2020’s Construction Trends (And How They’ll Shape the Future of Australian Building Design)

There are changes afoot in the construction sector that will affect developers. These are the key trends you need to know about for 2020 and beyond. The introduction of any new technology has the potential to cause changes in an industry. Many have concerns about sustainability...Read More
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The Scale of the Non-Compliance Problem in Australia (And How You Can Avoid Using Non-Compliant Building Products)

Non-compliance is a major issue in the Australian building sector. This article examines the scale of the problem and how you can avoid non-compliance. A non-compliant building product is not necessarily one that is non-conforming. Yet, it is one that’s used incorrectly in regard...Read More
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The Rise of Sustainability in the Australian Building Sector

The Rise of Sustainability in the Australian Building Sector

Sustainability in building has become a hot button topic. Increased awareness of environmental issues plays a large part in that. The Australian building industry has responded well. We live in a world that cares a great deal about the environment. More people than ever...Read More
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Most Common Sources of Air Leaks

The Most Common Sources of Air Leaks (And What You Can Do About Them)

Air leaks bring down the energy efficiency of a building. Here is a look at the main causes of air leakage in residential and commercial buildings. We also cover some possible solutions. Air leakage happens when outside air enters and exits a building in an uncontrolled way. The...Read More
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Storm Damage Leads to Questions Current Building Regulations

Storm Damage Leads to Questions About Current Building Regulations

Australia experiences an average of 13 cyclones each year. When they reach land, these storms can have devastating effects on buildings. Several experts are now calling the country’s building regulations into question. Each year, Australia experiences about 16% of the world’s...Read More
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The key concern for schools is building designs have an effect on student performance. Read now to learn how windows play key roles in the classroom.

Clever Classrooms: The Role of Windows and Ventilation in Classroom Performance

Your building designs have an effect on student performance. This is a key concern for the schools that may want to use your services. Here’s how windows and classroom ventilation play key roles in student learning. Educators go to great lengths to improve the educational...Read More
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5 Ways to Boost Energy Efficiency in Your Building with Double Glazed Window

5 Ways to Boost Energy Efficiency in Your Building

Energy efficiency in commercial and residential buildings is an important concern for builders and residents alike. There are many ways to improve energy efficiency as part of renovations. These ways help homeowners consume less energy and spend less on heating and electricity....Read More
Does Australia Need Better Regulation for Building Certifiers Die to Opal Tower

Does Australia Need Better Regulation for Building Certifiers?

There’s an increasing call for better regulation in the industry, and the focus seems to have fallen on Australia’s building certifiers. But is it needed? The issue of certification is more prominent than it has been in a long time. The industry has seen many raise the issue of...Read More
Discover how the York and George project overcame those challenges with Safetyline Jalousie. Check here to learn more.

The York & George Project (and three things you can learn from it)

Developing high-rise buildings presents an array of challenges. Window choice is among the biggest of them. Discover how the York and George project overcame those challenges with Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows. The rate of high-rise building construction in Australia is on...Read More