Situated next to a beautiful eucalyptus filled park, this new block of townhouses has great views of the park on one side and a communal access driveway on the other. This meant that each side of the home had different screening requirements. Without compromising cross ventilation, the builder wanted views park side and privacy driveway side.
Scope Windows and Doors suggested to the builder that they use a combination of both ForceField and Protec to satisfy these requirements.
With ForceField’s large open area and wide viewing angle it allows maximum air flow as well as maximum viewing, allowing home owners to enjoy their views.
Protec was used on the driveway side, as it offers a higher level of privacy, but still allows airflow through the townhouses.
With its parkside location, and medium density construction, security for residents was also a requirement the builder wanted to fulfil. Both ForceField and Protec have been tested and passed Australian Standards 5039 (AS5039) - security screen doors and window grilles. These tests include simulated burglar attacks with a knife, a screwdriver, cutting pliers, kicking and pulling.
With all these requirements met, the builder has a modern, functional townhouse complex to offer to potential buyers.
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