We began manufacturing jalousie windows (i.e. old style metal louvers) around 1947 and by the mid-1960’s our louvers were being exported to over 65 countries. Over the years the company has manufactured a number of other products including munitions (during the Second World War) and fluorescent lights, but aluminum louver windows have always been a key part of the business. Today, Breezway is owned by JELD-WEN Australia Pty Limited.
Breezway is now at the forefront of louver window technology and design with a constant stream of product improvements flowing from our Brisbane-based R&D Centre. The R&D team facilities include advanced 3D modelling CAD software, on-site tooling and manufacturing facilities and an on-site NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities) approved window testing laboratory that allows new products to be tested and refined before being launched into the market. As a result, the team has developed many louver window innovations which now hold international patents, including the award-winning Powerlouver Window. To ensure great customer service, Breezway maintains a direct presence in Brisbane, Perth, Darwin, Townsville, Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland and Malaysia. Some of these local offices hold stock and have some manufacturing capabilities.
Working for Breezway
We’re always on the lookout for talented people to join our team and new positions become available fairly regularly, so please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for us to hold on file. We’ll contact you should a suitable position open up.
Breezway North America
Breezway has maintained a presence in Hawaii for over 30 years through licensed distributors and has now been operating a Manufacturing Plant based in Aiea for over five years offering local assembly, shorter lead times, training and after-sales service. Breezway is also the very first manufacturer to offer tempered safety glass on the island of Oahu to ensure maximum safety when using Breezway Louvers in your projects.
Breezway is a member of the following professional bodies:
- The American Architectural Manufacturer’s Association.
- The American Society for Testing and Materials.
- The American Institute of Architects – Honolulu and Maui branches.
- The Australian Window Association.
- The US Green Council.
- The National Association of Testing Authorities.
- The Building Designers Association of Australia.
- The Australian Institute of Architects.
- The Australian Industry Group.
- The Window Association of New Zealand.
- The Window Energy Rating Scheme.
- The Window And Door Industry Council.