Wooden Windows Comfort Line

What are the advantages of Comfort Line wooden windows?

The wooden windows under the MIK brand name are quality Comfort Line 70, Comfort Line 80G and Comfort Line 90M windows, available in two differently installed dimensions and forms. Wooden Comfort Line windows are quality windows made from multi-layered glued spruce wood, which gives them a special strength. In addition they are protected by thick layers of environmentally-friendly water-based glazes. Having timeless straight lines and an aesthetic narrow profile, they are suitable for either newly-built construction or renovation. You can choose from a wide range of accessories and designs.

The Comfort Line system offers:

  • Single casement windows
  • Multiple casement windows
  • Balcony doors
  • Folding doors
  • Sliding doors


Form and design

  • Comfort Line wooden windows are available in two thicknesses:
    • frame and casement built-in thickness of 70 mm
    • frame and casement built-in thickness of 80 mm
  • Comfort Line wooden windows are quality windows made of spruce wood as standard, but also available on request in pine, larch, or any other type of wood.
  • Profiles made from several layers of selected spruce, pine or larch woods are glued together, which prevents the wood expanding or shrinking, and thus provides endurance:
    • 3 layers with a profile thickness of 68 mm
    • 3 layers with a profile thickness of 78 mm.
  • Comfort Line 70 and Comfort Line 80 systems enable the execution of various irregularly-formed windows – they can be circular, trapezoidal, triangular …

A wide variety of water-based colours

  • MIK wooden windows are protected by thick layers of water-based glazes, which are environmentally-friendly, of high quality, and enable long-lasting wood preservation.
  • Glazes are available in a wide range of colours which allows for full customization of both the outdoor and indoor appearances of your home/ building.

A wide selection of accessories:

  • sound-insulating glass
  • thermal-insulating glass
  • safety glass
  • figured glass
  • Hoppe Secustic Atlanta handles in white, f9 metallic silver, f4 anodized brown and f1 silver colour.

Comfort Line wooden windows – The Guarantee:

  • 2 year guarantee on the stability of colour shades for all wooden windows.

Additional options offered by Comfort Line wood windows

  • hidden fittings
  • security improvement
  • closure control
  • special types of glass

Do you want your wooden windows to be additionally protected by aluminium lining? MIK wooden windows can be further protected by an outer aluminium cladding, which increases their durability and sustainability. Wooden windows with aluminium layers are easy to maintain and clean, and are suitable for more demanding weather conditions.

Technical data on Comfort Line 70 wooden windows:

  1. Built-in depth 68 mm
  2. Double sealing with transparent silicone
  3. Spruce wood, glued in three layers
  4. Standard thermal-insulating glass (Ug-value 1.1 W/m2 K)
  5. Sound insulation up to 44 dB (with appropriate glazing)
  6. Weatherboard and casement cover with permanent elastic end-caps
  7. Standard anti-lift security system
  8. Standard security against handle rotation.

Technical data on wooden windows Comfort Line 80G:

  1. Built-in depth 78 mm
  2. Triple sealing with transparent silicone
  3. Spruce wood, glued in four layers
  4. Standard thermal-insulating glass (Ug-value 0.7 W/m2 K)
  5. Sound insulation to 44 dB (with appropriate glazing)
  6. Weatherboard and casement cover with permanent elastic end-caps
  7. Standard anti-lift security system
  8. Standard security against handle rotation.