Products
Complete range of windows and doors

Triple Glazing Australia Thermal PLUS high-performance windows and doors are custom made and also come with an optional Low-E glass - ideal for reducing the Australian western sun. Our team also offer a standard range:

 

Windows: Casement, Hurricane, Bifold, Sliding, Louvre, Awning, Fixed​ & Tilt Turn

Doors: Screen, Louvre, Sliding, Stacking, Hinged & Bifold

Fixed pane glass windows
 

Fixed windows do not open, ‘picture windows’  are installed to maximize light into space and capture those million dollar views, or to simply showcase the outdoors. 

 

Casement windows

Casement windows are a very popular window style. Offering versatility with side to open left or right, or hinged to open upwards.  Designed to suit a range of high end architectural properties – with over 250 frame designs.

1.Modern technology.

2. Very secure. 

3. Multiple locking points.

 

Dual turn windows

Dual turn windows combine classic casement windows with modern pivot technology. Very popular European style. They work by pulling the window down and inwards to open, turning the window on a pivot to fully reverse the sash. Allowing optimum airflow for healthy living.

 

Tilt sash window

Tilt sash windows have the appearance of a standard sash window but as well as sliding, one or both of the sashes tilt inwards for easy cleaning. Tilting sashes have the attractive appearance of the traditional sash window, but are more practical for the modern home.

 

Tilt and turn windows
 

Tilt and turn windows possess a dual hinge arrangement that allows the windows to tilt inwards using a hinge at the bottom, as well as opening inwards with a side hinge.​​

 

Aluminium window frames & chambers
 

Aluminium windows work by trapping air in pockets within the frame, reducing thermal conductivity and stopping heat from escaping.

 

These are called ‘chambers’ – the more air chambers a window frame has, the more energy efficient the window can be. This is because each chamber provides an additional barrier for the heat and the cold to contend with. The outerframe and the sashes can each have a different number of chambers, but numbers can range from a 3-chambered frame to a highly energy efficient 9-chambered frame.