Are you on the process of renovating your home? If you intend to replace all old doors and windows this topic I’m going to share comes very timely because it covers ideas that will help you choose the right doors and windows. Keep in mind, the availability of designs and materials used do vary and can be overwhelming. So, might as well give the following ideas a good read before contacting a door and window specialist.
Compliance with Australian Standards
Among your requirements when contracting a door and window company to custom built your doors and windows is their compliance with Australian standards. Why? There are restrictions that may apply in your area such as the mandated heights for tilt windows to lessen the risk of smaller kids from falling through. If unsure about the existing rules followed in your state, better consult your builder.
When you scouting for designs of doors and windows, it’s a plus point if the contractor has a physical showroom where you can actually see their finished products on different types of custom made doors and windows like sash windows, horizontal bi-fold doors and sliding doors. Visiting a physical showroom can give you hands-on experience on their worker’s craftsmanship.
Having access online is another criteria that you should use before committing to any window and door specialist. If the contractor has a website where you have the privilege to view a wide range of their doors, guillotine windows and steel furniture collections it would be convenient on your end, especially if you don’t have time to do actual visitation.