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When it’s Time to Replace Your Windows & Doors

Windows and doors play a substantial role in keeping your home comfortable, liveable, and safe. Although they do have a lifespan of their own, there are plenty of reasons other than physical damage and aesthetic differences to have them replaced. Here are a few pointers to look for, so you know when it’s time to replace your windows and doors.


Functionality is key to your windows and doors, no pun intended. Those that are difficult to open or close, have corroded locks, or produce frequent cold drafts, certainly are not performing optimally and are potentially impacting the security of your home – consider changing them as soon as possible!


Whether you live on a busy street, or have some noisy neighbours – you may want to think about switching your doors and windows for something more sound resistant if it’s keeping you up at night.

Luckily, Bradnam’s offers Sound Smart technology on our windows and doors, which alters the frame design, seal type, and glass type to effectively reduce sound transmission. Meaning you can say ‘goodbye’ to barking dogs, honking horns, and late night house parties, and ‘hello’ to privacy and better sleep!


Yes, your windows and doors can play a part in reducing your energy consumption, and even your carbon footprint!

Introducing the wonderful innovations that are Bradnam’s Thermal Breaking and Solar Comfort; which utilise temperature regulating technology and Double Glazing to help to keep your home warm in Winter and cool in Summer.

If Double-Glazed Windows aren’t within budget, Bradnam’s Solar Block is a simple alternative solution that reduces the chance of the heat and glare of the harsh Australian sun from infiltrating your home.

Less reliance on artificial air conditioning and heating means that you’ll see a major difference in your power bills – thank us later!


We love a home with character, however, older windows might mean less security, potentially posing a safety hazard during an emergency. Giving your heritage home a 2023 refresh without compromising its history is a great way to improve its value – and Bradnam’s just the people for the job!


Do you notice a couple of little leaks forming on rainy days?

This is a telltale sign that your seals are no longer performing as needed, and are allowing water to make its way between the glass panes and frames. Proceed with caution, as if this issue is left unresolved, it may lead to decay and permanent water damage in the future.


Don’t leave something as important as your windows and doors to the last minute! If these issues start emerging, it’s best to resolve it as quickly as possible.

That’s where we come in! Feel free to contact us today to get your window replacements ready to go

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Selecting Windows & Doors

Product Selection Guideline

The perfect windows and doors can lift a space from ordinary, to extraordinary. But choosing the right ones for your home or project can be a challenge – especially if you’re new to the process. That’s why we’ve put together this selection guideline.

Written as a simple, easy-to-understand reference, this guide will help you better understand your requirements, ask the right questions, and find the best windows and doors for your project.

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Clever design ideas can turn your bricks and mortar into a stylish, functional and relaxed home. Thinking outside the box with these fresh design ideas means you’ll enjoy your home, in all four seasons, for many years to come


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Product availability, features, options, sizes, configurations and performance are subject to regional variations, design requirements, and building codes. Images are for illustration purposes only and may not accurately represent the product. Bradnam’s Windows & Doors reserves the right to change, alter or delete any aspect of this product without notice. We recommend visiting a Bradnam’s showroom before ordering to view colour swatches, glass samples and actual products.