We will be custom making your new windows and doors to fit in with your unique home as well as the life you love to live. We custom build ALL of our windows and doors from our factory in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney and put them straight into your home.
As the only custom window and door manufacturer in the area, many local companies will sell replacement windows and doors and have us manufacture them. Buying direct saves you the “middleman” price loading which is why we will beat ANY like for like quote by 10%.
Single / Fixed
Tilt & Slide
4 Panel Slider
3 Panel Slider
Tilt & Turn
Side / Top Hung
ANNEALED OR FLOAT GLASS
Annealed glass is an economical flat glass product that is the first result of the float process. The float glass process produces a very flat and optically clear pane of glass and is available in clear, toned, high performance toned, ultra clear low iron glass and Low E pyrolitic coated.
The appearance of glass can be modify with surface coating, such as reflective, tinting, scratch resistance etc. Coated glass can be toughened, laminated and incorporated into an insulating glass unit.
Toughened glass is far more resistant to breakage than annealed glass. It is treated with thermal tempering where the glass is heated above 600°C; its surfaces are then rapidly cooled while the inner portion remains hotter. This results in compressive stresses in the surface and tensile stresses in the body of the glass giving it increased resistance to breakage.
Laminated glass is made of layers of glass with inner layers of polymeric material bonded between the glass layers. There are three types: Poly Vinyl Butyral (PVB) laminated glass, Ethyl Vinyl Acetate (EVA) and Polyurethane (PU) glass. For special applications, Cast in Place (CIP) laminated glass is made by pouring a resin into the space between two sheets of glass that are held parallel and very close to each other. Laminated glass is safe and secure as it doesn’t shatter on impact, instead it is held together by the inner layer.
LOW EMISSIVE GLASS
Low Emissive glass has a thin metallic or oxide coating on its interior surface, which allows the light through but prevents long-wave heat through the glass. – it provides thermal insulation. Low Emissive glass cuts the loss of heating during the winter and cuts the absorption of heat during the summer by reflecting heat back. It can also block up to 84% of the sun’s UV rays to reduce fading of upholstery, carpets and curtains.
Glass can be treated for many other purposes such as: Security – to resist physical attack, ballistic and bomb blasts; Privacy – to block out the glass with a screen printed image or by adding a metal coating to mirror the glass surface; Aesthetics – to create a design feature with patterned glass.