Our “Tips & Knowledge” section can help broaden your knowledge and understanding in different fields of interest: glazing, rust protection strategies, the many advantages of Steel Frame Windows, and more.
The History of Steel-Windows production Steel Windows & Doors are produced in an industrial way for more than 150 years all around the world. The
All Handles are made of Brass and available in the following finishes: Brushed Nickel, Antique-Brass, Natural-Brass
Developments That Make a Difference: What We’re Doing At Tuval In Order To Make Better Looking & Higher Quality Steel-Windows & Doors
It’s All About Size – Large Windows & Narrow-Sight-Line The hottest and most dominant trend in the world of luxurious construction projects these days is
Why do Steel-Windows have bad reputation Aluminum windows are composed of finished profiles arriving already painted and ready to assemble at the project site. Steel-Windows,
How to protect Steel-Windows from rust – What’s the difference between Electrogalvanizing and Zinc Metalizing?
The main disadvantage of Steel Windows is the tendency to encounter rust at a certain point in time. Rusting (corrosion) is a natural and gradual
Steel-Windows are architects’ and interior designers’ first choice, thanks to their technical flexibility and compatible design. The aluminum industry has tried to imitate the minimalistic
The Difference Between Insulating Glass and Laminated Glass – Which Solution is Best For Your Window?
What is laminated Glass? Laminated glass is comprised of two pieces of glass attached to each other using PVB film. The film doesn’t harm the
#3 Developments That Make a Difference – What We’re Doing At Tuval In Order To Make Resilient and High Quality Steel-Windows & Doors
Why Do Windows made of Steel have a bad reputation? As opposed to aluminum framed windows that arrive ready-made for assembly, Steel-Windows are crafted upon