Sustainable Louvre Window Design | Safetyline Jalousie

How Australian Architects Lead the Way in Sustainable Building Design

Sustainability is a key concern in modern building. Clients want to see a commitment to environmental issues. Australia has become a world leader in this sector. Sustainability isn’t a brand new concept. It’s existed for several decades. As people become more aware of the effects...Read More
Bushfire Prone Areas | Safetyline Jalousie

Specifying Louvres in Bushfire Prone Areas

In response to the Black Saturday bushfires that devastated the state of Victoria in 2009, Australian Standard 3959 was updated and republished AS3959:2009 on 1 May 2010. The Standard specifies requirements for the construction of buildings in bushfire-prone areas in order to...Read More
The History of Jalousie | Safetyline Jalousie

The History of Jalousie

Quite often we will receive a telephone call or meet a new client that will ask, “Where did the word ‘Jalousie’ come from?” We also hear some interesting interpretations of its pronunciation! Pronounced “Jhal-uuz-ee”, the Oxford Dictionary definition is; A blind or...Read More

The Rising Tide of Noise Pollution and its Negative Effects

The location of a property is just as important as the materials used to build it. Those who live near busy roads and airports have to deal with an immense amount of noise pollution. This article examines the negative effects of this. It also looks at some of the things you can...Read More

Front 2018

Join us 9-10 August at Carriageworks for Front 2018. This never-before-seen boutique event is guaranteed to deliver the network and knowledge you need. Whether it be for education, CPD points, inspiration or project research, FRONT presents relevant content for providers in the...Read More

Boom in High Rise Building Construction Gives Rise to Safety Concerns

Population growth in Australia has create more demand for accommodation. This has led to a boom in high-rise building construction. Unfortunately, this boom has created several safety concerns. Up until 2009, the rate of apartment construction in Australia was quite flat. But the...Read More

Safetyline Jalousie announce expansion into Malaysia

Safetyline Jalousie is excited to announce its offshore expansion into Malaysia. Suziyana Chamari is leading the team based in Kuala Lumpur and offers a wealth of knowledge with a Bachelor of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying. The Safetyline Jalousie team welcome...Read More

Black Mould Problem Raises Concerns About Leaky Buildings

Black mould has the potential to cause serious health issues. Yet many Australian buildings don’t have adequate safeguards against it. Leaky buildings lie at the heart of the problem. The rate of apartment building in Australia is at an all-time high. A continually-growing...Read More

Embassy Tower Under Construction

Introducing Embassy Tower, St Leonards. Soaring upwards, its elevated vantage point offers sweeping views across the north shore, Harbour Bridge and CBD. Currently under construction and due for completion in late 2018,  Safetyline Jalousie are supplying operable glazed louvre...Read More

Recent Survey Suggests that Non-Compliant Building Products Cause Major Construction Issues

Many builders have come across non-compliant materials. This is despite the strictness of the country’s building codes. Here’s why this is such a major issue in the building sector. There’s no denying the importance of building compliance in Australia. The country’s...Read More