Monarch Dualframe Casement Windows
Dualframe 55mm/75mm is an integrated aluminium door and window suite. With ultra slim lines and beautiful styling it makes the perfect choice for residential and commercial applications.
Designed using the latest polyamide thermal break technology, Dualframe complies to Part L of the Building Regulations using Planitherm low emission glass with standard edge spacers to the double glazed units. When required the Dualframe 75mm system can achieve an 'A' energy rating.
Not only does Dualframe perform well, its elegant good looks are available in a vast choice of finishes and colours. Different colours can be selected internally and externally for a perfect finish to any project.
Monarch Crown Casement Windows
Crown windows offer excellent security with a choice of Multipoint Locking Systems available. They are extremely rigid to resist distortion and bending and are made from a material considerably stronger than uPVC and don't need additional reinforcement.
Your Crown windows, doors or side panels can be fitted into timber sub frames if preferred.
Monarch's Crown conservatories are constructed from New Generation Aluminium, which we believe is the most appropriate and modern material for the construction of quality conservatories and plan houses. Because aluminium does not expand and contract as much as uPVC you are less likely to get any movement, and windows are less likely to stick or become difficult to open in extremes of heat.
The latest Crown aluminium section features a wider thermal break than before giving increased energy ratings. When required the Crown system can achieve an 'A' energy rating.
Unique powder coated finish is available in a spectrum of colours. You could choose a rich forest green to blend with the surrounding trees and shrubs, or pick a color to compliment your paintwork.
We will be on hand to manage your project, give advice and assistance in obtaining Planning and Building Regulations approval (if required). We can also organize site preparation, groundwork's, electrical works and even final decoration.
Smart Alitherm & Evolution Casement Windows
Modern aluminium windows are designed to last so it is important that you make the right choice. Smart Systems have grown over 25 years to become one of the UK’s leading aluminium systems company with a reputation for design expertise, product innovation, quality and reliability in the aluminium fenestration industry.
Aluminium is a light weight, high strength material that is used is virtually every facet of the modern construction industry from patio doors in homes to curtain walling on the tallest sky scrappers. Because of these unique properties It is incredibly formable and can be bent or shaped into innumerable architectural designs. Aluminium is very durable and highly resistant to corrosion caused by modern industrial pollutants and requires little long term maintenance. The lifespan of aluminium products is measured in decades rather than years.
The Smarts product range is extensive and offers many versatile systems to suit all applications. The profile ranges offer a wide choice of styles and colour finishes that includes wood grain and dual colour options on some systems.
Smart Systems have a reputation for commitment to high standards of quality and workmanship. In our view quality implies consistency, reliability and durability. We operate an extensive testing regime that ensures our product perform to the highest standards and that’s why we fully support independent certification and assessment schemes such as those offered by the British Standards Institute. In fact, the Smart’s Alitherm 55 window system was one of the first aluminium windows in the UK to hold BSI Kitemark BS 7950.
Smart Systems profiles are designed to keep out those unwelcome intruders; bad weather and draughts. Smart Systems were one of the first systems companies in the UK to pioneer the use of a thermal break in aluminium profiles.
Aluminium Windows into Hardwood Subframes
If you prefer the look of your new aluminium windows fitted into timber subframes then this can also be achieved manufacturing the windows from an odd leg frame system.