The decision to install new steel windows or contemporary steel screens into your home is a big one, requiring plenty of thought and planning. The end result is a dramatic transformation that brings better insulation and security and plenty of light to your property. But it’s not often that we think about the origins of these beautiful metal windows or how they came to be. Here we outline a brief history of how steel windows are made and look at their journey from the factory to your home.
We recently covered some of the common misconceptions people have about steel in one of our blogs. One area we discussed was the thermal efficiency of steel windows and we explained that we only use the best glass units, teamed with thermal barriers and weatherproofing, in order to maximise your window’s performance and keep energy bills down, ultimately helping you to exercise a more sustainable way of living. But you might not be aware how sustainable steel is as a raw material is too.
Here are some of the reasons why opting for steel windows, doors or screens in your home really is a sustainable decision.