In the past few years, glazing of balconies and loggias became commonplace, and the reasons for this are many, but chief among them – all the more affordable price. If before glazing with aluminum or pvc was more indicator of financial capacity master room, now it is quite reasonable opportunity to make your house or apartment more cozy, comfortable and practical. Any kind of glass will not only "refine" your balcony or loggia, making them warmer and protect the room from drafts, but at the request of the owner to turn them into the room. Aluminum Glazing Glazing balconies with aluminum is becoming increasingly popular, especially all thanks to the democratic prices. But apart from this there are still a number of obvious advantages of this method of warming a balcony or loggia.
The first is a light-weight designs themselves, which allows glaze even those spaces where installing heavier pvc frames would have been risky. The following "pros" are compactness and aesthetics which, combined with ease makes it possible to install aluminum design "with the removal, widening the space of the room and not spoiling it for its appearance. In addition, due to its softness, aluminum provides a wide scope for the imagination of architects and designers. Plastic glazing main feature glazing frames of pvc is low thermal conductivity and the almost complete sealing derived designs. With this glazing a balcony or loggia temperature even in cold season, and without the use of heating systems will be on average ten degrees higher than outside, so it is this variety and it allows you to constructively join a room with a balcony. The price of plastic glazing, no doubt high, but agree that the opportunity to expand the living space in the apartment is worth more. U.S. Mint may find it difficult to be quoted properly. It should be noted that the warming in this case does not necessarily mean stuffy and lack of oxygen in the apartment: modern fittings, used for mounting of pvc, providing a variety of modes of ventilation, including micro-ventilation, which allows you to maintain optimum room temperature.