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3 years3 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Our Metricon Liberty 45 on the Northern Beaches, Sydney

Will check it out. Lovely choice.

3 years3 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Our Metricon Liberty 45 on the Northern Beaches, Sydney

Love the tap ware! Especially in the bathroom. May I ask where you sourced them from? The bathroom looks amazing.

3 years3 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
A&L Boutique Sliding Doors - security doors?

I suggest calling A&L again, you may get more clarity on the situation. It is possible that the there is a cover plate over the existing tracks. You should…

3 years3 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Pivot doors and flyscreen/security screen doors

Pivot doors are gorgeous but screening them is a bit of a nightmare. Is there room to build out and enclose a retractable or pleated fly screen that won't…

3 years3 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Our Nolan

Hi there,
Regarding screens for the awning windows. Take a look at retractable screens. The are fitted like a roller blind on the inside of the window and you…

3 years3 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
How realistic are bi-fold doors to alfresco areas?

If your concern is insects, there are solutions to screening bifold doors. You could opt for retractable flyscreens or pleated flyscreens that tuck away out of site when you…

4 years4 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Building Henley Marina Q1 - Clyde North

Hi there,
I just noted you mentioned putting retractable screens on the outside. Here are a few tips that will help you get years of trouble free use out them.…

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4 years4 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Coral Homes general build thread

Hi there,
Take a look at the following links that may be helpful:
BAL information: http://www.awa.org.au/documents/item/174
Check out http://www.prowlerproof.com.au/page/forcefield/Showroom they do a good product and…

4 years4 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
What's New????

Hi Ed,
That sounds really interesting. Great to see local innovation. Best wishes with it. Looking forward to seeing it.

4 years4 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Building a Waldorf or Marriot by Porter Davis

I love it!
Thanks for the laugh.

4 years4 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Building a Waldorf or Marriot by Porter Davis

Hi TBH,
There are several kinds of retractable screens that can work over sliding doors. Pleated and retractable. With both, the best bet is to have them start at…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Retractable Flyscreens-Freedom / Artilux / Phantom

Hiya,
There are options available that prevent retractable screens from recoiling into their cassettes. Over stacker doors you can opt for a system the you can position/lock along the opening…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Fan lights and bedroom solutions

Retractable and pleated screens are ideal for screening bifold doors. If you are are still in the building phase it would be good to know more about the finish…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Retractable screen - is it worth it? Thinking Centor S1E..

Retractable screens are great for maintaining your view as they roll away out of site when you don't need them. With stacker doors they are usually mounted to the…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Alkira Homes KDR (Ryde NSW) - DIY Landscaping

Hi there,
There are a few things to consider when screening stacker doors. On thing to keep in mind is that the screen should ideally be fitted to the mullion…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Blinds or curtains for stackable sliding doors

I agree, panel glides can be a good option. If it's for a rental go roller blinds - much easier and cheaper to replace.

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Two story with Webb & Brown-Neaves on Mandurah Canals, WA

Hi there,
Not sue where you're up to with your screens. There are a few options to you in retractable and pleated style. Not all retractable screens have…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Anyone building at bunya???

Hi Nik, check out the following link to the Australian Window Association (AWA) guide to bush fire regulations. It't very helpful.
http://www.awa.org.au/documents/item/174

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Window screen mesh with tilt and turn windows?

Hi Mamma Face,
Lovely house. Take a look at retractable flyscreens as an option. They are fitted to the inside and the the window and come down like a…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Who is building with Beechwood

Retractable screens work best for awning and casement windows that open out. They work like a roller blind so you pull them down from the top when you need them…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Removing flyscreens - whats the secret?

Black. As Ed said, white stands out and gets dirty, so then it would become grey and tired looking. Black blends and you get better vision through.

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Sunscreen Panel Glides?

I think your best bet is to talk to the fabric companies like Helio Screens and Bricos. They can tell you about fabric and whether they can be used…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
KDR with Sekisui House: post handover

Yes, there are options available for screening bifold doors. Depending on the configuration of your doors (inward/outward opening - center or side opening) Retractable and pleated screens are the…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Bi-fold vs stackers

There are a few options open to you when it comes to screens bi-fold or stacker doors. You can opt for pleated or retractable screens, both of which retract…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Awning, Casement, Double Hung ...

I love tilt and turn windows and doors! They look great, are really functional. I can't believe how few people know about them!

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Who else is building with Eden Brae?

Hi there,
There are a few options for stacker doors. You could consider retractable or pleated screens that can attach to the mullion of the fixed panel of your stacker…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Who else is building with Eden Brae?

Hi there,
When it comes to retractable screens check out the cassette sizes that are less obtrusive so they don't take up too much space in the reveal or face of…

5 years5 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Porter Davis homes

Hi there, I'm wondering if you could apply a slip bolt to prevent the second door from having to open? That seems like an odd design. On another…

6 years6 yearsmarisa@artiluxmarisa@artilux posted:
Plantation Shutters & Flyscreens - Advice needed

Hi there, one of the best types of screens for awning windows are retractable screens. The work like a roller blind with side channels on either side. You…

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