COVID-19 Announcement

COVID-19 Announcement

The advent of the COVID-19 virus has meant that all businesses, including Breezway, need to prepare diligently for what are likely to be challenging times ahead. Part of this preparation is around communicating clearly to all stakeholders along with how we intend to...
Breezway joins hands with Leyte-Samar Centre for Change

Breezway joins hands with Leyte-Samar Centre for Change

Typhoon Haiyan, which is also known as Super Typhoon Yolanda by the locals in the Philippines, was one of the most intense tropical cyclones on record, devastating various sections of Southeast Asia particularly the Philippines on 8 November 2013. Tearing through the...
Do Louvre Windows Leak? Even During Monsoons?

Do Louvre Windows Leak? Even During Monsoons?

The true test of a window is not how it performs in light breezes and gentle rain, but rather how well it resists strong winds and heavy, wind-driven rain. And the most severe test is a monsoon. Some interesting observations were recently noted on the performance of...
Comparing Breezway Louvres with Other Aluminium Window Types

Comparing Breezway Louvres with Other Aluminium Window Types

When mentally putting together their dream home after watching their favourite architecture or home renovation TV show, few people‘s thoughts about windows would extend much beyond wanting to frame views, or perhaps wanting to maximise natural light. Most people are...
Louvre Windows in Schools Can Improve Your Child’s Learning!

Louvre Windows in Schools Can Improve Your Child’s Learning!

We all want the best for our children. We want them to do well in their studies, remain in good health, be friendly and have good manners. While I haven’t seen any scientific studies recently about how to improve their manners or be more friendly, there are many...
Automated Windows are best for High Level Natural Ventilation

Automated Windows are best for High Level Natural Ventilation

The fact that air rises as it heats up has been used for centuries as a way to draw fresh, cooler air into a building. This is one of the prime reasons that double height voids and windows positioned close to the ceiling are common features of naturally comfortable...