Our aesthetically pleasing product has excellent thermal insulating values, thereby creating a more comfortable environment to live and work in. These insulation properties make it ideal for insulating roofs, ceilings
and walls. The additional advantage is that it provides a permanent maintenance-free internal surface
The Noise Reduction Coefficient (commonly abbreviated NRC) is a scalar representation of the amount of sound energy (acoustic energy) absorbed upon striking a particular surface. 35mmThick ThermocousTex Boards have a NRC Value of 0.85 and are available in white, marble, and black colours, all of which have identical acoustic performance. These boards are ideal for noisy environments where efficient, cost effective sound absorption solutions are required. Examples of applicable noisy environments are recording studios, church’s, airports, train stations, schools, sports centres, auditorium’s, etc.
KENZO windows and doors are made of strong, lightweight aluminium alloy frames. They require limited maintenance and never need to be painted – the perfect combination of durability, energy-efficiency and affordability. All products are SANS 613 certified and compliant.
Swartland offers three wooden window ranges to suit your application and your budget.
All windows are made with our world-class manufacturing excellence and all ranges are leaders in their class.
Selected windows are SANS 613 certified and approved.
Our WINSTERS range is our most popular range, providing features that allow the customer to experience Swartland quality at a competitive price. STYLES: Full pane, Small pane, Mock sash, Top Hung
Our CAPE CULTURE range features our flagship products. All these products represent the very best of Swartland in terms of quality and guarantees.
STYLES: Sliding sash, Mock sash, Top hung, Horizontal gliding, Full pane, Small pane.
Our KAYO range offers customers with a limited budget access to Swartland’s world-class standards at an affordable price.
STYLES: Full pane, Small pane, Top Hung
About Col Timbers
Wood is perfectly crafted by nature. Col has taken this one step further by engineering the timber to create products that are both sustainable and beautiful in your home.
Col products are laminated with waterproof adhesive to improve strength and stability. Finger-joints allow for longer lengths of clear timber, helps to minimise lateral movement and ensures the timber retains its natural beauty over time.
Timber is a sustainable and renewable resource. The more wood we use, the more forests we grow. Not only does wood bring warmth into your home, but it’s also the best choice for the environment.
Our pine is sourced from local plantations that are FSC ®-certified. FSC® certification ensures that products come from well-managed
forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. This aligns the vision of saving the world’s forests for future generations
– Forests For All Forever ®
Our hardwood is sourced from sawmills internationally, where governments in these regions have implemented strict sustainability policies and compulsory harvesting programmes. These policies protect the environment and forest ecosystems as well as the interests of local communities.
The U-value is a measure of a window's ability to transfer heat (energy). The lower the U-value rating for the window product, the better. Windows with a low U-value are efficient insulators against heat loss and heat gain.
Whether you are involved in a new build, a renovation project, or you just want to update your home’s windows, you are looking at a sizeable cost. It is therefore essential to do some research in order to ensure that you choose the best windows for your budget, your home and your lifestyle requirements.
Clear-Clad is a new generation of multi-wall polycarbonate panel systems with strong co-extruded solar manipulation qualities, that transmit sunlight through the panel into the building while reducing and, in some instances, depending on the application, blocking the sun's heat altogether from entering the building.
Approximately R16.232 billion of investment has, conservatively, been committed to the Cape Town Central City since 2012, spanning between that year and 2019. This is according to the latest edition of The State of Cape Town Central City Report: 2016 – A year in review, released 20 April 2017.