Window frames are in integral part of the structure of a home, providing support for a variety of glazing options, as well as adding aesthetic detail to the interior and exterior. If frames do not fit or are warped, they are liable to allow moisture or drafts to penetrate the home. This can lead to more maintenance being required, as well as increased energy bills. Window frames should be selected with practicality in mind. If one lives near the ocean, where corrosion is an issue, a composite or aluminium frame may well provide more economical and durable rather than a timber product. Choice of glass and glazing is also crucial, and should be matched to the particular requirements of the site, with regard to aspect and exposure to the sun.
The most common types of window frames are manufactured from a variety of materials, and include:
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