We often ask people to opt for aluminium, steel or any other durable material for windows and doors; instead of wooden or a different organic material since they offer high tensile strength and come with better structural integrity. Although aluminium and steel offer longevity, yet they have one disadvantage.
These metals are excellent conductors of heat which means they mismanage the energy efficiency of any place where they are installed.
How can Metal Frames Affect Energy Efficiency?
Have you ever wondered how your room becomes hot even when the windows are closed, and your cooling system is on or cold when the heating system is on? Your metal windows are the culprit. The metal frames act as a radiator during summers, radiating heat to the indoors and similarly absorbing the cold, transferring the heat to the outdoors during winters.
In the layman language, with metal windows and doors, you can lose heat and cold through their frames, resulting in the loss of energy efficiency. To solve the issue, manufacturers have come up with a solution of insulating your windows with a protective barrier known as a
What is Thermally Broken System?
Many people believe that they can insulate their house by merely investing in double glazed windows, but they need to understand that the frames of double glazed windows are cast out of aluminium or steel which can lose or gain heat with the changes in the environmental temperature. Therefore, they need a high power insulator material known as a thermal break.
The thermal break bar is inserted between the metal frames creating an insulating barrier and simultaneously conserving the energy of our homes by reducing the heat or cold transfer even when the external conditions are extreme. You will witness a reduction in noise levels as well by using the polyamide insulating bar for your metal windows.
Why Choose Thermally Broken Systems?
Thermally broken systems add value to your house by enhancing energy efficiency, just like your heating and cooling appliances. Who doesn’t want that cosy environment when the weather conditions are on their peak? I am sure everyone wants to bend towards ease.
If you have made up your mind for installing thermally broken systems, here are two significant advantages to remember-
- Extreme Hot Temperature Condition- If you reside in a region with higher temperature, understand that the metal windows can absorb the excess of heat and can lead to condensation. However, installing a thermally broken system between the glazed frames can minimize the effects.
- Extreme Cold Temperature Condition- If you do not want your windows to bring in those frosty chills, avoid using non-thermal break windows and for your windows to keep away the cold.
Supplementary Benefits of Thermally Broken Systems:
Besides, you will be happy to know what you are bringing home since the thermal technology offers many more benefits, including-
- Reduces noise levels
- Offers easy maintenance
- Sturdy and durable material
- Enhanced Longevity
- Comes in a variety of colours
- Versatile characteristic
- Offers more security
- Enhances energy efficiency