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Our Luxury Subframe system is comparable in slimness to our Economy Odd Leg system, but provides a nice clean and even finish, which helps the secondary glazing to blend in. It has an additional wooden frame that wraps the aluminium frame. The wood used for the subframe is either MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard), Tulip (a pale hardwood) or solid Oak (hardwood).
The Subframe comes in different depths; SF1 for face fix, SF3 and SF4 for reveal fixing. Cover trims are supplied with the system to hide the wooden subframe and the fixing holes. Aesthetically it is a very attractive system, making it highly suitable for domestic applications.
Now Available With Solid Oak Subframe & Trims
The main difference is that the Luxury Subframe system has a wrap around wooden frame that enables you to be able to reveal fix or face fix your secondary glazing. The Luxury Subframe system has a nicer, cleaner finish than the aluminium flange of the Economy Odd Leg system, which makes it more suitable for use in domestic environments.
The advantage of the Economy Odd Leg system is that it is slightly quicker to fit and comes at a slightly reduced cost when compared to the Luxury Subframe system - you have around the same amount of aluminium but save on the wooden subframe and trims. This could save you a substantial amount of time and money on a commercial job of 200+ windows.
When installing secondary glazing it is preferable to have an air gap between your secondary and your existing window of between 100mm and 200mm glass-to-glass, where possible. This gap further improves both the acoustic and thermal performance of your secondary unit. Reveal fixing your secondary glazing is by far the easiest way to achieve this air gap. Read more ...
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