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Timber Look Double Glazed Windows

Looks & Feels Like Timber. Performs like uPVC.

We are proud to be able to offer a range of timber look finishes for all of our uPVC double glazed door and window styles. This makes our products perfect for people who prefer the look of traditional timber windows but want to experience all of the benefits of modern uPVC double glazing technology.

Traditional timber windows have a number of drawbacks, especially when it comes to double glazing…

  • Timber is subject to weathering and rotting, especially in locations that are in the weather or near the ocean
  • Timber windows and doors require regular maintenance and painting to preserve their condition
  • Timber frames expand and contract according to weather conditions, causing condensation between the panes of glass as they move independently.

Just like Timber Double Glazed Windows but Better

It’s a wonderful thing, wood, and it was once the premier building material known to man. Our ancestors learned how to cut it, smooth it and join pieces together, but don’t those skills seem a little primitive now? We’ve mastered stone and steel since then, and although wood never went out of fashion, its days are numbered, more for reasons of sustainability than anything else. Wood remains a fabulous material, but increasingly it belongs in antique shops rather than new artefacts.

The point is, that it doesn’t grow on trees. It is trees, and by and large, it should be left there. It only becomes timber when we cut it down, and then what do we use it for? In many cases, decoration. In these enlightened times, it is incumbent upon us as custodians of the planet to think twice about cutting down trees, particularly as there are now so many alternatives. Read More

Take timber double glazed windows, for instance. Why are we still using wood for this when there is a brilliant substitute in uPVC which, in addition to its workability, versatility and durability, is recyclable? That’s like persisting with putty to seal the glass in when there are rubber-type materials that do the job better and last a lot longer. If it’s a question of simply liking the way wood looks, the creative people among those who have been developing uPVC to its current level of eminence have found a way of making it look like wood, in various styles and shades. Wood is very imitable. We’ve been doing it for decades with furniture but, just like fake fur, wood lookalikes are not given the respect they deserve. uPVC double glazed timber windows are a perfect example of how an imitation is now preferable to the real thing. They look great, work perfectly and are extremely durable.

The Look of Timber Double Glazed Windows Made for Melbourne Weather

And here’s another thing: as lovely and admirable as it is, wood decays and eventually, while the glass in your windows remains resolutely functional, transparent and solid, the wood will inevitably let it down in the end. And what are we going to do then, cut another tree down to fix your windows? It is far better, surely, to start with a material that’s going to last as long as the building itself. Timber-look uPVC windows are the obvious answer, combining attractiveness with functionality – and as an added bonus, our double glazed “timber” windows come with multi-point locking mechanisms for extra security.

Not Convinced Timber Look uPVC Windows are right for you? Look Around the Website

We at Thermal Double Glazing believe in uPVC as the best material for window frames, so why not suspend your scepticism and have a good look around these pages? Our customers are always telling us how glad they are that they made the decision to go for uPVC windows and uPVC doors in Melbourne. They got the job done once and for good. No wondering how long the timber double glazed windows are going to last, They’re there for the long haul. Our Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula double glazing experts can help you decide which solution is right for you. Read Less

Timber Look Double Glazed Window Colour Options



*Doors only



Product Features

​Benefits of Double-Glazed Windows

Optimal Year-Round Insulation

Instead of just reducing heat loss or gain, quality double glazing is equally effective during both the cold and hot seasons, which keeps the home warmer during winter and cooler during summer, giving you optimal insulation all year round!

​The built-in insulation from double glazing acts as a thermal barrier between your home and the outside environment, minimising the need for artificial heating and cooling

Automatic Soundproofing

​As an added bonus, double glazing reduces external noise by up to 60% compared to single glazing. Reduced sound pollution from traffic, animals, vehicles, planes, alarms, etc will improve your sleep quality and reduce anxiety and stress, ultimately making your home more peaceful and relaxing.

Better For Your Wallet & The Environment

With half of the residential energy consumption going towards heating and cooling our homes, energy costs in Australian households are continuing to skyrocket. Do yourself a favour: switch to double-glazed windows.

Not only do double-glazed windows significantly reduce your energy bills—you can expect over 20% energy savings compared to single-glazed windows—the energy efficiency also helps reduce your carbon footprint, making it a win-win for both you and the environment!

Boosts Your Home's Value

Upgrading your windows to modern uPVC double-glazed windows will give your property an instantly refreshed aesthetic, boosting its kerb appeal and real estate value. Besides its innovative engineering, uPVC double-glazed windows are available in a wide range of modern and functional designs to suit all types of architectural styles.

Not only do double-glazed windows significantly reduce your energy bills—you can expect over 20% energy savings compared to single-glazed windows—the energy efficiency also helps reduce your carbon footprint, making it a win-win for both you and the environment!

technical Details

Compliant with Australian Standards

Uw=0.99 W/m2K with standard-triple-glazing with Ug=0.6 and Psi=0.040 W/mK

Uf=1.3 W/m2K

Uw=0.76 W/m2K best possible option with triple glazing with Ug=0.4 and Psi=0.030 W/mK

Up to 41 mm glazing

Wide range of laminations available

5 chamber profile

Concealed drainage is possible

Up to RC2 burglary protection

Up to 45dB (sound protection class 4)

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