Bunning Protective Glass film can protect glass from water and wind damage from rain and snow sources Google News title Bidding on a protective screen for your windows article Bidding has started on a glass screen for windows to protect them from water, wind and other weather damage.
The idea is to protect windows from rain or snow and also from damaging the glass by dust.
The screen would have to be placed on the window frame.
The glass would need to be protected against water and water-borne debris, which can cause cracking and damage to the glass.
A Bunninger screen has already been installed in Bunners new store in the New South Wales capital Brisbane.
It is a similar product to the one Bunnins has used for years in other stores.
The company said it was hoping to have a screen installed in every Bunnners store by March 2019.
The project has been backed by Bunnies chief executive officer, Tim Smith, who said the idea was a great example of a company doing something for its customers.
Bunniers founder and CEO Tim Smith said the project was the result of a lot of hard work.
“It’s something we thought would be a great way to do something for our customers and that’s a testament to our passion for our product,” Mr Smith said.
He said the Bunnening team would be spending a lot more time studying and testing the product to make sure it worked as expected.
“We think it’s going to be great for our staff, it’s great for us as a business, and we think it will be great to people who buy our glass products and they’ll also be using the Biddings glass product.”
Bunniness has been investing in glass products since its launch in 2013.
The new glass screen is part of a $600 million investment made to build a new glass manufacturing facility in Queensland.
The business plans to build 10 new glass factories in Queensland, the first in Australia.
It has also signed up a new supplier to supply the Binnies.
Mr Smith, however, said the company would not be spending money on any new glass for its stores.
“I’m confident we can get all those factories up and running, but we’re not going to buy glass for our stores, we’re going to have our own glass in our stores,” he said.
“The glass we use is made in Queensland.”
He said there was no rush to start building new glass buildings in Queensland and said it would take time to put the necessary buildings in place.
“There’s no rush,” he told ABC Brisbane.
“But we’re just getting started, and it’s good to see people getting behind it.”
Binnings has a long history of investing in the glass industry, having started as a small family-owned business in the 1950s.
Binns founder Tim Smith says the company will spend more time researching the glass product.
“When we look at a product, we look for the best features, the most reliable properties that will allow us to provide the best possible service,” he explained.
Bidders has been making glass screens since 2005, and in the last two years, Bunnys first store in Queensland opened in November.