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An aluminium system with wood clad internally with solid hardwood.

Aluminium & Wood Systems

This 70mm 2¾" system combines a solid section of wood cladding to the inside and aluminium to the outside, leaving a clean modern look to the outside and a more traditional appearance to the interior décor of the building. With numerous special features and in a range of interior and exterior colours and finishes, this combination wood and aluminium door range is the ideal solution for all structures.

It offers a strong, durable and maintenance free finish outside while still providing the warmth and character that timber brings inside.

The wood frames are dipped into an anti-rot, and anti-fungal treatment to protect the frames from both the harsh rays of the sun and water ingress. They are then finished to your specification using either a natural stain or a RAL colour of your choice, or if preferred we can provide the doors unfinished so you can paint or stain to your desired finish.

ew68AW73 70mm 2¾" Thermal Aluminium & Timber

Thermally Broken Aluminium & Timber. The best of both worlds. By bringing both our timber and aluminium systems together

ew68AW65 70mm 2¾" Thermal Aluminium & Timber

Thermally broken powder coated aluminium frame. Thermally Efficient. No nailed on glazing beads. Discreetly locked on timber profiles

ew68AW55 53mm Thermal Aluminium & Timber

Ideal for all locations, aluminium clad is used extensively near coastal regions and areas highly exposed to the sunlight. Aluminium clad is also used when different colors are required inside and outside to achieve a timber internal look.
  • Anti-rot, anti-fungal treated and spray finished (or natural) internal timber
  • Aluminium to the outside, solid hardwood (Oak) timber to the inside
  • Dual colour, RAL coated frame & spray finished (or untreated) timber

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