Are you renovating or building and planning your window placement? Optimising your window placement should be a priority when building or renovating. When it comes to window placement, here are some things that Wideline recommends you do and don’t do:
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1. Live first then plan
Make sure you spend some time living in your home before making renovation plans. It’s important that you experience what the home is like to live in. You’ll find out details like where the sun goes and what parts of the home are hot or cold. You’ll find out how your fami ..
The NSW Government has introduced transformative changes to the Building Sustainability Index (BASIX) targets to reduce the energy consumption in new homes and apartments. Improving Australia’s housing sustainability helps to ensure new developments are ready for a changing climate, affordable t ..
Do you need new windows for your renovation or build? Windows do more than simply let in light, so there are a few things to consider before selecting your windows and placing a window order. let’s walk you through the process of choosing your windows in 7 easy steps. Step 1. Measure the window ..
If we asked you to start planning your kitchen renovation, what would you think about? The benchtop you’d choose and the colour of your dream cabinets? But have you considered how your outlook to the world can be changed with your kitchen window choice?
When updating a space, it’s amazing wh ..
Wideline has had a long history on the North Coast of NSW and we’re proud to say that we’ve returned to the region, with a focus to the future. We’ve opened the doors to our new Wideline window and door showroom Port Macquarie, which is conveniently located in the Port Macquarie industrial preci ..
Australian homes are looking for more ways to enjoy the outdoors - even while in the comfort of their own home. Last week Wideline was interviewed about using bi-fold doors to open up the indoor and outdoor areas. This informative article was published in the news.com.au network of local papers. ..
Do you have dark or dull rooms in your home? Don’t switch on a light, there are ways to increase the amount of light streaming into your home naturally. These 10 ways to help maximise the sunlight in your home will give your family a healthier, happier and brighter home environment. 1. Remove or ..
Incorporating passive design tips into your renovation or build can help keep your home naturally cooler. Reduce your reliance on artificial cooling with these greener ways to keep your home cool: 1. Track the sun
Pay attention to where the sun hits your home over summer. The midday sun can ..