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Lanzarote Aluminium Windows – Replacement UPVC and Aluminium Windows..

Lanzarote Aluminium Windows and

Aluminium Doors by Natura Design

We supply and fit custom built Lanzarote aluminium windows and UPVC windows in all shapes, coloures and sizes.

It is recommended that an expert be consulted when replacing your aluminium windows. This is not a do it yourself project, while removing your old windows and installing new ones may seem like an easy job, it is typically not. It is extremely important to make sure that the windows and doors are installed correctly. For example, as experts, we will remove your old windows and doors and replace them with made to measure replacements, using the same design if needed or design new modern aluminium doors and windows. We will make repairs to any masonry work, including enlarging structural openings and repaint the walls leaving the property as good as new.

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Our aluminium windows come in 13 different colours and more than 110 finishes.

Powder Coating

Powder coating leaves a highly resistant surface, resistant to severe atmospheric conditions, a process that covers the aluminium with an organic coating.


With this process, an artificial increase of up to a thousand times the thickness of the normal aluminium oxide coating is achieved. Ideal for sea side properties.

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Lanzarote aluminium windows

Lanzarote aluminium windows

When you start looking into options for new replacement Lanzarote aluminium windows and doors, you might feel as if you’ve just fallen through the looking glass. In today’s shrinking world full of expanding solutions, it often seems as if it’s easier to stay in bed and pull up the covers than figure out thorny problems like which is the best kind of window or door for you.

Do you live in a place with extreme temperatures? Your new window’s thermal performance will be of utmost importance to you. Wondering about condensation and seepage? With that on the top of your list, your choices will be considerably narrowed. Must the new frames match a color exactly? That may very well be the deciding factor. Down and around, and on and on it goes.

In the list below, Natura designs has gathered together some informative data to help you see the benefits of aluminum windows. We hope this will help you—while you’re wandering around on your journey—to find your destination before you start yelling, “Off with my head!”

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Advantages of aluminum frames

  • Slim Profile
  • Durable
  • Narrow sight lines
  • Low Maintenance
  • Light yet strong

Lanzarote aluminum windows and doors can be configured into a wide variety of combinations. The narrowness of the frame places the focus on the glass and subsequently, the view it offers. Multi-panel door systems are often made with aluminum frames to facilitate indoor/outdoor living.

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Our aluminum frames are available in anodized or baked-on finishes for long lasting color. Sealed, mechanically joined corners stay square and true over years of use.
The old style Aluminum windows are recommended in see front homes for while the material is water resistant, it can suffer corrosion from salt water and salt air. The corrosion affects hardware operation and frame performance, but with todays technology that is a thing of the past.

When considering replacement windows or doors, aluminum replacement can be a great choice. When talking about aluminum windows there are two different types.
A full aluminum window which is aluminum on the inside of the window and outside. And aluminum clad windows, which has a wood frame with an aluminum cladding that faces the outside.
While aluminum replacement windows are not the most cost-effective form of replacement window, there are many benefits of aluminum windows. They are extremely durable and are great choice if you live in warm climates.

Typically, when talking about residential properties most homeowners will go with the aluminum Powder coating finish windows.
Every situation is different and depending on where you live is going to determine the best choice for you.

Some of our residential clients have asked about replacing their existing aluminum windows with new aluminum windows. You may ask why, as many homeowners have opted to upgrade to newer Fiberglass or Vinyl materials, which tend to offer higher efficiency and endurance. Typically, the primary reason is that these homeowners are seeking to maintain the contemporary look of their home. Also, aluminum windows often have thinner frames that maximize viewing area, and with silver (clear anodized) or dark bronze frames, they provide a modern and commercial character to a building.

Replacing your Lanzarote aluminium windows and doors

When it comes to replacing your aluminium windows there are several things to consider. Experts state that every type of replacement window comes with both pros and cons. If you have been comfortable with your aluminum door up to this point, you may want to stick with aluminium and simply choose a stronger, better quality aluminium frame for the home.

Consider searching for the different types of replacement window info available online, this will provide you with information about the pros and cons of each type of window and will help you choose the right one for your home and area that you live in. Different materials are better used in different areas based on the weather the area has. This is extremely important to consider when choosing your new windows.

Aluminum replacement windows are best suited for warm climates

Aluminum replacement windows have dropped to near-niche status. However, experts say that in certain climates and for certain homes, Lanzarote aluminium windows deserve a second look.
The major reasons for aluminum’s low popularity in cold climates are its much lower energy efficiency compared to most other replacement window types, including wood, clad-wood, vinyl and fiberglass. That leads to more heat transferred to the outside during cold days, and condensation – and in extreme cases even frost – forming on the inside, especially if low-efficiency glass is also used.

To combat their propensity to transfer heat, Natura Design recommends that, “If you decide to install aluminum windows, be sure the ones you order are equipped with a thermal break in the frame.” Those place an insulating material between the inside and outside of the aluminum frame, greatly improving energy efficiency, though it will still fall behind that of other replacement windows. If getting the best energy efficiency from your Lanzarote aluminium windows is a concern, homeowners should opt for the highest efficiency glass that the window vendor offers.

Still, those living in areas subject to cold temperatures in the winter should probably use Lanzarote UPVC windows, and many vendors will not offer their aluminum window products in regions where they won’t meet local energy codes. However, aluminum replacement windows can make for a reasonable choice for those living in milder climates, such as Lanzarote, experts say that aluminum replacement windows have some significant advantages if they work in your climate.

For starters, Lanzarote aluminium windows are lightweight, yet very strong and they can withstand high winds as well as temperature extremes without losing their integrity. “For homeowners living in areas prone to hurricanes and high winds, impact-resistant aluminum windows have grown in appeal over the years.” notes Angie Hicks, publisher of the Angie’s List website. She says that, while impact-resistant vinyl replacement windows are available, they generally cost more than aluminum.

Experts also note that modern aluminum windows are a far cry from the less-than-well-regarded ones of the not-too-distant past. Most recently, aluminum windows have actually become the darlings of some architects and builders for their clean lines and strength, allowing for thin frames and larger expanses of glass. They are also a fitting choice for many mid-century homes. “If your house was originally built with the old style Lanzarote aluminium windows — most postwar houses from the mid-1950s through the 1980s were — there’s no question that new-generation aluminum windows will be your best aesthetic choice for replacement.