As a builder in sunny QLD, you know better than anyone that the heat is a major element to consider in residential construction.
That’s why Dowell’s ThermaLine™ range is a great option to consider. In hot climates, the choice of windows and doors can have a huge impact on the comfort, energy efficiency, and durability of your clients’ home. Dowell ThermaLine™ Windows and Doors emerge as the ideal solution for the demanding conditions of the QLD sun!
Why Choose ThermaLine™ for hot climates?
sustainable and luxurious
ThermaLine™ shapes the future of residential sliding door performance. Gain views and open your build without fear of the elements impacting your clients’ comfort.
Modern performance glass and the thermal break technology in Dowell ThermaLine™ allow the homeowner to have large windows while delivering outstanding energy efficiency and comfort.
As much as 87% of the heat gained during summer can come from the windows. That’s why window selection is so crucial in residential building in QLD.
In warmer climates Dowell ThermaLine™ windows help act as a buffer, minimising the transfer of heat into a building. Dowell ThermaLine™ will help minimise the loss of cool air, reducing the size and need for air-conditioners too.
Rated as one of the most energy-efficient thermally broken aluminium windows on the Australian residential market today, measured by what the industry calls U Values.
Aluminium colour range
Their colour range has been specially selected to meet the needs of most building projects and represents some of the most popular colours used and selected by builders.
Sliding Stacking Doors
Corner Stacking Doors
Standard Building Colours
By choosing Dowell ThermaLine™, you’re making an investment in your clients’ long-term well-being, as well as contributing to a sustainable, energy-efficient future.
With advanced thermal performance and UV resistance, they not only keep your living spaces cool and comfortable but also significantly reduce energy costs. Why not offer the best of the best to your clients?