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    News Archive for November 2010

    External roller blinds supplied by Shade Factor

    Now available from Shade Factor, external roller blinds are an effective way to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures, retracting into a cassette housing when not in use.

    Castle Hill RSL save $500,000 in roof repairs with SkyCool thermal roof coatings

    Castle Hill RSL in North West Sydney recently had SkyCool thermal roof coating applied to treat rust in their roof, which has resulted in savings of approximately $500,000 in roof replacement costs.

    Timbercrete Masonry Products Convert Local South Coast Man

    Timbercrete products used by Max Zalakos to build his home years ago impressed him so much that he decided to become a licensed manufacturer of the building masonry products.

    Woven Image announces Edge office fixtures

    The Edge range from Woven Image has been expanded with the addition of desk accessories that have been designed to optimise space usage and eliminate the need for excess office fixtures.

    Polyester batts manufactured by Higgins Insulation

    Higgins Insulation has engineered its polyester batts to withstand the varied demands of the Australian climate, while remaining a cost effective and reliable medium for residential and commercial insulation.

    Versigen Banqueting Trolleys available from Spacepac Industries

    Spacepac Industries introduces a new line of banqueting trolleys designed to refrigerate as well as regenerate cooked food in a controlled environment to keep it fresh.

    Kingspan kicks goals at Princes Park

    The home of the Carlton Football Club at Princes Park has a new outer façade and high exterior walls constructed from Kingspan’s Architectural wall panels, finished in a stylish mini-rib profile.

    QLD proposes changes to gas powered water heaters

    Laws to improve energy efficiency requirements for water heaters run on bottled gas have been proposed in Queensland Parliament which would require new appliances powered in this way to have a minimum four-star energy rating.

    HIA: New home sales confirm weak outlook

    Despite a slight improvement in October, new home sales continue to point to a renewed decline in residential construction, claims the Housing Industry Association

    Victorian Government offers BAL-FZ window grants

    The Victorian government is providing access to a limited number of grants intended to assist industry in the development, testing and manufacture of external glazed elements suitable for use in BAL-FZ.

    Extension to first home owner grant labeled 'not enough'

    The NSW government's announcement that the $7,000 first home owner grant will now be available for homes valued up to $835,000 - up from $750,000 - is welcome, but changes should have been made to other schemes too, says the Urban Taskforce.

    Australian green building industry thrives

    Australia’s green building industry continues to thrive, the members of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) were told at the Annual General Meeting this week.

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