Nothing is more important when designing your home than the window & door selection. The 3 most important ‘S’ factors to consider are: Sustainability (Energy Efficiency), Style and Security. The whole character and thermal performance of your home will be decided by the choices you make at the design phase.
Energy Efficient Windows Australia can supply insect screens to suit any of our uPVC windows or doors.
uPVC Window Screens
Casement and Awning windows – the insect screens comes down from the top of the window frame on the internal face.
Sliding windows – the insect screen slides effortlessly on inside of the window frame.
Bifold windows – the insect screens neatly pull down from the top on the inside of the window
uPVC Door Screens
French and Hinged Doors – Flyscreen doors can be fitted either on the inside or the outside of the door frame. If having a door opening either into or out of a room is an issue e.g. Furniture and walkway clearances, then a neatly pleated screen that slides from a powder coated cassette is the answer.
Insect screens are fitted on the inside of the door frame and slide as easily as the door itself.
Open up the doors to maximise air flow without flyscreens is now possible with a discreet pleated screen the concertinas from the side that can withstand 30km per hour winds!