Building a bushfire compliant home doesn’t mean you need to compromise on style.
According to George Ibrahim from Warrior Windows, the most common mistake people make is leaving Flame Zone protection to the last minute and then ending up with a bolt on system that looks like an afterthought rather than an incorporated design.
“If you contact Warrior Windows early during your design phase, we will work with you and/or your designer/builder for free to integrate our systems into your home.
“Warrior products such as; Warrior FZ windows, doors and shutters are specifically tailored for Flame Zone compliance and includes aesthetically appealing designs for all options and budgets,” he said.
Mr Ibrahim said that two things you should look out for when buying your windows is clear specification of product compliance and ease of operation.
“We are a 100% Australian owned and operated company with over 15 years of experience in providing fully compliant and affordable windows, doors a shutters to Flame Zone prone areas,” he said.
“We believe in our products and our service. We would not use anything less to protect our own families and we love sharing our passion with you, our customers and your families.”
Visit Warrior windows at the Bushfire Building and Community Expo this Saturday or go to www.warriorwindows.com.au.