This Weeks Episode of Home in WA

Eva Pages-Oliver



08 9309 5459

08 9309 5459

0409 115 605

3 Toongabbie Court
Kingsley WA 6026

Millions of dollars are wasted in materials and time through damage incurred on building sites in Western Australia. That damage need to be repaired or replaced, adding valuable time to the building period and costs to be borne by someone for their replacement.

One of the most exposed areas on any building site is the glass and frames to windows and doors. They are often damaged by wet trades….abrasive mortar dropping during rendering; paint splashes, even hard scratches caused by timber or metal touching the glass.

Well here's great news for all Builders and ultimately for all of us, the end users. Protect-a-Window, or PAW55, is a water-based peelable coating specifically developed to provide temporary protection to windows during construction.

Eva Pages-Oliver has introduced PAW55 to Western Australia. Eva operates a building construction cleanup service and was alarmed at the amount of dirt and damage to windows and doors her company had to contend with.

John Bosio at Shelley Glass supplies frames and glass to many of the state's top builders and is asked to replace damaged glass on nearly every job to which they supply.

George Allingame of Gransden Constructions, a member of the Master Builders Association, says replacement costs are considerable and are inevitably borne by the builder.

PAW55, being water-based, is biodegradable and the product is guaranteed, when applied by a licensed contractor.

For information on PAW55, contact Protect-a-Window on 0409 115 605 or follow the link from the HOME in WA website.