Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Sunshades and Awnings for Commercial Premises at Wacol

Sunshades and Awnings for Commercial Premises at Wacol


Developers, builders, architects and specifiers looking to meet the Section J Energy Efficiency requirements in the Building Code should consider the use of insulated sandwich panel awnings to achieve window shading design requirements. 

This was done on the commercial office premises at 1435 Boundary Rd Wacol to dress up the building and the results can be seen in the accompanying photo. Insulated panel sunshades are also very cost competitive compared to alternatives.

Retracom Contracting was engaged by Multispan to supply and install these sun shades and awnings. Insulated panels come standard in a range of Bluescope colours and are generally finished with powder coated aluminium extrusions. 

Retracom brings quality workmanship and insulated panel expertise to projects established from over 25 years contracting as coldroom builders.  Contact John Thomas or Matt Bourke in our contracting team http://www.retracom.com.au/contracting/contact/  for a supply and install quote on your next commercial property development.

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  2. Awnings are great by the way and it makes the house more complete and serene. We've contacted a construction company to build our awnings and so far, I have no complaints. It's becoming a real home now and there's so much that I can do with it. We opted for a mechanised version of the awning to make it easy to retract it when the need arises. If you are interestged to know more, then see this great site: http://modularhomeblog.com/diy/mobile-home-awnings.html

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