PAIGE STAINLESS HEELGUARD® grates have a broad scope of applications thanks to their unique characteristics, foremost their usage is driven by their hydraulic properties as well as being safe for high heels. However, add to this their stunning aesthetics, light egress, as well as longevity and structural stability and the utility of this medium broadens.
One such application that is sparking the imaginations of architects and designers alike is floor grates and entry mats. While, especially in the case of entry mats, still functioning essentially as a drainage grate, the appeal of our grates goes beyond being the smart functional choice, to being an aesthetic one.
Certainly in the case of entry mats and floor grates (particularly where they are serving as an entire flooring surface), they are not traditional or even obvious choice, yet, our stainless steel grates are growing in popularity thanks to their exciting functional and aesthetic properties.
For an added level of versatility and custom visual effect, our Heelguard floor and entry mat grates are available coloured (UV stable), laser printed, gold or chrome plated and can be paired with LED lights.
At Paige Stainless we are committed to producing the highest quality, Australian made, wedge wire grating, and are recognised by major builders and leading architects for doing so. We have been servicing the drainage industry for more than 20 years, leading the way, while still being an 100% family owned business. Supported by a team of builders, designers and engineers, we specialise in custom work, and are thus contracted for many bespoke projects.
No one else has manufactured Heelguard to the Architectural Industry for over 20 years to the Australian Design Standard!
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