Finishing details can take any design to a whole new level and that’s especially true of door and window hardware. From classic and traditional through to cool and contemporary, you’ll find a style to suit in the Trend range.
To help reduce the risks of living in bushfire prone areas, the Building Code of Australia (BCA) was amended in 2011 to increase the stringency around selecting of windows and doors (along with other building materials) for new build or renovation projects. Areas are now assigned a Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) rating from low to extreme.
Australia has some of the harshest sunlight in the world. Your choice of glass can help not only reduce harmful UV rays but can also increase your home’s insulation, reducing both your carbon footprint and your energy consumption.
In busy, urban environments, noise is constant. By choosing an appropriate glass for your specific location, you can significantly reduce the amount of ambient noise that penetrates your home.
There are two types of Grade A safety glass available. Grade A safety glass is harder to break and offers greater security against accidental injury, attempted break-ins and severe weather conditions.
The privacy range of glazing options allows for high level light transmittance while obscuring the view from the outside.