Window coverings experts, Vertilux introduce their Greenvisionâ„¢ range.
January 30th, 2009
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Vertilux is Australia’s largest privately owned manufacturer of window covering products.
They are also the first window coverings company in Australia to be assessed by independent environmental organisation, Ecospecifier, setting the benchmark for others to follow. The company has developed their Vertilux Greenvision™ fabric ranges.
The Vertilux fabric ranges are specifically engineered, dimensionally stable fibre and woven into a variety of Vertilux exclusive Greenvision™ fabrics.
Used both in commercial and residential window covering solutions, the Greenvision™ range offers texture, colour, style, sophistication – the whole time keeping the environment in mind.
Vertilux is proud to be a Green Building Council Australia member, meaning that specifying the Greenvision™ range can earn points towards green building ratings.
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