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Aluminium Doors and Windows Bethnal Green

Modern, thermally efficient aluminium windows are an aesthetically appealing, cost-effective way to replace failing timber or older PVC units. With hundreds of aluminium window styles available to order, our expansive range includes an architectural window system that seamlessly matches all our other aluminium products.

But what are the advantages of aluminium windows? Over recent years, aluminium windows have increased in popularity for a number of different reasons. Exceeding all energy efficiency ratings, our products are low maintenance, highly durable, affordable and offer outstanding flexibility when it comes to design and finish. They also have a lifespan of upto 45 years, making them a sound investment.

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Aluminium Doors and Windows in Bethnal Green,
East London & Surrounding Areas

Providing the ultimate combination of advanced security, tasteful aesthetics and thermal efficiency, the Origin aluminium doors & windows boast the additional benefit of being exclusively manufactured in the UK using only premium-grade aluminium. Today’s modern range of aluminium doors provides maximum security, impressive thermal performance, virtually unlimited colour choice and a vast array of designs and styles to choose from.

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Aluminium Facts

  1. Since 1888, over 700 million tonnes of aluminium has been recycled
  2. Over three quarters of aluminium produced is still in use
  3. 90% of the aluminium used in the construction industry is recycled
  4. Recycling the aluminium currently stored would equal 15 years’ primary output
  5. Recycling aluminium requires 95% less energy than primary production
  6. Recycling aluminium from end-of-life products saves close to 80 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year

High quality aluminium doors & windows in Bethnal Green

Aluminium doors & windows have come on leaps and bounds from their historic counterparts. Gone are the days of draughts and an unsightly appearance.Opting for aluminium windows today means insulating your home, improving aesthetics and having the ability to incorporate larger panes of glass. For aluminum bi-fold doors please see our bi-fold doors page.

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State of the art materials make for modern performance

The modern aluminium window profiles that we use here at Walthamstow Window Company, boast a multi-chamber design. This means that far more heat can be retained within the window frame itself. Combined with good quality glazing, this removes the risk of draughts and vital heat escaping from your home – rooms become useful and pleasant all year round, however cold it is outside.

Forget maintenance worries – Aluminium windows last

Lightweight and strong. Two factors you didn’t think could go together? Walthamstow Windows’ aluminium windows are light enough to be fitted quickly (interrupting your life as little as possible) but strong enough to incorporate even toughened or laminated glass. They also won’t rust, corrode, discolour or warp, even in areas susceptible to adverse weather conditions or pollution from nearby traffic links – they will maintain their stylish appearance and functionality for decades to come, not just a few years.

Modern, contemporary design coupled with excellent ‘green’ credentials.

With more glass and slimmer sight lines, it is easy to optimize the natural influx of light to your home – whether you want your living room, conservatory, kitchen or other living space to look and feel more spacious. Aluminium windows are available for many styles, including sash, casement and tilt and turn – simply enquire today.

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Facts about Bethnal Green

History

Bethnal Green was a smaller set of homesteads and cottages, a hamlet in the fertile fields of the ancient parish of Stepney, but as population and house-building began local intensification in the 18th century, the church agreed to found a fully-functional daughter church — as a parish with benefice (for its priest) and vestry (for its people) in 1743. This became part of the metropolis in 1855 and the County of London in 1889. The civil parish became a Metropolitan Borough in 1900, one of the direct forebears of the 1965-created London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

In what would become northern Bethnal Green (known as Cambridge Heath) a tract of common land, which stretched to the east and west, belonged to the old Stepney Manor to the south. The heath was used as pasture where people grazed their sheep in the 13th century, though 1275 records suggest at least one house stood there.

General Info

Bethnal Green is an area in the East End of London 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Liverpool Street station. It has two Overground stations (one being named Cambridge Heath) and one Underground station. It currently also gives its name to an electoral ward of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and co-encompasses St Peter’s ward (emulating its Anglican daughter parish to that saint).Part of the area holds conservation area status, chiefly due to protected small, public greens and listed buildings.The area emerged from the hamlet which developed around the Green, much of which survives today as Bethnal Green Gardens, beside Cambridge Heath Road.

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