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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Aluminum is a lightweight, corrosion-resistant, sustainable and eco-friendly metal, making it an ideal choice for windows and doors. It does not rust, rot, or warp ensuring long-term durability. It is a strong material, allowing for the creation of slim-profile frames that can support large glass panels. Aluminum frames can be thermally broken, which helps reduce heat transfer and improve energy-efficiency. Aluminum windows and doors require minimal maintenance, can be customized into various shapes and sizes, and are highly resistant to extreme weather conditions.

  • Since 1978, RAM has believed in producing superior quality products and servicing those products with local experts that can provide expedited responses to any customer request. RAM’s core competency is thermally-broken aluminum window and door products that are durable, energy-efficient, sustainable, and weather-resistant. Our all-aluminum frames are finished with either high-performance paint (AAMA 2604 or 2605 grade) or are anodized (Class I or Class II thicknesses available) to accommodate standards at the highest level. RAM partners with key glass suppliers to provide Low-E, dual-paned, ultimate performance glass that prevents harmful solar rays and reflects heat. For our operable products, RAM utilizes industry-leading, high-quality hardware made for function and durability. RAM exceeds industry standards for insulation and energy performance. We take pride in our long-lasting relationships with our customers, architects, builders, and partners, and are committed to offering them first-class customer service. 

  • Yes, aluminum windows and doors do require some maintenance to ensure they remain in good condition and continue to function properly. While aluminum is a durable and corrosion-resistant material, it can still be affected by environmental factors and general wear and tear over time. Learn more about care and maintenance.

  • Most windows and doors have a lifespan of 15-20 years, depending on the materials and maintenance. If your windows and doors are approaching or exceeding this age, it may be time to consider replacement. Aluminum windows and doors are resistant to rust and corrosion, making them last 20 to 30 years or longer.

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