January 2, 2009Attention All Editors
For Immediate Release
FAB AUSSIE WALLS COMING TO CANADA
Integrated Wall Systems brings Australian technology to Canuck builders
Newton, ON - Imagine a barrier wall strong enough to stand up to hurricane
force winds, light enough to be erected by a single person and durable enough to
withstand the test of time?
Australia's Modular Wall Systems did - and the patented composite panel technology
that revolutionized the design and construction of perimeter barriers down under
is now available here, thanks to Integrated Wall Systems of Perth County, ON.
"We're very excited to be bringing this product to Canada," says Susan Faber, one
of Integrated Wall Systems' three Canadian owners.
Most barrier walls are either made of concrete or wood, she explains. "Ours are
built out of foam core concrete board panels that can be stacked up to 18 feet tall.
They use a third of the concrete found in traditional block walls, they're just
as strong and they can be erected or taken down very easily."
Nick Holden, President of Australia's Modular Walls Systems, says the company's
walls have proven themselves to be as popular with home owners as they are with
developers and municipalities.
"Cost-effective, easy to install and guaranteed to last… it's been a winning combination
for us and it's going to be a winning combination for Integrated, too. We can hardly
wait to start shipping product."
Integrated Wall Systems plans on erecting its first wall in Canada later this year.
Whether you're a home owner, a developer or a municipality, you owe it to yourself
to check out all of the features an Integrated wall has to offer: For more information,
contact Integrated Wall Systems today.
For further information, please contact:
Integrated Wall Systems
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