What Are The Details Behind The Bedroom Restricted Window Regulations?

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It's mandatory to have the maximum opening of a window in a bedroom to be 125 millimetres on the balustrade.

This law has been passes to prevent beds getting placed against the windows, as there has been cases of kids falling out of the window when climbing onto beds which are places against windows.

While this is a great law to prevent such injuries, many times it creates problems for airflow or getting light into the room.

To get around these problems we provide the solution of installing louver windows into the room which not only let in light but also airflow.

Alternatively you are able to install security screens on the windows which will stop anyone from entering in and out of the windows.

Your kids will be safe and you will still have light coming into the room and all the airflow you need to keep the room nice and fresh.

If you have any further questions about the restricted window requirements or if you'd like to run your ideas by us we encourage you to contact us on (07) 5476 8690 or email us directly at sales@trubuilt.com.au.

Alternatively you can contact us with any questions you may have on the contact form at the bottom of this page.

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