Wood Windows and Doors
Benefits of Wood Windows and Doors
- Beautiful appearance with a natural, warm finish
- Natural insulator, decreases energy expenses
- Durable and long-lasting material
- A sustainable, eco-friendly resource
Wood frames are a natural insulator that shut out the cold and preserve warmth, lowering energy costs.
When it comes to making the decision of whether you should invest in wood windows, the appeal appearance of the wood brings usually is what tops the list. It’s difficult to find windows that look better than that of the aesthetic of solid, naturally grainy wood. The beauty of using wood is that no two pieces are alike. Depending on the kind of wood used and the varnis0 that is applied, the ultimate result will reflect a wide range of colors, textures, and patterns.
Not only is wood preferable for its natural beauty, but it’s also for how it takes paint and varnishes. Whereas other materials might have the tendency of being a bit of a pain to varnish, requiring a multitude of specialized paints in order to get the color to adhere the color to the material, wood accepts most paints with ease. Painting and varnishing the wood window frames will guarantee that they continue to stay durable and long-lasting. In comparison to harder materials such as steel or aluminum, wood has tremendous longevity, and can be expected to last for decades, if not centuries, if properly cared for.
Wood is also a great insulator—if not the best. When compared to other competitor construction materials (such as vinyl and aluminum), far ahead of the game. High-quality wood frames outperform their counterparts by delivering 400 times the insulation than of steel and upward of 1800 times the insulation of aluminum windows.
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