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Nikki Yazxhi

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Siteline composite windows and doors combine the beauty of timber with the durability of aluminium, so you have the best of both worlds

Timber vs metal windows and doors… it’s the choice you have to make when building or renovating a home. Timber definitely suits more traditional styling, while aluminium {metal} lends itself to a more contemporary, industrial look and feel. Metals are also practical and long-lasting, without the need for constant upkeep. A hard choice, up until now…

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Stegbar’s Siteline composite windows and doors merge the beauty and warmth of timber on the inside with the durability and practicality of aluminium on the outside. The timber showcases the window or door internally, complementing the interior design of the home, while the aluminium provides a virtually maintenance-free exterior. The very best of both worlds, which is why we’ve chosen them for our renos. {FYI: We chose Stegbar wood windows in our renovation years ago, so these new windows and doors will fit perfectly with the windows we’re keeping.} + here are more reasons why we’re loving Siteline…

the environmental and energy conscious factor

The Siteline timber halts the transfer of heat that would otherwise occur through the aluminium frame. The energy-efficient glass reflects the sun’s energy, preventing it from entering in summer, while reducing the amount of heat lost in winter by reflecting it back inside.

“Modern glass is of a much higher quality than years past and this allows for homes with much bigger windows to allow for more natural light to flow through a home,” said Christine Evans, Stegbar’s National Marketing Manager. “Due to the properties of the timber, which is sourced from environmentally sustainable forests, energy-efficient glass and single or double glazing options, Siteline’s windows and doors can help to achieve a 6-star energy rating or higher.”

Siteline windows and doors are also engineered to protect the home without compromising style and are suitable for installation in bushfire areas. They feature a quality frame that is treated to resist water saturation, swelling and warping, ensuring they easily open and close every time.

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the NEW Siteline range

The Siteline range has every configuration would want, including bi-fold, awning, casement, sliding and fixed windows, and bi-fold hinged and sliding doors – and each style has its own unique characteristics that are designed to seamlessly compliment your home.

Siteline windows and doors are available in either western red cedar or pine, which can be stained or painted in any colour, or left as a natural light coloured pine. Stegbar’s standard and custom range of anodised, powder-coated aluminium colours and finishes create a weatherproof exterior that provides protection against the elements.

Plus, every Siteline window and door carries a specific guarantee, covering workmanship, performance and durability for up to seven years.

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expert help

If you need design or practical advice on windows or doors, the Stegbar Installation Service is a team of professional experts that can help guide you through the process from product recommendation and selection through to delivery and installation. They can also help to choose the right glazing and glass solution to suit local conditions and individual needs.

For more information, visit www.stegbar.com.au 
+ stay tuned to our Renovation Diary… I’ll show you our windows and doors as soon as they’re installed!


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