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Braytek Garage Doors

2 reviews
Patricia T. , 2 years ago

I had a problem with two garage motors. Mr Brendin called me immediately to come on the site. We had load shedding until 12 and made arrangement to come after. He was professional and polite and he finished the job in 45 minutes. I was very pleased with his approach and reasonable price.

Brenley B. , 1 years ago

Our garage doors was sorted by Braytek and we were quite satisfied.

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Eden Aluwood

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Frequently asked questions

  • Which windows are best for hot humid climates?

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  • Which window frame should I choose?

    Most popular materials for window frames are wook, aluminium and PVC. They all have their own upsides and downsides: wood is a great natural insulator, but it require more maintenance, aluminium is sturdy and durable but at the same time more expensive, and PVC are low maintenance and affordable, but it has the biggest environmental impact. When choosing your window frames, you should ask yourself what your priorities are and choose accordingly.

  • Should I choose double or triple glazed windows?

    Triple-pane windows are more expensive and heavier, but they offer more thermal protection, and the added cost will likely be recouped in energy savings. You will certainly be more comfortable, and reduce the potential for moisture damage due to condensation on windows.

  • Which windows are most thermally efficient?

    Window frames have become better insulated and more durable during the last years, air seals are better, and gas-filled cavities between double and even triple panes are the norm. As long as you choose good quality windows, all PVC, aluminium and wood windows are a good option.

  • Which window frames are best for noise reduction?

    Wood has been proved to be an effective barrier against sound waves. This means that both wooden frames (which absorb the sound) and composite frames that have a timber core have the most beneficial structure to reduce the noise.