Types of Safety Glass Used in Sliding Doors

1 December 2020
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If you're installing glass sliding doors in your home, you might be concerned about their safety, as standard float glass can be dangerous, especially with children playing in the house. You'll be pleased to know Australian building standards govern sliding glass doors, and they must comply with specific regulations. Laminated Glass Sliding glass doors must use grade A safety glass, one variety of which is the laminated form. This glass consists of two or more glass panes bonded together with a vinyl interlayer. Read More 

How to make your windows bushfire resistant

15 September 2020
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Bushfires are a sad reality that you may need to protect your home against. What action you take will depend upon the threat level in your area. Here are some ways in which you can make your windows bushfire resistant. Install specialist windows This is the most important step. Bushfire windows are available that are made of thick toughened glass that can withstand the heat of the fire. The frames will also be made of a metal such as aluminium which will not burn away. Read More 

Reasons To Install External Double-Glazed Doors In Your Home

22 June 2020
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One way to change the ambience of a home and make it more livable is to open it up by installing extended double-glazed glass doors in a living area, kitchen, bedroom or other space. Here are several reasons to undertake this upgrade. Creates A Brighter Home Sometimes you need to stay at home, working, doing chores or relaxing. On a lovely sunny day, it can be frustrating to be cooped up in a dark house or apartment where you can't appreciate the brightness outside. Read More