Stegbar new range of have been performance tested to give homeowners peace of mind.

According to JELD-WEN Australia, these bushfire rated windows and doors will people living in bushfire zones take the anxiety out of summer. All these products meet and exceed all Australian standards and ratings for bushfire resistance.

These bushfire windows and bushfire doors offer innovative design as well as stringent construction controls and quality components which comply with AS3959 and Australian Standard 1530.8.1 (AS1530.8.1) specifications. They have been independently tested by the CSIRO.

Stegbar’s bushfire rated windows and doors come in both timber and aluminium construction. They mean that fixed glazing systems no longer require bulky shutters, fire curtains or screens.

Homeowners who have established their BAL rating, can trust Stegbar to ensure their windows and doors will meet all the regulatory requirements for both bushfire and energy efficiency. They can do this without detracting from aesthetics and functionality.

Following the 2009 Black Saturday fires, Australian Standard 3959 (AS3959) was updated and the Building Code of Australia changed to reference the new standard in May 2010. The principal changes to AS3959 included new building and construction requirements for bushfire prone areas covering all aspects of the external built environment, including windows and doors.