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Frequently Asked Questions
What materials do you use to make wooden windows?
The windows are made of the highest quality glue laminated pine wood. In order to preserve all the quality properties of wood, we use advanced technologies and have optimal storage facilities. It results in significantly better thermal conductivity properties of the window and at the same time allows to obtain various variants of the sash.
Which windows are more efficient - PVC or wooden windows?
With the rapid development of technology and the manufacturing sector, manufacturers of plastic and timber windows use the same glazing units, which influence the thermal resistance. By using high-quality and sufficiently thick laminated timber lumber, our timber window frames fall into the energy-efficient window range. Our Scandinavian SCANDILINE 82 timber window can achieve a thermal performance of up to 0.80 W/(m²-K).
Do wooden windows have performance requirements?
Poor indoor climate is the biggest enemy of wooden windows and doors. Wooden windows and doors should be used in rooms with minimal humidity, as condensation that accumulates on them and persists for a long time can lead to the growth of mould and distortion of the glazing bars and the sashes or frames. All this can be avoided because all you need to do is to ensure that the rooms are properly ventilated.
How does condensate form?
Extra moisture in the air condenses when warm, moist air meets cooler surfaces. This is because warm air surrounding a cool surface can hold moisture, while cool air nearby cannot. Cloudy windows can be a warning that moisture may be starting to damage your home. Condensation often forms in old, inadequately insulated buildings, especially those heated by rudimentary solid fuel boilers. In such houses, temperatures drop by 5°C or more at night, which can lead to condensation on cooler surfaces (such as the corners of walls and windows). This also creates a risk of mould.
How does condensate damages the woonden windows?
Constant condensation can cause warping of glazed units, paint peel and varnish from wooden windows and doors. Prolonged humidity can cause the window to warp and the door to swell and change its shape, resulting in excessive play or failure to close. Mould can also build up in the wood, which will accelerate the decay process.
What is the average production time for windows?
It all depends on the quantity ordered, but we can offer relatively short production times for wooden windows and doors.
Which windows are better in case of fire? Wooden or PVC windows?
This is where wooden windows gain an advantage. In the case of fire, the PVC windows would already be deformed by the heat with the glass pane falling out, while the wooden windows would only be slightly burnt. It is not for nothing that Europe bans the use of PVC windows in schools and hospitals.
What is the warranty for our wooden windows?
Our wooden windows comes with a 5-year warranty!