Choosing a colour for your aluminium windows and doors requires careful thought to enhance the overall appearance of your home.
The colour you choose can turn your joinery into a statement feature or blend in to complement your other features or views. Vantage offers a full palette of powdercoated and anodised options for you to explore.
Powdercoating is the most popular surface finish and offers a huge range of colour options that cater for buildings in all locations.
Our range of 35 popular colours is a good place to start. They are available in Duralloy, the most economical powdercoat finish. Some colours are available in Duratec, a high performance powdercoat finish. Our powdercoat colours are also available to colour-match your hardware.
Note: when you are choosing your aluminium joinery colour, always assess the colour in natural light using an aluminium colour swatch.
The colours shown are an onscreen guide only and no guarantee can be given that they will be an exact colour match for the finished product. View our physical swatches for an exact match.
* Also available in Duratec®. Refer to Dulux® for Duratec® colour codes.
® Dulux, Duralloy, Duratec and Metropolis are registered trade marks of Dulux Powder and Industrial Coatings. We use Dulux Powder and Industrial Coatings.
Powdercoating Warranty Information
Duralloy is designed for
- Residential developments.
- Buildings up to three levels above ground.
- Properties greater than 100 metres from the mean high tide level
- Where a 10 year film and colour integrity warranty is desired.
Duratec is designed for
- Prestigious residential and commercial developments
- All major architectural developments
- Properties greater than 10 metres from the mean high tide level
- Where a 15 year film and colour integrity warranty is required
Anodising is a popular choice for architectural projects, and with good reason: that glowing matt sheen looks terrific on aluminium.
Anodising creates a dynamic finish as the brightness of the colour changes depending on the angle you're viewing it from. There are six colours available in the anodised finish.
Note: when you are choosing your aluminium joinery colour, always assess the colour in natural light using an aluminium colour swatch. We are able to provide you with the colour swatch samples upon request.
Anodising Warranty Information
For properties in coastal, industrial or other corrosive environments, 25 microns is recommended, and may even be required to qualify for a warranty.
Note: the anodised coating has a 10 year warranty for the 12 micron anodising and 20 years for 25 microns.