Australian builders and developers are adopting new, innovative and disruptive building technology such as Bondor Australia’s LuxeWall® luxury architectural wall cladding. This advanced lightweight metal cladding technology offers architectural beauty, smooth finish and climate controlled comfort benefits, for sustainable and budget conscious residential developments and renovation projects.
Faster Build Times and Less Trades
LuxeWall® is designed and engineered for increased speed of construction with a unique concealed fixed system where wall modules are fixed to traditional timber or metal stud wall framing, as an alternative to other labour intensive and costly masonry systems.
High Quality Finishes
The LuxeWall® range delivers outstanding architectural finishes with flush wall and corner modules available in a range of Colorbond® Matt & Metallic finishes combined with an architectural UniSmart® trim finishing system.
Improved Comfort & Residential Living
LuxeWall®’s integrated insulated core delivers superior thermal performance with up to R2.4 alone and capable of R4.3 with the assistance of traditional R2.0 bulk insulation, creating a more comfortable home in winter and summer and lowering energy usage from inefficient heating and cooling.
Smarter and safer boundary wall options
LuxeWall® offers smarter boundary wall options for detached residences on small blocks or infill sites requiring FRL 60/60/60 or 90/90/90. Tested to AS1530.4 this Codemark accredited and NCC compliant boundary wall system delivers significant cost and time savings, as well as provide a low maintenance pre-finished boundary wall is now possible.
LuxeWall® is manufactured in Australia locally across six states, engineered and certified to the Australian Standards and Codemark accredited to meet the National Construction Code’s residential building requirements and regulations.
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