Do you need a good door and window when the cold a

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The cold air is coming, and the temperature in most of China is new low. It's time to wear cotton pants when autumn pants are not working well. Indoor temperature also decreases with the outdoor temperature, so we should do a good job in keeping warm and cold proof at home

when cold air strikes, the room temperature is high, the invasion of outdoor cold air and the loss of indoor heat are closely related to doors and windows. The material, glass and shape of doors and windows are related to whether we can have a warm "haven"

doors and windows are the outer surface enclosure of the house, which can directly affect the indoor temperature. The thermal insulation effect of doors and windows is the key to indoor energy loss. Suifu Nancheng suggests to choose broken bridge aluminum doors and windows, because broken bridge aluminum alloy doors and windows have good thermal insulation effect

bridge cutoff aluminum alloy doors and windows adopt multiple sealing forms due to the soft combination of inner and outer frames of thermal insulation profiles, and there is no gap when closed; Therefore, the thermal insulation performance is superior

the window sash of bridge cutoff aluminum alloy doors and windows adopts hollow glass structure, which effectively reduces the heat transmitted through the doors and windows, and has excellent thermal insulation performance. Its thermal conductivity coefficient is far lower than that of ordinary aluminum alloy profiles

Suifu doors and windows tells you that when the bridge cutoff aluminum alloy doors and windows are closed, the multi-point design joint sealing strip is compressed to produce elastic deformation, which has a strong sealing performance, and the heat preservation effect of doors and windows is guaranteed

Suifu broken doors and windows are selected The bridge aluminum alloy doors and windows can reduce the loss of energy, effectively adjust the room temperature and assist in the comfortable winter





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