Sustainable and superior performing building surfaces are an important element when it comes to reducing the energy required to heat or cool a home.
Australian manufacturer of innovative, insulated building systems, Bondor, says it is raising the bar for upmarket sustainable surfaces to the modern home with LuxeWall®, a high-performance, lightweight walling product. With architectural exterior finishes, the product is designed to help create a thermal barrier around the home and isn’t reliant on bulk insulation found inside traditional framing.
Developed specifically for the Australian climate, LuxeWall’s high-performance, integrated insulation, delivers good thermal performance in winter or summer, keeping occupants comfortable year-round. The company says LuxeWall also offers lower maintenance and higher resistance to cracking caused by building or ground movement that can be experienced with traditional masonry and coated products, which can lead to further air leakage and the poor thermal performance of a home. LuxeWall is designed and engineered for increased speed of construction with a unique concealed fixed system. The wall modules are fixed to traditional timber or metal-stud wall framing, offering an alternative to other labour intensive systems.
Architects, developers and building designers alike will appreciate this advanced lightweight cladding technology for its beautiful aesthetics and climate control benefits – for sustainable and budget-conscious projects.
In addition, LuxeWall offers smarter boundary wall options for detached residences on small blocks requiring FRL 60/60/60. Bondor says that as a result, access to an AS1530.4 tested and certified boundary-wall system that reduces costs and installation time, as well as provide a low-maintenance pre-finished boundary wall, is now possible.
The company says LuxeWall has been tested and certified to Australian Standards, conforms to the NCC and has CodeMark certification. The product is available nationally, manufactured in Australia across six states.