Absolute Balustrades - Shutters & Louvres
Welcome to Absolute BalustradesAbsolute Balustrades is proudly Australian owned and operated. The two managing partners continue to work in the business which now employees in excess of 50 staff.
ShuttersAbsolute Balustrades is the West Australian manufacturer and distributor of leading shade products, SureSafe Shutters and PatioSafe Louvres.
Made from powder-coated reinforced aluminium, SureSafe Shutters are available in a hinged, sliding or bi-fold design.
They are lockable and easy to operate – with aerofoil louvres allowing plenty of light and air indoors. Not only are they extremely secure but their sleek design and stylish good looks make them ideal for both traditional and contemporary settings. Durable and maintenance-free, the shutters will not crack, shrink or warp. A suitable alternative to blinds and curtains, the shutters can improve the resale value of a home. PatioSafe louvres are a related product designed for patios, pergolas, carports, gazebos, entertaining areas, balcony ends, offices, courtyards – anywhere you need to control privacy and weather.
The louvres are fast becoming the standard for elegance and practicality in the most sophisticated residences and commercial spaces. Allowing uninterrupted airflow and light in while keeping the hot sun out, PatioSafe is a new alternative to lattice, aluminium awnings, roll-down canvas awnings, PVC awnings, glass windows, flyscreen enclosures and traditional shading systems.
The aluminium construction ensures that the PatioSafe Louvre System is highly durable and effective in all outdoor conditions. Simply open or close the aerofoil louvres for natural airflow and light or to shut out the sun.
- Winner of the “Telstra & WA Small Business Development Award” for “Business With Fewer Than 50 Employees” in the North West Metro region in 1998
- Innovative Design & Research - Runner-up for Bankwest’s “Most Innovative Product –1998”
- Winner of the “Telstra & WA Small Business Development Award” for “Business With Fewer Than 50 Employees” in the North West Metro region in 1999