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Privacy screens and there many uses

Privacy screens and there many uses

Metal screens are a very versatile product there uses include feature art decorative facades fencing and privacy screens. In this article, we are going to discuss its use as a barrier for privacy.

Australian planning laws require the use of privacy screens in many scenarios particularly when developments are increasingly higher in density around metropolitan areas. In many cases this leads to the use of clunky and ugly installations that simply meet regulations and provide no architectural value whatsoever. Laser cut Privacy screens are a fairly recent advent that provide a beautiful feature piece adding detail and beauty if carefully selected to work in harmony with your residents architecture.

We have been working very hard, independently to produce a range of screens that do exactly this. We have thought carefully and at length about the role and design-function metal privacy screens can and should perform. This has lead to the creation of over 25 new designs that relate closely to new and existing architecture types. Providing options to the market that haven’t previously existed.

The human eye has the ability to discern deep details in structure and form. An Attractive feature of laser cut privacy screens is the detail that can be reproduced over and over in their intricate designs. Adding significantly to the over quality feel of your residence. We use state of the art laser cutters to produce our products the benefit of this technology is 2 fold aside from the above-mentioned detail and accuracy. The technology improvements have lead to decreased production time and therefore cost. Making privacy screens more cost-effective than ever.

Laser cut screens, when built from premium Aluminium alloy, have an install life of beyond 20 years. This installs persistence dwarves that of nearly any other material. Wood, in particular, is a very popular finish in part due to the economy of its initial construction. Unfortunately, a major and often unconsidered drawback of wood finishes is the tendency for the timber to become waterlogged and or buckle under the thermal stress of the hot Australian sun over time. An outstanding reason to go for Aluminum facades is it’s near-complete imperviousness to UV and thermal bombardment. For Laser cut screens It is the persistence of the installation and robustness of the product that means you won’t be wasting money on maintenance and replacement nearly as often, leading to a lower lifetime cost even with it’s higher initial cost.

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