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The benefits of using aluminium as a building material

Based on the fact alone that modern skyscrapers cannot be built without aluminium it is pretty evident that this trending building material brings the full package with it. At Clear View we understand the strengths of aluminium and have been utilising this material for over 10 years in the Yorkshire area.

Today aluminium is recognised as one of the most energy efficient building materials which equals its effectiveness in sustainability. The estimated recycled content that is put back into aluminium is around 50%-85% and although the idea of recycled goods may trouble those considering using aluminium it is an extremely practical material which suits most design ideas.

If there is any testimonial to how strong aluminium is as a building material it is the Empire State Building in New York. The spire of the building and many of the interior structures and window frames are constructed with aluminium and the building is almost reaching its century year of being erected.

Using aluminium as a building material is a quick fire method to getting your project complete. It is fast to build and durable and unlike past metallic building materials it is corrosion-resistant. One of the better advantages of using aluminium is that it requires little to no maintenance and no painting at all.

Aluminium is great for the environment and your general health and wellbeing. It can provide great insulation whilst allowing daylight and fresh air into your property. Strengthened aluminium alloys can support large glass structures and this is one of the reasons we work strictly with aluminium.

Aluminium yields great natural strength from within so it is a great material to use when trying to incorporate large glass-orientated designs into your property. It is no surprise that aluminium is becoming a popular building material choice as it allows the owner of the property to maximise the use of windows which in turn will alleviate the mood and atmosphere within.

If you have any queries surrounding aluminium or if you would like to enquire about incorporating aluminium into your home then you should not hesitate to contact our Yorkshire based specialist team at: 0800 1357167.

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