We found Eastcoast Aluminium and Glass to be very prompt and reliable. The customer service was excellent and the receptionist was polite and professional. The team came out, assessed the damage and made a time to come back to fix the problem. This was done quickly and efficiently. Great service at competitive prices. Thanks
Phil - Northern Rivers
Supply, fit & repair
Security doors & windows
Wardrobe doors & mirrors
24-hour glass repairs
Gold Licence No: 204045C
Qualified Supervisor 1855S
Contractors Lic. 204025C
About Eastcoast Aluminium & Glass
At Eastcoast Aluminium & Glass in Ballina, we repair and install glass and screen doors and windows throughout the Northern Rivers region. We operate as far south as Evans Head, north as far as Byron Bay.
We supply and install flyscreen doors and windows, and a range of shower screens, mirrors and wardrobe doors. A variety of mesh options is available for your screen doors, including fire rated screens, finer mesh to keep out sandflies, and tougher mesh to withstand pets pawing at the screen.
As you would expect from a premium glass and aluminium service, we offer an emergency 24-hour replacement and repair service.
Our Northern Rivers glass experts can achieve the look you’re after in your bathroom. We supply and install shower screens from leading manufacturers, including Danmac.
We also stock many special glazing products, including national glass or viridian, which will help make a difference with regard to your building’s energy efficiency.
Contact us today for that added peace of mind.
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Ballina is located on the north coast of New South Wales in the Northern Rivers region. It is bypassed by the Pacific Highway and was established on the northern shore of the Richmond River near Cape Byron in the 1840’s. It is approximately 750 km’s north of Sydney and 200 km’s south of Brisbane. Bordered by the sparkling Pacific Ocean and the lush green hills of the hinterlands and home to the “Big Prawn” Ballina is a popular holiday destination that offers family friendly beaches, stunning National Parks including Broadwater National Park and Bundjalong National Park and a range of shopping and dining experiences. Sitting on the mouth of the Richmond River and North Creek, Ballina proves a recreational feast, surrounded by headlands and scenic views, locals and tourists can partake in a diverse range of activities, including every water sport imaginable, with great opportunities for Whale and Dolphin spotting. The township also houses a World class skate park and 25 km’s of cycle-ways. Ballina Naval & Maritime Museum, just behind the Ballina Visitor Information Centre in River Street, is the home of the Las Balsas raft, which completed the historic trans-Pacific expedition in 1973. Ballina is serviced by 5 high schools, 6 primary schools and the Ballina Byron Gateway Airport with many links to state capitals and other regional airports operating daily.