Companies
Swartland
Windows and Doors
Swartland Windows and doors established in 1951 manufactures premium quality brands like Cape Culture, Winsters, Kayo, Col Timbers and Kenzo.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
SAWPA is an industry association which promotes the use of treated timber and treated timber products.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
Brochures
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Swartland | Kenzo Aluminium Windows and Doors

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.
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Swartland | Wooden Windows

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
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Swartland | Col Timbers | Mouldings, Par, Cornices, Awnings & Finished Products

About Col Timbers PERFECTLY ENGINEERED 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. SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE 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. PINE 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 ® HARDWOOD 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.
News & Product Highlights
today30 Mar 2011

Cool roofs combat urban heat islands

The term ‘urban heat island’ (UHI) refers to a phenomenon that occurs in urban areas where temperatures are often significantly higher than in surrounding peri-urban or rural areas. According to BlueScope Steel, a leading multinational supplier of coated steel roofing materials, two of the most effective ways of cooling urban heat islands are to make use of urban forestry and cool roofs.  
today29 Mar 2012

Trenchless pipe laying and rehabilitation

Having launched trenchless technology in South Africa in the early 1990s, subsurface pipeline construction and rehabilitation company, Trenchless Technologies, has seen the applications of this technology grow rapidly in the construction and civil engineering sectors.  Trenchless Technologies managing member, Sam Efrat, says that the deterioration of the country’s underground infrastructure systems and the ever-increasing demand for utility services is driving an even greater need for subsurface utility construction and rehabilitation that causes minimal disruption to traffic and business at surface level.
today22 Nov 2010

Winners in the C&CI Architectural Students Design Competition

The three winners in the Cement & Concrete Institute’s (C&CI’s) 2010 Architectural Students Design Competition are: Dirk Coetser, of the University of Johannesburg, for a Sustainable Community Building in Hillbrow; Danél Mentz, of Tshwane University of Technology, for a Library and Community Centre in the township of Mamelodi – the Kitsiso Library and Community Centre; and Franco Enrico, of Tshwane University of Technology, for a new headquarters for the Department of Waterworks and Forestry, adjacent to the Hartbeespoort Dam.
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The three winners in the Cement & Concrete Institute’s (C&CI’s) 2010 Architectural Students Design Competition are: Dirk Coetser, of the University of Johannesburg, for a Sustainable Community Building in Hillbrow; Danél Mentz, of Tshwane University of Technology, for a Library and Community Centre in the township of Mamelodi – the Kitsiso Library and Community Centre; and Franco Enrico, of Tshwane University of Technology, for a new headquarters for the Department of Waterworks and Forestry, adjacent to the Hartbeespoort Dam.