The Scandinavian standard wooden windows are the most popular in Norway and other Scandinavian countries. Particularly, those windows are a perfect solution for a wet and windy climate. In fact, old style wood windows provide a high level of comfort and secure. This kind of windows and doors can be coated with aluminium from the outside, as well as Euro type windows. Unlike as PVC windows, Scandinavian standard windows usually opening outward. This type of opening is the most desirable in Scandinavian countries.
Normally, we use a high-quality finger-jointed pine material without tree branches, when producing such windows. PN BESLAG and IPA BESLAG makes windows reliable and easy to use.
To emphasize the process, we use the TEKNOS paint (Great Britain) to impregnate and paint wood windows. Important to mention, that the quality of the paint is very high. Wooden windows can be painted one colour on inside, and the other on outside. This is a great way to match the colour of Your window and (or) Your exterior/interior.
Regarding the colors, the manufacturer recommends You to assess the potential risk of resin release when choosing dark color for pine wood windows or doors in such cases when it is going to be installed on the south or west side of the building.
The sun strongly heats the dark colored wood. As the result of sunlight, deeply hidden resin (which is invisible) slowly warm up, then start to liquefy and also begin to expand creating inside pressure. Such pressure results in resin melting out to the surface.
The manufacturer does not take any liability or gives guarantee for such product, as the resins are hidden deeply inside the wood and are not visible during the production process . The phenomenon itself is all natural since it is caused by nature.
Please pay attention to this general recommendation. The manufacturer does not always receive complete information on installation of dark colored products - whether it is south side, west side or else - therefore the manufacturer may not inform customers about this potential risk.
We have a wide range of window crosses (“spross”):
Scandinavian standard windows come in such outward opening types:
Send us measurements, simple drawings or photos of old products and we will provide a detailed offer of quality products.
Apart from this, we can produce windows in any shape. For example, it may be a quadrangle, trapezium, triangle, arch, semi-arch, round or even combined one… Of course, there are many different types of windows in our photo gallery, named “Scandinavian standard” windows.
Mainly, the most popular glasses are Guardian and Pilkington. Despite this, the average of U value for the windows with 2 layers of glass is 1.45. Similarly, the average U value with 3 layers of glass is 1.10. Besides, U value is expressed by the amount of glass package and frame together! The glass package U value, itself:
Nowadays, three layers of glass and low energy products are getting more and more popular. It is not only better thermal specifications, but also better sound insulation.
You may also choose glass/filling sealing from grey or black silicon or a black gasket. Normally, our company offers windows with a grooving around from inside (10 mm x 10 mm), sometimes we call it the place for the “furing”. If customer needs, we can produce windows or doors without grooving or groove in one side or bottom of the windows.
We use aluminum water drip for the windows. Aluminum water drip can be natural aluminium color or white. But for the special orders, especially in old town, we can produce wooden water drip and paint in the same colour as windows.
Despiste this, our company can offer paint in any color from the RAL or NCS palette. We hope You will be able to find the most suitable color You admire and to preserve natural beauty of wood. In addition, we recommend the ASSA-ABLOY Swedish company locks. Of course, handles and cylinders perfectly go with all these old-style windows.
Below, You can find the painting options:
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