Why You Want Thermally Broken Steel Windows and Doors for Your Restoration Project - Steel Windows and Doors USA

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Why You Want Thermally Broken Steel Windows and Doors for Your Restoration Project

You have this wonderful house that you’ve been slowly renovating for years. You can look with pride upon all the work you have done to bring it back to its former glory, from refinished floors and refurbished cabinets to the beautiful period fixtures that you have been collecting your entire life.
Now you are ready to take this renovation to the next step: you have to replace those drafty old windows and doors. You want something that looks traditional but is highly efficient. You’ve heard about the incredible efficiency of thermally broken steel windows and doors, but you can’t see how they can fit within your home’s traditional style.

This is where we come in. As an industry leading distributor of the finest steel windows and doors, we offer a wide range of custom options for windows and doors that will fit your home’s traditional look while providing the very latest in thermal efficiency. We work with Brombal USA, the only manufacturer who has experience working with thermally broken products since their inception. Their thermally broken sections use two materials to create the frame profiles: fiberglass reinforced extrusion and high-density polyurethane resin. Injected under high pressure, these materials form a continuous bond, providing both maximum thermal insulation and structural strength. With their narrow sight line and excellent design flexibility, we can create windows which will meet your needs while fitting seamlessly into your home’s structural framework. These designs are even capable of accommodating triple pane glass for maximum U value. We have successfully installed these windows in many Landmark areas.

Are you curious? Check out our photo gallery of traditional windows and doors to see the wide range of successful projects we have completed, then contact us to discuss how our thermally broken steel windows and doors can fit into your home.