Affinity Windows welcomes the opportunity to innovatively improve their product designs, to provide unique solutions to help customers.

Recently, Affinity Windows was approached by one of its largest builders regarding a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) residential build that required unique technical requirements that were unavailable in the market.

The NDIS is an independent statutory agency that provides support to eligible people with various intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive, and psychosocial disabilities. The demand for NDIS disability housing has been generated by federal and state changes to increase the availability of NDIS disability housing.

Affinity Windows recognised the market opportunity to supply products for NDIS disability housing, as suppliers do not manufacture all components in-house therefore this increases the time and cost associated with these products.

As a trendsetter of windows and doors in WA, Affinity Windows came up with a solution by investing the time and technical resources and collaborating with multiple builders, drafts-people, and architects.

Since releasing this cost-competitive NDIS package many new builders have been quick to request supply including Plunkett Homes, Northerly Group, JFK Custom Homes, La Vida Homes, Shelford Quality Homes, Bella Vista, and Motive Building Group.

Affinity Windows is increasing their connection with the needs of the community by making a key difference to people who are seeking increased independent living and mobility in their daily lives and homes.

“A key strength within the Affinity Windows team is the technical knowledge and desire to innovate. Our sales team will look for solution-based options that solve our customers’ needs competitively.” – Brendan O’Shea, Sales & Estimating Manager, Affinity Windows.