An aluminum window frame is a type of window frame made from aluminum, a lightweight and durable metal. Aluminum window frames are widely used in both residential and commercial construction due to their strength, corrosion resistance, and low maintenance requirements.
Aluminum window frames can be fabricated in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit different window openings, and can be powder-coated or anodized to provide a range of finishes and colors. They are also energy-efficient, as they can be designed with thermal breaks to prevent heat transfer, reducing energy consumption for heating and cooling.
In addition to their practical advantages, aluminum window frames offer a sleek, modern appearance that can enhance the aesthetic appeal of a building. They are often preferred over traditional wood frames because they are less susceptible to warping, rotting, or insect damage.