Aluminum door is a steady barrier set up in a doorway or vent in a wall. It includes two parts i.e. a frame and a shutter and can be unbolted for pathway to and fro from buildings, within rooms or be bolted for privacy. An array of doors such as timber doors, iron doors, PVC or plastic doors and aluminum doors are available in the market. Today aluminum doors, windows and glazing are extensively used.
Raw materials commended for aluminum doors are door viewer, door fasteners, door handlers, door closers, door bells, door frames, door stoppers and architrave.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Aluminum Doors:
Aluminum door tends to provide an exceptional sound and thermal insulation which meets current parameters. In comparison to wood or PVC the thermal functioning of aluminum is higher in rate.
Due to its corrosion resilient property, Aluminum doors are robust and almost maintenance free. Also, they are weather resistant even under severe environmental conditions. Unlike other doors which crack, split or swell Aluminum doors ensures an extended product life.
Aluminum Door frames are considerably less costly in comparison to other to other framing options. Aluminum is 3 times sturdier than PVC and 4.3 times stronger than wood. It is a perfect and cost effective choice for windows and doors. Aluminum provides flexibility and strength which allows product customization. It offers an endless range of customization choices with finishes and glasses. Aluminum doors are accessible in a wide array of finishing which provides a perfect match for any type of décor.
Aluminum Door with Multi-point locking system provides real peace of mind that your home is secure and guarded. Various frames used for aluminum doors are Metal Door frame, Pocket Door Frame, Steel Frame, Metal Frame. Frame with highlight, Metal Door Frame with Side Window and aluminum frame.
Aluminum doors are available in different sizes and door styles including bi-folding doors, sliding patio doors, entrance doors and French doors.
Aluminum sliding and bi-folding doors increase the value of your home and add to the delight of your home as well as outdoor space.
Anodizing is a simple electrochemical process that forms a shield (coating of aluminum oxide on the surface of the aluminum frame) on the aluminum frame. The thickness of the coating on the aluminum frame is directly related to the life of the anodizing finish. Aluminum Frames are also energy efficient in compared to other frame materials