Magnetite Adelaide insulates Grosvenor Hotel

Magnetite adelaide insulates
The Magnetite Windows Adelaide franchise recently completed a second installation project at the Mercure Grosvenor Hotel in Adelaide. Magnetite's secondary window insulation system has significantly reduced noise levels in guest rooms that were experiencing traffic noise. The original project was completed in 2006 and since then the system has undergone internal noise testing by the hotel. This testing reinforces testing undertaken by the National Acoustic Laboratory on Magnetite.

Commercial clients need window insulation for a variety of reasons including to reduce energy consumption and costs. Buildings such as hotels, schools and office space are taking advantage of Government funding and rebates, such as the Green Building Fund and Building the Education Revolution to retro-fit existing windows said Piotr Bejnarowicz of Magnetite Adelaide.

Commercial building owners and tenants have unique needs and want to insulate windows but cannot afford the downtime to business that is associated with replacement windows. Magnetite was chosen for The Grosvenor Hotel project because of its price and the need for a discreet, retro-fit system due to the heritage status of the building.

This is just one of Magnetite's growing number of commercial projects for clients in the retail, hospitality, education and government sectors. As part of the national franchise network, Magnetite Adelaide has the resources and expertise to resolve noise and thermal problems in commercial buildings.

Magnetite Adelaide was voted Franchise of the Year for 2008 and has been providing the solution for comfortable living to the residential and commercial market in South Australia for over nine years.