External aluminium window frames and doors can be polyester-powder coated or can feature a granite or anodised finish. Polyester Powder frames are our standard solution, while granite and anodised are considered “specialities”.
Standard: RAL colours
External aluminium windows and doors frames can be polyester-powder coated. Polyester powder coated aluminium is one of the most durable materials for window construction, offering a low maintenance, weather resistant surface.
Below you can see our list of standard RAL colours. Any RAL colour not included in the list below is considered “special”.
RAL colours are available in matt and gloss finish (gloss 30 and gloss 77).
NB. RAL 1035 has limitations and specific features. Ask your distributor for more info.
Non standard colours may be subject to additional costs and lead times.
Special: Granite colours
Granite is a GSB-approved powder coating, with the same durability and quality as "standard" powder coating, but with a modern textured finish that looks and feels like rough-cut granite.
Special: Anodized colours
Anodised frames provide the highest level of hardness and protection as it becomes part of the aluminium frame. However, colour variations between order batches may occur as the aluminium frames are not painted but subject to a natural chemical process.
Internal timber frame can be specified in clear lacquer to enhance the warmth of natural wood or in a range of RAL colours to match your interior decor.
A strong colour on the interior frame will make your window much more prominent, whereas white frames help windows blend into your room, and also reflect more valuable daylight into the interior. This can be particularly effective in a small room, where a white framed, larger window can give the effect of more space, making the room itself look bigger.
Lacquer and wood color options
Below you can see our list of standard RAL colours. Any RAL colour not included in the list below is considered “special”. Non standard colours may be subject to additional costs and lead times.
Clear lacquer finish to reveal the wooden frame.
Wood colour range.
If you prefer a “hand on” approach, try the VELFAC visualiser. See how different doors and windows work on different types of houses and get inspiration for your own project.
How to choose the right colour for the windows and doors in your home.
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