You’ve invested in beautiful, quality, new bespoke wooden windows and doors, to finish them off perfectly it’s important that you make the right decision when choosing appropriate glazing. Wood and glass have been paired together from as far back as Roman times. The 2 materials complement eachother perfectly; the glass emphasizes the richness and workmanship of the wood, whilst the wood brings attention to the clear, flawless glass and the reflective and scattering of light. When crafting windows and doors, in order to produce the best quality coupling of glass and wood, an experienced skilled carpenter, or joiner, is needed to craft the best quality wooden windows and doors.
Wood has many fantastic properties, which makes it a good material for windows and doors. One of its important properties is that it is an excellent insulator of heat, this means that it stops heat from escaping your house in cool weather and prevents heat from entering, in hotter weather. For the wood to be efficient in this role, it is important that the glazing you choose for your windows and doors is also a good insulator. Within the last 20 years, glazing systems have entered the market that can significantly reduce energy consumption in your home, reduce heat loss and improve temperature regulation of the interior of your home, when coupled with quality wooden windows and doors.
Wooden doors with incorporated glazing systems will change the whole style and aesthetic of your house. The elegance and high class appearance of wood, with the contemporary modern design of the glazing systems. They give a striking visual effect that will complement traditional and more modern properties. Wood is ageless and always a highly sought-after material, no matter the current trend.