Often underestimated, if windows and doors are not done right, water damage, draughts and hefty energy bills could…
Award winning BAL-40 rated home Blairgowrie Dune House sits on sand dunes in the middle of tea trees on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, with bushfire ratings of BAL-40 and BAL-29 the home features double glazed Paarhammer windows, lift-slide doors, stacker sliders and corner stacker sliders as well as motorised clerestory windows, fixed glass units and entry doors.
Technically advanced Paarhammer sliding doors are available in a multitude of configurations including giant sliders, stackers, and corner sliders.
Paarhammer Bushfire Safe windows and doors make it possible to combine aesthetics and design freedom with safety in the highest bushfire prone areas. Tested and approved for all Bushfire Attack Levels (BALs) up to and including BAL-FZ without shutters.
Get the best of both worlds: energy efficient timber with no exterior painting. Custom made in Australia, Paarhammer Wood-Alu Range features the warmth of timber on the inside, and low maintenance aluminium cladding on the outside.
With patented German hardware, the energy efficient Architectural Timber Range is custom made in Australia to your specifications and offers unparalleled security and strength. From European style tilt & turn windows to giant lift-slide doors, no matter what the design, Paarhammer can create it for you.
Located among vegetated sand dunes, house and nature are closely entwined. With a BAL-40 rating on the Moonah tree side of the house, the building needed to be not only high performing but also provide a fire-shield.
This project received a 'Highly Commended' at the Australian Windows Association (AWA) Design Awards 2018 for Best Use of Windows and Doors.
Large fixed double-glazed areas were made for the beach side of the building which follows the high roof line and allows for the most gorgeous views.
Setting-up for the installation of new blinds can be confusing. Thanks to DIYblinds, the confusion of how to measure your window is gone!
Living spaces get smaller as more and more people want to move close to the cities. While many people associate small spaces with less comfort and the feeling of being boxed in, it certainly doesn’t need to be that way