Frequently Asked Questions
Please explain the basic terminology used with aluminium louvre windows
Can I have screens on my louvre windows from Breezway?
What about security?
How wide can my louvre windows be? Are there standard sizes?
There are no standard widths. However, there are standard heights and it is beneficial to stay within these standard heights. The actual standard height will vary depending on your chosen louvre size and framing system. If you use a standard height all louvre blades will operate. If you have an off standard height a small piece of fixed louvre blade will be placed at the head of the window to make up the difference between standard heights. It is worth discussing with your window manufacturer and builder to ensure you have standard height louvre windows installed.
What about cleaning louvres?
What colours are available, can they match my other aluminium or timber windows and doors?
What price are they?
Can I customise my louvre windows?
How do I buy Breezway louvre windows?
How long do my louvres take to manufacture?
How are they installed?
Do I need to do any maintenance?
I am building near the beach, will this make a difference?
I am building in a monsoonal area, will this make a difference?
The fall to the outside of some windows is more than 2 metres, are Breezway Louvre Windows safe?
What does COVID-19 mean for Breezway?
Current Breezway Status
- The number one priority is the safety of our team members and those people we come into contact with, including customers, suppliers, contractors and other individuals.
- At the moment, the Breezway Malaysia site is unable to supply customers due to the Malaysian Government’s Movement Control Order under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988.
- Most non-factory employees of Breezway Malaysia are working remotely and are available to customers.
- Whilst the situation is very fluid and can change quickly, the Movement Control Order is currently due to expire on 31st March which will allow Breezway Malaysia to re open on Wednesday 1st April 2020.
How Are We Managing Changing Conditions?
- We are using the World Health Organisation and the Australian Government guidance to inform our position and actions.
- The senior leadership team is meeting daily to discuss any changes to supply lines from a material perspective and also from a manpower perspective.
- We are limiting off site and onsite meetings wherever possible and replacing these with online sessions using tools like Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business.
- Whilst our hygiene standards have always been important to us, we have taken this to another level inside and outside our facilities.
- The Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is on standby and can be enacted quickly if needs be.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.