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Wooden windows

Wooden windows are something more than just a window frame. These windows have a soul.

Although there have always been many fans of wooden windows, in recent years their numbers have increased dynamically. That’s because of the growing interest in ecology, healthy living and the desire to surround oneself with simple, natural products which are also excellently made. The wood most often used for their production is high quality pine. Nevertheless, oak and even exotics such as Meranti are finding favour.

Construction features

  1. The possibility of installing triple glazing ensures excellent heat and noise insulation.
  2. Three gaskets create two air chambers on closing, which further increases insulation of the space. They simultaneously allow a slow flow of pre-warmed air.
  3. Thermal heat seals protect the frame from moisture from outside. They carry away rainwater from the window frame, which prevents moisture from damaging the frame.
  4. The construction is made from triple-laminated wood.
IV68 Standard Profile

IV68 Standard Profile

This is the best choice for those who value unique and natural materials. Our windows are made from carefully selected and laminated pine, Meranti mahogany, and oak wood.

IV68 Softline Profile

IV68 Softline Profile

This is the best choice for those who value unique and natural materials. Our windows are made from carefully selected and laminated pine, Meranti mahogany, and oak wood.

IV68 Retro System

IV68 Retro System

This system is intended for those who value beauty and delicacy. Thanks to the subtlety of its recessed lines, the IV86 Retro System can recreate the look of 19th century windows. It also provides high insulation and low leakage.

Belgian System

Belgian System

This system, due to its unique and specific appearance, is often used in France, Holland and Belgium. In this system, wooden rain canopies are used instead of aluminium ones.

Scandinavian System

Scandinavian System

As the name suggests, due to their aesthetic features, windows of this type are most often used in Scandinavia and England. These windows open outwards, which increases the amount of space available in the room. Thanks to this solution, items may be left on the sill when opening the window Effective sealing windy conditions provides the sash frame which is clamped to the frame.

Sash System

Sash System

The Sash System is a typical window for England, but also finds favour in other parts of Great Britain such as Ireland. Their up-down opening system ensures a simple and solid construction. Thanks to this solution, additional space is gained within the room.

Casement System

Casement System

Casement windows are tradition outwards opening English windows which ensure efficient use of interior space. They are also popular in Holland. They can also be given a special character according to cultural tastes by the addition of accessories such as decorative glazing bars.

Unitas Window

Unitas Window

Revolving windows are an excellent solution wherever quick and frequent airing is needed. Thanks to their construction and special hardware, with one movement they can be rotated by 180 degrees. A regulated hand brake means that the leaf can be stopped in any position. This solution facilitates not only ventilation of the room, but also makes easy cleaning of the whole window possible from within the building.

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