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  1. Hi Guys, I have a commercial aluminium window and door business in Queensland. Most of my work is based in Brisbane. I am looking for some experienced fitters/installers who are conscientious, loyal, hardworking and keen. We have a good order book and some excellent potential if I can get a good team around me. If anyone is interested let me know on here and I will get back to you Cheers Jon
  2. Hi everyone Does anyone know of a company in Australia(Victoria)that sells windows/patio doors that are draught free? We moved into a brand new house just over two years ago and the windows and patio doors are rubbish. With the patio doors fully closed against the wind the blinds actually get blown around. We've had the original builders back to investigate and they say there is nothing wrong. Even the fitter said they are rubbish but normal quality. We had a doors/window rep around yesterday from a 3rd party to give us a quote for replacement and he said that all domestic doors and windows are the same and that we would need to get commercial rated windows/doors to ensure no draughts, and they would be megabucks, and if we wanted them double glazed then add at least another 100%. Where are Everest and Anglia Windows went you want them. Any suggestions please? Mike
  3. The Cheshire Cat

    Anyone do security grille doors?

    Are there any poms in Oz (Perth Metro) that work for or can supply/install security grille doors? Cash job of course!!!:biggrin: Thanks Andy
  4. Craig Johnstone and Natalie Gregg December 06, 2009 11:00pm MOST Queenslanders want the Bligh Government to cap southeast Queensland's rampant population growth. Results from an exclusive Galaxy poll for The Courier-Mail suggest that 60 per cent of Queenslanders want the Government to take steps to limit the region's population growth explosion. A similar proportion say forecasts of six million southeast Queenslanders by 2050 would be too many. <LI class=vote>Vote: Should southeast Queensland have a population cap? Liveability crisis: Our state being loved to death As the Government prepares to beef up its population policy credentials, some mayors are protesting that growth is too far ahead of the transport system's ability to cope. Allan Sutherland, the Mayor of the Moreton Bay region, which is expected to absorb an extra 84,000 new homes over the next 20 years, said infrastructure was needed to accommodate growth. "You can't just keep jamming terracotta roofs all over the place and not improve your transport system," he said. The poll found that 59 per cent of those surveyed were in favour of the Government working to limit the region's population growth. Thirty-five per cent were opposed. The result was even more emphatic among Labor supporters, with 65 per cent in favour of population limits. The poll also found that 59 per cent of Queenslanders thought the forecast population of 6 million for southeast Queensland by the middle of the century was too much, with 33 per cent saying it was about right. Concern over the region's growth has rekindled debate on a population cap for southeast Queensland, despite Premier Anna Bligh and property industry groups dismissing the idea. Population growth will be a key issue at today's Council of Australian Government meeting and Ms Bligh yesterday announced the involvement of scientist Tim Flannery, demographer Bernard Salt and environmentalist Ian Lowe at next year's South-East Queensland Growth Summit on March 30 and 31. Ms Bligh said southeast Queensland had more interstate migrants than any other state. But she said she was yet to see "any sensible or legal way" to cap the population. "As attractive as a population cap sounds, I think it's misleading to imply to people that such a thing could be done," she said. The Wells family, who exchanged Yorkshire in the UK for Springfield Lakes, west of Brisbane, are part of the influx that has made southeast Queensland the fastest growing region in the country. "We came here on holiday in 2002 and said we'll be back – we just loved it," Claire Wells said yesterday. Mrs Wells said she and husband Shane had poured over pages on the internet devoted to Springfield Lakes and had liked what they'd seen. "We were even more impressed when we saw it in reality," she said. The prospect of further growth didn't bother Ms Wells so long as the needs of residents were met. "There's room for everybody and with growth comes new opportunities," she said. However, southeast Queensland head of the Sustainable Population Australia lobby group Simon Baltais said there must be a limit. "Pro-growth lobbyists are ignoring the science . . . at the expense of the general community and the environment," he said.
  5. Guest

    Garage Doors

    Can anybody help me with my door ? It wont close all the way, it just keeps opening back up when it gets about three quarters down, as though there is something in the way of the sensor. I've checked, there are no obstacles, i've brushed the door, the walls and the floor and i still have problems. There are 3 buttons on the remote, the big one which opens and closes(usually), then two smaller buttons, anyone know what these are for ? It can't be the battery can it ?, if it was then surely it wouldn't open and close at all. Your help, is always, greatly appreciated
  6. Guest

    are they closing the doors?

    Hi guys im wondering if anyone can give me some info as im really worried. My boyfriend heard on the radio yesterday that the australian governement are going to put a hold on people entering the country due to the recession out there. So all the people wanting to go need to hurry up to sumbit their visas as they may close the doors for a while!? After 5 years of going to college, and working to get skills. passing the vetassess and being so close i feel like i could cry! Luckily we now have all the paperwork so im off to the solicitors this week and will post all details to agent straight away so hopefully will have our visa submitted this week. Has anyone else heard this? What are your views i just wouldnt know what to do if they did as our lives have been practically on hold all this time while we are working to get ourselves out there! :cryxmas:
  7. Just wanted to advice people to check there garage doors regarding how secure they are. My neighbour was broken into today in broad daylight. The B******* managed to get in through the garage by jimmiying up the garage door (one of those remote controlled doors they then forced the internal door stole jewellery ipods dvds one of them cut themselves but the police said we will be there in the next 48 hrs so much for getting the evidence whilst it is fesh. Please take the time to check
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