Deceunick helps build a sustainable home. Based on our core technologies of PVC extrusion, we create innovative building solutions for windows & doors, outdoor living, roofline & cladding, and interior. Our solutions meet today’s demand for timeless and elegant design, while striving to achieve the lowest possible ecological footprint.
The window and door systems we design and manufacture feature high insulation values for the best energy performance and long-lasting, colour-fast finishes for years of low maintenance.
Not only do our products contribute to a sustainable home, they are designed and manufactured according to a controlled closed loop philosophy that includes a service life of 50 years or more, as well as recycling and reuse at end of life.
UPVC is one of our most common and reliable plastics. It’s also an extremely smart material that allows significant energy savings without extravagant investments or complicated technology. UPVC is a low conductor of heat. This means it helps retain the heat inside buildings and helps keep the cold out and vice versa. Additionally, UPVC windows have excellent weather seals which enhance this beneficial effect. In its energy saving capability UPVC Windows easily outmatch the competition. The thermal properties of PVC-U have been developed further by the design of window profiles which allow multiple chambers to trap air and to create a thermal barrier. Couple this with the latest technological advances in double glazing materials and you create some of the most cost effective energy saving windows available today.
Benchmarking its success level against those of its competitors, Deceuninck is continuously improving and perfecting its business stages applying the EFQM Excellence Model, 6 Sigma and Lean manufacturing projects.
Deceuninck adopts the basic principle of ranking as a leading, reliable and preferred business by meeting the quality assurance requirements, improving its efficiency, employing various problem-solving techniques to study the reasons of faults for the purpose of decreasing the quality losses, arranging training courses for its employees, allowing its employees to contribute in the management process, receiving reports from its employees and using them to design preventive measures to avoid work accidents, and increasing the customer satisfaction.
AWA Members are committed to a more professional industry and are informed of industry changes both technical and regulatory to ensure compliance and up-to-date business practices.
Visit The Australian Window Association website for more information.
The Vinyl Council of Australia believes that vinyl products have a valuable role to play in a sustainable society.
The Vinyl Council is working to advance the sustainability of the PVC industry in Australia through sharing information on, and engaging with stakeholders regarding the life cycle of PVC.
The Council advocates the responsible manufacture, use and disposal of PVC products.It aims to foster cooperation between member companies, governments and organisations to increase the understanding of the PVC life cycle.The Council provides leadership to its members in Product Stewardship and best practice models to encourage industry advances and operation to the highest standard.
Visit the Vinyl Council website for more information.