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Impact-Resistant Double-Glazed Windows and Doors for Coastal Homes

Impact-Resistant Double-Glazed Windows and Doors for Coastal Homes

Wilkins Windows is a leading provider of impact-resistant double glazed windows and doors in Australia. Combining the finest materials with the latest technology, they are proud to supply the most innovative and cost-efficient solutions for coastal homes.

Impact-Resistant Double-Glazed Windows and Doors in Action

These impact-resistant double glazed windows and doors were specified for a major residential refurbishment project in Maroubra. Located in a beachside suburb in NSW, the project required new, exceptional windows and doors that would provide optimum protection against the harsh coastal weather conditions.

The specified windows and doors are made with two layers of rigid and insulated glass, sealed together with a 20mm-wide gap filled with either air or Argon gas. This make-up inhibits the free flow of heat energy and provides a maintained interior temperature regardless of the weather outside.

Built to resist the strong forces of wind and rain, the double glass layers of the new windows and doors enabled higher protection of residential building when compared to its former units. Incorporating innovative Low-E glass technology, they are also laminated with ultrathin metallic coating, ensuring a superior resistance to fading or chalking from harmful UV rays. The combined durability and UV resistance account for lasting window and door advantages that will be enjoyed by the residents and their guests for a long time.

Through their bespoke services, impact-resistant double glazed windows and doors from Wilkins Windows can be tailored to specific sizes, colours, and other requirements on request. For more information, visit www.wilkinswindows.com.au today.



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02 9833 2993

12 Harris Street, St Marys, NSW, 2760

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