Fairview exceptional windows and doors

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Company: Fairview

From the simple and cost-effective, to the sophisticated and state of the art, every Fairview product in every range is manufactured specifically for New Zealand’s environment, and designed to withstand all that our unpredictable weather can throw at them.

Fairview Architectural

Beautifully designed and meticulously built, Fairview Architectural windows and doors turn ordinary spaces into stunning masterpieces. With a distinctive flat profile, contemporary, clean lines, sophisticated colour choices and premium features, Fairview Architectural delivers a consistent look, regardless of the size of the windows and doors.

The range is extensive, with options extending from square, flat and contemporary styles to more substantial ‘boxy’ alternatives for stand-out feature pieces. And with a choice that includes awning and casement windows, bi-fold and hinged doors plus stackers and sliders, the possibilities are endless.

Fairview Thermal

Fairview Thermal blends seamlessly with the Fairview Architectural ranges for maximum design advantages throughout your project.

The combination of flush surfaces, square shapes and timber liners gives Fairview Thermal a clean modern aesthetic.

Designed for residential environments where improved thermal performance is important.

The suite features ‘thermal break’ polyamide technology which reduces thermal transmittance through the joinery, in turn reducing the impact of external temperature variations and providing a more comfortable living environment.

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For further information about our windows and doors talk to us on 09 574 2900 or visit www.fairviewwindows.co.nz

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