
If you’d like a window with high energy efficiency, optimal structural rigidity and a premium finish, a hybrid PVC-aluminum window is quite simply the one for you. Whether you’re looking for a casement window, awning window, sash window or sliding window, our hybrid windows are available in a wide range of styles, colors and formats. Come choose yours at one of our locations and get a free estimate for your project on-site.