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As a Commercial Leader in the Window Furnishings Industry, Vertilux’s product stewardship has continued to evolve since the early 2000’s. We believe it’s the most honest and transparent way of telling the world that sustainability is at the heart of everything we do and it’s part of our commitment to minimise social and environmental impacts.
Since 1977, Vertilux has held a number of patents for cutting edge hardware for Blind Systems including one of the world's first Spring Assist and Multilink Roller Blind Systems, setting the benchmark in the Window Coverings Industry. Not only is Vertilux committed to manufacturing high-performance architectural solutions, we are also dedicated to using our resources responsibly to assist in creating healthier and more energy-efficient environments.
Being the first window coverings company in Australia to be assessed by independent environmental organisation, Ecospecifier, a world-leading database and knowledge base for the green building industry and subsequently certified by Global GreenTag International (superseding Ecospecifier), Vertilux's corporate stewardship saw the evolution of the ecologically friendly Greenvision® Fabric Range, introduced in 2008, tested and assessed to meet the highest industry environmental and sustainability standards, both nationally and internationally. The recent launch of our Ecolight Fabric Series, is the latest solar control fabric embodying technical advancements for re-use potential and an unparalleled aesthetic to provide safety, comfort and long-lasting durability that contributes credit points to Green Star, LEED® and WELL Rated Building Standards, as well as aligning with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Additionally, Vertilux understands the complexity of architectural specifications to deliver custom window applications that are responsive whilst providing variable light control, as well as adaptive thermal comfort for its occupants against daily variations in temperature, which ultimately reduces energy consumption.