2nd gen composite windows
At Idealcombi, “that’ll do!” never does it. That is why we keep searching for new solutions and keep improving on what we have. When Idealcombi in 2010 introduced the use of idealcore™ in the Futura range – The Futura+ window was born!
Marking the beginning of the second generation composite windows.
Introducing idealcore™ eliminated issues found in traditional composite windows and improved thermal performance, ease of maintenance and expected lifespan.
idealcore™ is not only a fantastic thermal break – it is also a strong, imperishable material that has no cavities for dirt and insects to hide in. Making the frame rebate very smooth and easy to clean. No water will get close to the timber part of the internal frame as no timber is exposed.
Inward opening contemporary windows
As an alternative to the outward opening Futura+ Idealcombi launced the Futua+i with the same slim 53 mm sightlines but inward opening.
Meaning you can choose your desired opening function without compromising the aesthetics of your house.
Traditional flush casement windows
For Commercial AND Domestic use
The magic ingredient PUR
In the pursuit of the perfect window we introduced the use of PUR back in 2010. PUR is known from many other products such as running shoes, sofas, mattresses, cars, toys and many, many more areas.
The PUR used in Idealcombi windows and doors has twice the insulation efficiency of pine wood. That is the reason we can have 53 mm slim profiles and still have PassivHaus friendly u-values.
The thermal break is so good that the internal temperature is significantly higher than with traditional timber or composite windows.
Second generation composite windows checklist
- No exposed timber
- No cavities in thermal construction
- Imperishable material in the frame
- Highly recyclable materials
- Better thermal performance than timber