Bradnam’s Windows & Doors Information
All Portable Buildings, Granny Flats, Transportable Homes, Commercial Site Sheds and Site Offices in our range are manufactured using Bradnam’s Windows & Doors, as a standard inclusion.
All windows and doors can be repositioned in your Granny Flat, Portable Building Transportable Home, Commercial Site Shed or Site Office at no extra cost.
As an option, all windows and doors are available in expansive sizes and configurations.
Building in today’s environment need to satisfy the demands of energy, acoustics, security and bushfire requirements to name a few.
We use Bradnam’s Windows & Doors because they are the market leaders in Australia for aluminum and glass building products.
Advantages Of Using Bradnam’s Windows & Doors
Considerations For Selecting Window And Door Placements
When selecting windows and doors it’s important to consider the overall visual symmetry with a consistency in style and finish to eliminate any visual clashes and provide a complimentary look throughout your Portable Building.
Orientation and Placement
The right orientation and placement of windows and doors can significantly improve the comfort of your Portable Building. From natural light and views, to ventilation and temperature.
Sizes and Configurations
All Portable Buildings come standard with a great range of windows and doors. You can also opt for larger windows in small rooms to make them look bigger or add wide, expansive ‘stackers doors’ to open up a room and give it that indoor, outdoor feel and create a seamless transition from the inside to the outside.
Natural light from windows and doors can have a big impact on your Portable Building’s livability. At Nalla Portable Buildings we can assist you in selecting where you would like to position windows and doors to let natural light flow in throughout the day at no extra cost.
It’s hard to get comfortable when you’re too hot or too cold. Choosing the right placement of windows and doors can significantly affect the airflow through your Portable Building, which in turn keeps temperatures comfortable.
Being able to see out through windows and doors is important, especially if you have picturesque views. Larger windows and doors allow you to maximise views and natural light throughout your home.