Economic Recovery Stimulus: Safetyline Jalousie Urges Government to “Go Local First”

Safetyline Jalousie is calling on the government to support 1500 small businesses in window fabrication and improve air-quality in built environments as part of the A $17.6 billion in building and construction stimulus. Nationwide: 15,000 jobs are reliant on the windows...Read More

Safetyline Jalousie Help to “Fill the G”

Founded in 2014 by Neale Daniher and Pat Cunningham FightMND was established with the purpose of finding effective treatments and ultimately a cure for Motor Neuron Disease. The debilitating disease gradually takes away the patient’s use of their arms and legs, their ability to...Read More

We’re Committed to ensuring the health and safety of our team during Covid-19

Prior to the development of a nationally-consistent work health and safety policy, some businesses operating within COVID-19 hotspots in NSW have become early adopters of chemical fogging.   After hearing about the unique product & technique that successfully kills COVID-19,...Read More

The value of mentors in times of crisis

Safetyline Jalousie’s Director Leigh Rust talks us through why mentors are of such value in times of crisis like the current coronavirus pandemic that we’re facing.  The word unprecedented is used far too liberally these days but, right now, the economy is facing unprecedented...Read More

Safetyline Jalousie Open for Business during COVID-19

While many Australian businesses have been forced to close their doors in recent weeks due to COVID-19, Australian manufacturer, Safetyline Jalousie Louvre windows are open for business. Established in 2010 by brothers Leigh and Nathan Rust, Safetyline Jalousie supplies...Read More

Safetyline Jalousie Named as Finalists in Prestigious Business Awards

Safetyline Jalousie have been named as finalists in two of the country’s most prestigious business awards. The company is nominated in the Manufacturing category of the Small Business Champion Awards, which support and recognise the efforts and achievements of small businesses...Read More
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Reshaping Sydney’s Skyline – 40 year cap on building heights removed

What has been described as the most comprehensive urban planning overhaul in over 40 years is now underway. Since 1971 there has been a 300-metre height restriction on skyscrapers in central Sydney. Under the new draft, the City of Sydney will allow towers to be built up to...Read More
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Safetyline Jalousie on Auckland Waterfront

Princes Wharf is one of New Zealand’s premier and most prestigious pieces of real estate. Six “sheds” designed by Colin Leuschke are comprised of more than 300 apartments at the heart of Auckland’s waterfront. Princes Wharf was originally established as a commercial wharf...Read More
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Safetyline Jalousie Louvre Windows announce partnership with Darley Aluminium

Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows are proud to officially announce the partnership with leading Australian distributor of aluminium, Darley Aluminium. As part of the agreement, Darley Aluminium is now distributing Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows to 2000 aluminium fabricators...Read More
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