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Our new Liverpool Showroom shows how the right splash of colour can add personality and style to your home. As you wander through, you’ll find our latest window and door ranges finished in a selection of contemporary hues, and presented just as they might look in your home, complete with stylishly furnished interiors and modern exterior façades. Our Natura (/natura) timber windows and doors are displayed in Cedar, Meranti and Merbau. Whether your look is tradit ..

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The type and configuration of windows in your home play a key role in comfort and energy efficiency. Standard single glazed windows are usually constructed with one glass pane that can range from 4mm to 8mm, and do not perform well when it comes to maintaining energy loss or storage. A smarter solution is double glazing, or insulated glass. Double glazed windows are constructed with two individual panes of glass that are separated by a thin layer of air or a  ..

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The doors are open! Wideline is excited to announce a brand new, state of the art showroom in the heart of greater western Sydney. Wideline Liverpool is our massive 310sqm flagship showroom that showcases our Residential, Designer and Architectural ranges. Get a sense of how your home will look and feel with our stunning contemporary display. Explore our window and door designs and browse the selection galleries to help you choose the perfect colour, hardw ..

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If you’re building a new home, you have a great opportunity to get creative and build something that is both enduring and aesthetically pleasing (https://www.kitome.com.au/designs/) – something that you (and your family) will be comfortable living in for many years to come. When building a new home, one of the things that you should pay close attention to is the windows. The days are long gone when there was anything resembling a ‘standard’ window. These days, people make use of a ..

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A hidden cost many forget to consider until late in the window ordering process are things many consider to be ‘added extras’ namely the costs involved in glass that is specified for your home. There has been a recent change to BASIX legislation around improvements in energy efficiency and more specifically, controlling heat loss and gain through windows. This has meant that for many homes, double glazing or Low-E coated glass may be unavoidable in your new build. This can also impact on the ..

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When it comes to choosing windows for your new build or renovation it can all seem a little overwhelming at first, sash this, awning that, transoms and mullions…..what does it all mean? Let’s go through some of the window lingo you need to know to help you with your window selection and you’ll be throwing around words like stile, jamb and reveals in next to no time. Let's start with the basics, the window frame; Now let's move on to the Sash, which is the moving fr ..

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Congratulations on your new build! Building a home can be both exciting and a little overwhelming at the same time. We want you to have a great experience so let’s help you with answering some of the most common questions we receive when it comes to choosing windows and doors for your new build. 1. When should I discuss windows and doors with my builder? The answer to this one is an easy one – straight away! Decisions on windows and doors must be made prior to plans being submitte ..

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Awning windows are a popular window style as they offer a range of benefits while working well with both modern and traditional architecture. Wideline awning windows are available in timber and aluminium, which allows diverse design and functionality. How awning windows operate Awning windows open outward from a top hinge. They are screened on the inside of the window. A chain winder allows you to open the window to the amount required. Wideline awning windows can be locked in an ope ..

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When renovating it’s very easy to be tempted to cut costs, but keep in mind that features that increase comfort, reduce energy bills over time and improve resale value, can be worth paying a bit more for. When looking at the cost of a renovation, budget for the long term by factoring in long-term savings and improved resale value into your renovation decisions. A little for a lot more Much of the time the expense required for a long-term gain is only minimal on top of the base outl ..

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There are many reasons to replace your home’s windows. New windows can improve the comfort, enhance the appearance, improve the energy efficiency and increase the safety of your home. Here are some of the reasons to replace your windows: Create comfort Windows are the weakest point between your home and outside. If you haven’t got good quality windows, then you may be missing out on comforts that modern windows offer: With the right frame and glass selection, your windows can reduce  ..

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