Aluminum Windows & Doors from NT Windows and MetalCraft
What’s your impression of aluminum windows? If it’s based on aluminum designs from years past, it’s time to take another look. NT and MetalCraft offer pristine lines of aluminum windows and doors that combine clean, modern design features with thermal efficiency.
Unlike older aluminum windows, you can enjoy the strength and clean lines of thermal break aluminum frames without having to sacrifice comfort or energy savings.
Durable and Efficient: Previously, aluminum frames would absorb the sun’s summer heat causing your HVAC system to work overtime to keep the temperatures low. New thermal break frames are designed with a strong 6063-T5 aluminum extrusion that separates the interior and exterior frames with a dense butyl to dramatically reduce the energy transfer through the frame. This keeps the solar heat at bay, giving you the advantage of enjoying Energy Star-rated windows.
Gorgeous and Stylish: NT aluminum windows and MetalCraft aluminum doors include modern, narrow frames with clean edges and wide window glass areas. Enjoy dramatic views of the beautiful Houston landscape without the interruption of bulky frames. Both NT and MetalCraft feature long-lasting exterior colors, including this year’s trending color – black!
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Glass Expanse and Sierra Pacific make matching stacking and bifold moving glass walls for an expansive view that blends your outdoor and indoor space into one entertainment area.
COMPLETE RANGE OF WINDOWS AND DOORS
NT offers a wide range of windows including single hung, slider, fixed picture windows, and special shapes. You can take it a step further with a matching MetalCraft aluminum sliding door with two, three, or four panels and sizes up to 16 feet wide by 8 feet tall to create a grand vision that matches the style of your windows. Regardless of your taste or needs, there is a window or door for everyone!
When you choose NT and MetalCraft aluminum windows and sliding doors, you can take pride that these windows were built in Texas for Texans!