Body Corporate representative Keith Hutton was very happy with the finished product, he said..
“Thank you so much for the courteous and efficient dealings we’ve had with everyone at Aaromat.
It will be a pleasure to recommend your company in the future.
As discussed with Warren and Wayne, please feel free to take photos of the building as it has made a world of difference to the look of a 1979-80 building.
Again many thanks to Wayne and the team at Aaromat”.
Project manager and Aaromat partner Wayne May said, “the project has gone like clockwork, the body corporate and unit owners have been a pleasure to deal with, that always makes our job easier”.
Mr Hutton said he cannot believe what a difference it makes, he said it gives the feeling of a new building.
The products supplied and installed on this job were framed glass balustrade and aluminium privacy screens. The balustrade was an Aaromat exclusive design 72x30mm radius corner rails and 40x40mm radius corner posts with acid etched glass inserts. The posts were core drilled.
The aluminium slatted screens replaced the old timber lattice screens and besides doing the job they are designed for which is privacy, they add to the overall appeal of the building.
The unit owners are very happy with the “new look” the balustrade and screens have given the building, the product now meets all applicable Australian Standards, in this case AS1170.1 – 2002 Structural Design Actions and AS2208 Safety Glass in buildings, something the previous product didn’t do.
The aluminium screens effectively offer privacy for unit owners when they are out on their balconies, privacy from adjacent units and privacy from the public.
The acid etched glass used in the framed glass balustrade also provides privacy, you cannot see through it but it allows light to filter through.
Aaromat has also installed a feature screen in the front gable primarily to enhance the aesthetic appeal of the building.