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Window & Door Purchasing Considerations by Paarhammer

Window & Door Purchasing Considerations by Paarhammer

Whether it's for a new build or a renovation, windows and doors can be quite an investment and it is important to get it right the first time to enjoy increased comfort and low energy bills for many years to come. A number of factors can influence your window and door choice like frame material, glass performance, bushfire compliance, personal preferences like sliding doors or bi-fold doors, and of course where the project is situated. The following is a checklist which can be used as a start for window and door purchasing;

Are you:

  • Building a new home? Or
  • Extending and/or renovating?

Which weather conditions are your windows and doors exposed to?

  • Coastal vicinity.
  • Inland regions/hot and dry climate.
  • Mountainous regions/cold and wet climate.
  • Bushfire prone area.

What is your most pressing concern?

  • Reducing noise.
  • Increasing energy efficiency.
  • Increasing security.
  • Increasing comfort.

Which direction do the majority of your windows and doors face?

  • East, west, north, or south.

Which window and door material do you prefer?

  • Timber.
  • Wood-Alu composite (timber interior/aluminium exterior).

Which doors do you prefer?

  • Sliding.
  • Bi-fold.
  • French.
  • Hinged.

Which windows do you prefer?

  • Tilt & turn.
  • Picture/fixed.
  • Sliding.
  • Bi-fold.
  • Clerestory - tilt.
  • Heritage.
  • Shaped.

Additional features required? Such as;

  • Lockable handles.
  • Barrier free threshold.
  • Large openings.
  • Motorisation/Automation.

Paarhammer Products

A variety of product ranges is available to suit any situation from bushfire to Passive House, economical primed timber to sophisticated architectural expressions, or the low maintenance composite Wood-Alu, all either double- or triple-glazed and custom made to your specifications. Choose from options including timbers, glazing, hardware and handles, flyscreens, automation, etc.

Since 1990, Australian made Paarhammer windows and doors have been setting the benchmark in energy efficiency in Australia. Outstanding quality, security, and design flexibility ensures architects, developers, and homeowners achieve superior results and energy ratings.

For all your window and door enquiries, please visit www.paarhammer.com.au.

Paarhammer Pty Ltd Profile

+613 5368 1999

53 Haddon Drive, Ballan, Vic, 3342.



Paarhammer Pty Ltd Profile

+613 5368 1999



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