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Controlling the temperature in your living environment needn't be an on-going expense with aluminium or cedar louvres by John Waters Industries
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Interior view of an apartments lounge area

W ith the advent of summer, it pays to consider economical ways to keep your living environment cool and comfortable.

A cost-efficient solution for keeping sun and heat out of your home is a louvre system by John Waters Industries.

Generally attached to the exterior of the home, the louvres stop heat transfer through the windows, as well as preventing the sun shining directly inside and fading your furnishings.


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Apartment lounge and furniture

Available in aluminium or cedar, John Waters Industries manufacture a variety of louvre systems. These include retractable louvres, ellipsoid fixed or operable louvres, and sliding or bifold systems.

All of these can be controlled manually or motorised. Optional features are a remote control and built-in wind and sun sensors for the most efficient operation.

The louvres are made in Australia by John Waters Industries and comply with the latest building regulations relating to the environment.

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exterior of outdoor living area by poolside

For more information, contact John Waters Industries, 31 Prime Drive, Seven Hills, NSW 2147, phone (02) 9674 3600, fax (02) 9674 3530. Website: www.johnwatersindustries.com.au.

Aug 23, 2004
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