Historically, wood was the original material of choice for the construction of window frames thanks to its unrivalled strength, reliability and natural availability. In more recent times, other materials have become available, which has meant that timber construction windows have had to be re-imagined and improved to compete with alternate materials in terms of stability, resistance and individuality. Internorm have taken timber to a new level by developing a new technology for window construction that firmly places timber back in the game, flying the flag for timber construction windows with its brand new I-tec core technology.
Using this new I-tec core technology, thin bonded layers of wood are formed in the core of the window, similar to the construction of extremely robust joists and roof beams. Using this approach, the result is an exceptionally solid, more resistant and resilient to moisture product. Sustainable from the outset, this new high-tech material is able to support larger dimensions of glazing as a result of its outstanding load-bearing capacity
Some of the key benefits are:
Are you considering timber as a construction material for your next glazing installation? If you would like the additional benefits that Internorm’s new I-tec core technology offers, speak to John Knight about this exciting new range.
We currently have 4 windows available with the new Internorm I-tec core.