Since 1990, Paarhammer has been setting the benchmark in energy efficient windows and doors in Australia. Decades of experience manufacturing windows, doors and facades, highly qualified employees, and the use of cutting-edge technology combine into products that meet the highest standards.
Paarhammer have developed five product ranges – the high performing and versatile Architectural Timber Range, the best of both worlds Wood-Alu Range, the tested and compliant Bushfire Safe Range (up to and including BAL-FZ), the economical Komfort+ Range, and the highly energy efficient Passive House Range. Each range presents a practical solution while delivering high performance windows and doors with superior results.
Paarhammer products feature double rebated timber frames in the dimensions of 80 x 68mm for windows, 120 x 68mm for doors and 95 x 68mm for sliding doors. All frames are dipped in timber preservative, sanded and spray painted twice with Adler water-based and low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) paint. For very dense timbers like FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) certified Manilkara, Paarhammer uses Adler Lignovit Lasur wood preservative.
Every Paarhammer window and door is fitted with multi-point locking hardware, providing metal-to-metal security locking to guarantee close to zero air infiltration and maximum security. The German hardware is also engineered to withstand the added weight of double and triple glazing, and extra-large sliding, bi-fold and entrance door units. Motorisation and sensors are available on request.
Paarhammer stands for superior quality through craftsmanship and an unwavering commitment to the environment.
Paarhammer windows & doors are double or triple glazed for the highest energy efficiency, and all finishes are low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound). Deeply committed to a sustainable future, Paarhammer uses Australian plantation grown timbers and has also been FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) Chain-of-Custody certified since 2008. Our products are made in sustainable manufacturing facilities powered by the sun, with light, water, and waste management systems.