A stunning home in Alderly, QLD was fitted with Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows to meet the key priorities of safety, security and style.

Located seven kilometres north-west of the Brisbane CBD, the two-level house enjoys stunning district views and features an L-shaped design, a sparkling in-ground pool and tiled/timber terrace.

Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows were chosen by the architect for use throughout the property.

Installed extensively around the pool on both levels of the home, the louvre windows blend seamlessly into the cream, charcoal and timber exterior of the home for a stylish finish.

The louvres allow maximum cross-ventilation and harness cooling breezes coming across the pool, even on Brisbane’s hottest days. Thanks to the louvres, the home has been able to reduce its reliance on air conditioning, resulting in energy savings.

Safety was of paramount concern to the owners of the home, particularly with windows overlooking the pool from the second level. Safetyline Jalousie louvres can be left open to maximise air circulation while providing a safe environment, with no risk of children falling through or getting stuck in the louvres.

Likewise, the ground floor louvres can be left open even when the owners aren’t home, thanks to the impenetrable security, unique to Safetyline Jalousie windows.

Frosted glass was used on the bathroom louvres to allow privacy as well as ventilation. The Safetyline Jalousie louvres also eliminate the need for extractor fans, creating a more energy-efficient bathroom.