Aluclad Timber Front Doors
Thermal Performance, Security and Long Term Durability
Aluclad Timber Front Door Models
Colours for Aluminium Clad Timber Front Doors
Aluminium clad timber doors combine the advantages of two excellent materials into a piece of exquisite craftsmanship you would expect from high-end furniture or engineering products. With the natural insulation of solid wood and resilience of aluminium, aluclad timber offers homeowners excellent energy efficiency and security in a gorgeous bespoke package that requires little upkeep. Its clean, modern look on the exterior and authentic wood ambiance on the inside means both your interior and facade will get an upgrade.
The Advantages of Aluclad Timber Frames
Anyone building or renovating a home is familiar with the difficult decisions and trade offs involved and the choice of window and door materials. UPVC is the most affordable and aluminium is the toughest while both require little maintenance. Timber offers unparalleled beauty but requires regular upkeep you may prefer to avoid. All three offer good insulation values. Luckily, it doesn't have to be an either-or decision.
Aluminium clad timber entrance doors are the perfect solution. They combine timber frames on the inside with an external metal shell to achieve the benefits of both with none of the disadvantages. They offer
- Unmatched elegance in a modern look
- Superior thermal performance
- Strong weather resistance with minimal upkeep
- Long life, durability security
Neuffer's aluminium clad timber front doors are completely made in Germany and feature a range of security options ensuring that each one meets our high standards for quality control as well as your individual requirements.
Clad timber front doors are more than just the sum of two materials. Their production also relies on a wealth of experience and countless scientific studies, which have led to a great level of technical refinement in the production process. For example, mounting metal elements directly onto the timber frame would create problems with vapour diffusion. Therefore, the metal shell never directly contacts the timber body. The aluminium profile itself is anodised, powder coated and treated with lightfast lacquers to guarantee its longevity even during extreme weather.