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Security Window Screens and Strata Requirements

After a number of incidents featuring high-level falls was documented by the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, the New South Wales government, along with most other states, were lobbied to find a solution.In 2013, the Australian Building Codes B...

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Safe Suburbs: What to look for?

Providing a safe and secure environment for your family is a primary concern for many of us here in Australia. On a global scale, the Lucky Land is indeed so – it is a relatively safe place to live, by global standards. But among our urban areas, t...

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Security Screen Windows and Doors: Airflow and Natural Air Conditioning

The intense heat of the Australian summer can provide difficulties for our indoor spaces. The hot afternoons and intense humidity can mean poor sleeps await us each night, along with lethargy during our time spent indoors. Little wonder, then, that w...

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Aluminium Fencing for Brisbane and Sydney: A Natural Rust Protection

The Australian population hugs the coast, with a few exceptions, most of the way around the continent. Fresh water is a precious commodity, and these areas receive more of it. However, this coastal way of life comes at a cost. The breezes from the oc...

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How to safely comply with BCA requirements and open your window more than 12.5cm

About the BCA legislation In 2011, the Children’s Hospital at Westmead documented an increase in injuries caused by falls from windows. The hospital established a working party and produced the report Kids Can’t Fly, which states “An increasin...

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Choosing Security Screen Doors and Windows

As the hottest weather of the year descends us, the need for proper ventilation becomes more and more acute. But, open windows and doors may be seen by opportunistic thieves. What's more, sharing your living space with winged insects can be downrig...

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Security Screen Doors and Windows: Spring Cleaning

Screen doors act as great filters, reducing the amount of outside dirt, dust and pollen entering your home, but dusty deposits can build up quickly. A screen door at the entrance is the first thing people see, so it’s important to keep it looking p...

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Security Screen Comparison at a glance

CommandeX supplies two security screen systems, SecureView EclipX 316 Marine Grade Stainless Woven Mesh and Xceed Perforated Aluminium.Which security screen is right for you?The table below compares the features and Australian Standards testi...

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Five Reasons Why to Choose Secureview Security Screens

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Security Mesh Doors: The Subtle Deterrent

At Commandex, we combine the latest technologies and quality materials with home security, to provide home owners with stylish and strong security screens that don’t obstruct the view. Modern technology and materials enables our security mesh to ha...

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