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Reduce your heating costs

Save energy with thermal insulation

Are your heating costs too high? Normally, this is in fact down to your windows, not your heating system.

"They'll do for a few more years." That's what most home owners think when looking at their old windows. However, just because your windows still look ok from the outside does not necessarily mean that they offer anywhere near enough heat insulation. Very few people are aware of how much money they are literally throwing out the window on account of poorly insulated windows. Putting the replacement of old windows on the back-burner definitely won't pay off in the long run.

While just 8% of a building's outer shell is made up of windows, they are the source of almost 40% of heat losses.

The thermal imaging camera shows one thing for certain: High surface temperatures and, as a result, significant heat losses are visible in the area around the glass and frame before the renovation with aluplast – as you can see from the red and yellow areas. After replacing the windows, heat losses are kept to a minimum.

Create your own haven of peace and quiet!

Sound insulation

However, it shouldn't be a luxury, it's essential. We need silence in order to unwind, switch off, and relax.

Noise has turned into one of the greatest problems in urban areas. Noise stresses our body, particularly as we cannot control whether, when and to what extent we are exposed to it. 
Your home should be a haven of peace and calm where you can recharge your batteries. Create your own haven of peace and quiet – With soundproof windows by aluplast. You will feel and hear the difference – Or to put it better: you won't hear a thing ...


Enjoy more peace and quiet at home                                        


  • Reduces noise by up to 47 decibels, i.e.:
    Reduces noises from a major road to almost nothing
  • Up to noise isolation class V
  • Up to 62% better sound insulation than conventional windows
  • Did you know...

    ... Noise can be harmful to your health? According to a study by the WHO, people subjected to loud noises run a higher risk of developing a number of problems such as allergies, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure or migraines.