Good and durable windows are another important factor for the energy savings of our homes. The windows literally eat up our heating resources. One square meter of aluminium windows draws from 200 to 600 watts per hour. Imagine then, the energy that is needed for a window with the size of 4 square feet.
These losses do not apply only to the single windows. New ventilated windows with a single thermal draw from 80 up to 160 watts per m2 per hour. However, with the condensation that may occur formed the energy exceeds up to 100 watts per meter.
The greatest disadvantage of these windows is that they completely seal the room. They do not allow a flow of fresh air in the room and it feels like you cannot breathe. This is the so-called air and vapour-permeable effect.
You can still count on the PVC windows, which produce less condensation on the walls and they are energy efficient. Note, however, that depending on the model, the system itself and the type of the windows, the best windows and frames especially for your home are the ventilated windows. They let some fresh air in the rooms and do not produce as much water vapour condenses as the other two types.
Nowadays you can buy ventilated windows and frames, as they are designed for any type of rooms and homes. The aluminium double thermal and PVC ventilated ones are the best option for you. They provide free flow of air and water vapours. If you have already installed aluminium windows and have experienced the effect of vacuum while opening the door, then there is a way to solve this problem.
You can get more information, regarding the new windows and frames by visiting the best dealers.