Aluminium Windows

Pro Aluminium is one of the leading manufacturers of aluminium windows in Durban, with a complete service including professional installation.  Aluminium windows  today have become indispensable in the construction of modern buildings, both commercial and domestic, satisfying the increased requirements for  functionality, design and weather protection. The various  aluminium profiles and systems also offer enormous scope for designers and creative architects.

Due to the ingenious method of manufacture, using primarily extruded aluminium lengths,  aluminum windows can be made in a number of different styles including sliding windows, fixed pane windows, projected windows (also called casement windows or sash windows) generally available as top-hung or side-hung windows, arched windows or round windows, double-glazed windows, cottage pane windows and  other custom style windows.

If you are considering Aluminium windows for your home, office or other architectural project, you will be happy to learn of the various advantages they offer.

Advantages of aluminium windows:

  • Easy maintenance and operation
  • Available in anodised finish, in a range of powder coated colours, or in wood-look coatings.
  • Can be fitted with a wide range of glass options – with different characteristics, thicknesses and colours
  • Available in custom sizes, up to extremely large sizes
  • Various innovative styles, and different ways of opening
  • High performance, long service life
  • Resistant against corrosion, distortion and other harmful effects of the environment
  • Well insulated against sound and increment weather
  • They can be manufactured with various security features:  burglar resistant, fire resistant and bullet resistant

At Pro Aluminium and Glass, we offer the following types of aluminum window solutions. Please click on the  links below to be taken to the relevant pages.

Projected Windows

Projected aluminium windows are also sometimes called casement windows or sash windows. They are differentiated  from fixed windows or sliding windows by the fact that they have ‘leafs’ or ’sashes’ that swing out from the window’s outer frame. Casement windows can take one of two forms – top-hung or side-hung. (Click here for more details, pictures and specs).

Sliding windows

Sliding windows are the natural option if you are looking for a sleek finish or if your space does not allow for sashes projecting outwards. They are equally suited to homes and office buildings, bringing an aesthetic yet highly functional feature to the structure. Sliding windows can take one of two forms – horizontal sliding windows (where the sashes slide left and right), and vertical sliding windows (sashes slide up or down). If you are looking to enclose a large opening, create a sunroom, customise a shopfront,  sliding window units can  fit seamlessly with fixed-pane windows, sliding doors or folding doors. (Click here for more details, pictures and specs)

Pivot Windows

Pivot windows are unique in the way in which they open – they pivot around  a predetermined point in the window’s frame, thus usually allowing a wider opening than with projected or sliding windows.  The design also allows for larger than standard window sizes on the whole. Our pivot windows make use of a specially designed system equally suited to office buildings and luxury domestic spaces. (Click here for more details, pictures and specs)

Arch Windows & Round Windows

In certain cases commercial or domestic building projects may call for arched windows or round windows. They immediately lend a unique aesthetic feature to any home or commercial building, and sets it apart from the rest! The span of a single arched window can be extremely wide, with the curve being as gentle or as acute as desired. These are non-opening windows, each one custom built to your exact requirements (click here for more details, pictures and specs)

For more information on our various window options or for a quotation, please fill in the quotation request form or contact our friendly sales staff today.