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Right Material For Window Frame

Wood

A much better choice when it comes to insulating your home because it manages to keep warm air in and cold air out. The insulation value of wood cannot be ignored, but it comes with more maintenance requirements compared to other materials such as aluminum and vinyl. It might not be a very good choice for rainy and extremely humid areas because it is prone to retaining moisture and rotting but with proper treatment this is something that can still be kept under control. Wooden windows tend to give your home that traditional classic and timeless look, something that many homeowners love about the material.

Aluminum

It might not be top performing when it comes to heat loss and transfer, but it makes a very practical material for humid and rainy climates. It can be the perfect choice for your coastal home, but it might not be a very good choice for those looking for energy efficient homes. This material is strong and durable too, so you can have that in mind when weighing your window material options.

Wood clad

The exterior is usually aluminum or vinyl making the material low maintenance whereas the interior is wooden offering resistance to temperature transfer. The material is prone to water intrusion, but when installed with waterproof rubber membranes on the cladding this is an issue that can be reversed.