THE WARRANTY OF A SAFE AND COMFORTABLE LIVING
To reach well-being in our living-space, we should rely on safe and long-lasting performances.
Our windows and blind systems CE Marking assures performance levels certified by the relevant Certificate Authorities. We also provide a 10-year warranty for all our products covering the maintenance-free varnishing life-span of our windows and shutters.
QUALITY IS OUR WORK STYLE
Quality is not only the paramount feature of our products, but just our working style. Our Quality Management System is certified by UNI EN ISO 9001:2008.
What does it mean? Our company abides by precise and controlled standards throughout the whole working process: from design to production, customer service and window and door installation.
Technical and building characteristics of our laminated and solid wood windows comply with the relevant European regulations.
Furthermore, our windows are available in any form and size, and they can be enriched and customized according to the customer's requirements. Thus we are able to offer comfort, esthetics, and building quality at the same time.
Our woods have been accurately selected in order to provide our customers with long-lasting products.
AIR PERMEABILITY - UNI EN 1026 CLASS 4
It classifies windows depending on the amount of air flowing through the window in the closed position due to a pressure differential (wind force).
In accordance with ENI 12207, the window is classified as class 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4 (4 being the most watertight).
WATER TIGHTNESS - EN 1027
It specifies the ability of the window to resist water leakage under pressure differential (window force).
The frame is classified based on EN 12208 regulations which lists nine performance classes (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) and two spray systems (A, B) based on the window category (exposed or partially exposed).
Well in excess of 9A hclass, our products attain a class rating of E900.
WIND LOAD RESISTANCE - EN12211 CLASS 5C
It specifies the ability of the opening to resist to deflection under positive and negative static and dynamic wind loads. In accordance with EN 12210 regulations, window frames are classified in 5 different classes specifying wind pressure (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and in 3 classes for the relative frontal deflection (A, B, C).
MECHANICAL RESISTANCE UNI EN 107