Is Fire An Imminent Threat? Fire Attenuation Screens Are Your Safe Haven

Posted on: 29 May 2018

Do you live in an area that is prone to bushfires or in an area where houses are closely packed? The building guidelines state that houses built at close proximity must have attenuation screens. If you live in such a zone or under search circumstances, you need to get an attenuation screen installed for you. Below are some of the reasons why you need to have fire attenuation screens fixed on your windows.
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Advantages of Venetian Blinds

Posted on: 29 November 2017

Despite their name, Venetian blinds actually originate from Persia. However, they did become obscure for several centuries before being reintroduced into the market by Venetian merchants and were forthwith associated with Venetia. The design of these blinds is characterised by using horizontal slats that can be hung either over a cord or a type of fabric. One of the major advantages of these blinds is that they give you full light control as the slats can be rotated by using a cord, and they will have a separate mechanism for opening and closing them.
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Answering Your Questions About Leadlight and Stained Glass Window Repair

Posted on: 6 September 2017

Stained glass or leadlight windows can add lots of style to any home or commercial building, and these windows are also often found in older churches and even older homes. Stained and leadlight windows usually last for many decades before they need repairs, but once they do suffer a chip, crack, or obvious leak of the lead or stain, it's good to have that window fixed right away. This will ensure the work can be done easily, before the damage gets so severe that the entire window then needs replacing.
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Where to Add Interior Bi-fold Doors In Your Home

Posted on: 15 August 2017

Bi-fold doors are a great alternative to standard doors, as the panels of bi-fold doors are often smaller than regular entryway doors, making them perfect for a small room or closet. However, another advantage of these doors is that they can fold up against the wall, accordion-style, to offer more clearance between rooms and a more grand, sweeping feeling to an entryway.  Note a few places where you might have bi-fold doors installed in your home to conserve space or just to improve the overall look and feel of a certain area.
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