Smaller and better

Bondor has responded to the growing need for thinner building materials for small and micro house lots, as the trend towards homes built to boundary continues to grow.

Bondor has responded to the growing need for thinner building materials for small and micro house lots, as the trend towards homes built to boundary continues to grow. The Australian manufacturer and building solutions provider has launched an innovative new zero lot boundary wall building system, LuxeWall® FlameGuard®, meeting the demand for thinner building materials on allotment sizes as modest as 80-square metres.

LuxeWall FlameGuard meets the building regulations concerning fire and acoustic performance while providing a tighter building footprint. The boundary walling is suitable for use in residential housing, terraces, townhouses and other development applications where a fire level rating of 60/60/60 or 90/90/90 is required as well as Bushfire Attack Level (BAL-FZ).

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