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Frequently Asked Questions

The most frequently asked questions on topics such as use of wood at exterior, door-window systems, installation etc… For any further questions, you can contact us.

The laminated profiles which are used in wooden window production are made from timber which carefully selected and then dried in computer supported kilns and thereby the humidity content is dropped below 12%. These timbers are cleaned from their knobs and joined again by finger-jointing method and brought into semi-finished state by special lamination glues and press after being laminated in three layers.

In finger-jointing system, layers of wood free from defects, are threatened by special knives to open tooth-like openings (with the aim to increase the bonding surface) are again combined.

Yes, wooden windows require maintenance. This maintenance period varies according to the climatic conditions but generally it is between 5 and 8 years. This service takes normally one day.

They are not completely fire-resistant, but they don’t release toxic gases during a fire and continues to maintain its integrity even after the fire.

Standart glass combination used is 4/16/4. However, other special type of glasses like a variety of heat-insulating glass, sound insulating glass can also be used without any problems.

We use water-based wood stains and these are certificated products that are harmless to health and nature.

No. Wooden windows can be coated to any color you want. Both opaque and transparent finishes can be applied on wood.

Yes. Usually, origin of insulation problems at windows are bending and sagging problems at the sashes. Use of lamination technology, together with proper hardware and glass assembly techniques eliminates the sagging problem.

Yes. Moreover, those systems are operated even more smoothly on wooden windows systems due to material properties.

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