A door and a window – these are the two elements, which separate the comfort of our homes form the outside world. The choice of materials for these products manufacturing is really great, but despite all the merits of such present day materials as PVC, fiberglass and aluminum, people of Toronto still prefer beautiful and warm wood. It is a thread that connects us with the nature.
A door and a window – these are the two elements which separate the comfort of our homes from the outside world. The choice of materials for these products is very important, but despite all the merits of such present day materials such as PVC, fiberglass and aluminum, most people still prefer beautiful and warm wood. It is a material that connects us with the nature.
Thanks to modern technology wooden window systems and door frames by companies like have acquired such qualities as durability, heat, sound, fire and rot resistance, etc. Windows and doors can be of any size, shape, type and style. The durability of wooden products is ensured by the application of multilayer profiles and appropriate treatment of wood (to remove flaws and defects) as well as subsequent wood impregnating, painting and using various types of cladding on the outer surface. New glass sealed window units can significantly reduce heat losses and external noises. They are equipped with armored glass to provide additional security to customers homes as well as possess fireproof, blackout, and sunscreen protection. Windows are equipped with transoms, shutters, special hardware and ventilation hatches directly from the manufacturing facility. Special forms of profiles with multi-layer seals around the perimeter of window are used to prevent drafts and protect the house from noise and dust.
The widest variety of wood species – oak, pine, spruce, larch, and even exotic Meranti, Framura and chestnut are used by Toronto manufacturers to produce wooden windows and doors. Typically, wooden windows are supplied with the reveals and sills designed in the same style.
Everybody knows that a wood is natural, environmentally friendly material, though more expensive than PVC. The cheapest wooden products options are made of glued pine profile covered with opaque white paint, with good seals, glazing and perimeter fittings. At the first glance, such products are not much different from the PVC. However, you may experience problems associated with the destruction of the paint layer in five years of operation. If you want to admire beautiful structure of wood, you do not have to use opaque paints, but translucent or transparent varnishes. These products will have a look of a natural wood or may be stained in any particular color. The only detail is that you have to choose a timber of fine species and the price on such interior design elements will be higher.
The wood undergoes special treatment to extend the service life of wood products, which includes the following works. 1) Impregnation to protect the material from blue fungus, mildew, reduce humidity differences in the wood, as well as permanently preserve the quality of the surface due to the limited penetration of moisture. 2) Priming and painting. The main purpose of the primer is to create a firm grip of the upper layers of the coating with the painted surface. Coloring is necessary to regulate the humidity of wood, while giving a finished product better appearance and easiness of care. For this purpose, manufacturers apply new technologically advanced staining systems and weatherproof and environmentally friendly water-soluble acrylic paints.