Here at Ecovue, we provide a whole host of insulating products for homes. We wanted to take this opportunity to introduce them to you and give you a brief idea of what each product does and how it can help you not only save money on your energy bills but also help reduce your carbon footprint and protect the planet. All of our products also offer distinct aesthetic and practical benefits so that they're not just in aid of protecting the planet or reducing your energy costs.
Ecovue has been providing double glazing products across New South Wales for the past 11 years, so we consider ourselves experts on the topic. After 1200 installations, there isn't much left for us to discover about our products. However, we always consider ourselves to be learning and growing with the market to ensure that the products we provide to you are up to date with the latest in security, insulation and noise reduction technologies.
We provide a whole host of uPVC double-glazed windows that we source from our fabricator in the UK. uPVC double glazing is standard in the UK for many reasons, but the most important is that it helps UK homes to become more energy-efficient. To ensure that our windows are suitable for the Australian climate, we treat the frames with a unique anti-UV formula to ensure durability in the harsh Australian sun.
Tilt and Turn, Awning and Casement
We provide tilt and turn, awning and casement windows to suit the modern home that wants to prioritise ventilation and light introduction to the home. All three of these window styles are fitted with market-leading double glazing and durable uPVC frames. These windows can all be opened on a hinge, depending on the specific style, allowing air into them. Each window style is also fitted with a multi-point locking system that has been verified by the British police 'Secured by Design' certification. Each window is tested against the most common forms of burglary to ensure it can withstand a forced entry attempt.
Fixed and Double Hung
We also provide fixed windows for the homeowner who is not concerned with opening the windows and would like to have the light coming in. These windows are fixed into the wall and provide exceptional thermal efficiency. Finally, we also have double-hung windows for homeowners looking to provide their home with the traditional heritage aesthetic to their home!
Double Glazed Doors
Our double glazed doors are equally certified by 'Secured by Design' and provide the home with wonderful exit-ways into the garden or balcony. The double glazing as a part of the doors is made to the same standard as the windows and provides ample opportunity for light to be let in or open up the house to the outside.
Sliding doors are an old home favourite, so we wanted to ensure that they were on our list of products to provide to those in New South Wales. The effortless rolling action ensures you can open up your home with ease, whilst the customisation options for colours can give your house a splash of personality that matches its occupants.
For the homeowner looking for the hinged option, we have those too! French doors are also a classic option for a way out into the garden, and we provide these with the same standard as the rest of our products. We can also fit these doors on the home's interior should you wish to have them on the inside for better room-by-room insulation.
Moving away from uPVC, we also have a selection of aluminium doors. Aluminium is quickly becoming the premium choice for homeowners since manufacturers have figured out how to circumvent the problems with thermal insulation. Since the advent of thermal break technology, aluminium doors are just as thermally efficient as other options on the market. Their slim sight lines and premium look ensure that your home has an ultra-modern finish and provides you with exceptional views of the outside. We provide aluminium doors in both bi-fold and stacking variants.
Finally, for the homeowner looking for maintenance-free shading, our blinds between glass (BBG) allow you to darken your rooms without worrying about excessive dust or cleaning. BBG is housed between the two panes of glass and is only made possible with double glazing. They provide an extra layer of thermal insulation and increased privacy and light control. They need to be built into the door so if you would like your double glazing to have BBG, then make sure you mention that during the quoting process!
Speaking of, if you want a quick and free quote today, you can with our easy-to-use online pricing tool! In addition, you can contact us directly through our online contact form if you have any questions about any of the products, or you can reach us by phone on 1 300 326 883.