About Us


Deniliquin Aluminium Windows has been part of the Deniliquin community since approximately 1970. The business was purchased by Rodney and Lisa Priest in 2017, and they are proud to carry on the quality customer service and products that had been established by the owners in years gone by.

Rod and Lisa look forward to bringing advances in technology to the business, and hope to expand in the future, supporting employment growth in Deniliquin and the surrounding towns.

Welcome to Deniliquin Aluminium Windows


Deniliquin Aluminium Windows custom manufacture, supply and install a large range of high quality aluminium windows, doors, screen doors and windows, mirrors, shower screens, and wardrobe doors. We are a licensed fabricator for Bradnam’s Windows & Doors, allowing us to work with one of the most innovate ranges of aluminium joinery in Australia.

We provide reglazing services to replace your broken windows quickly. We also offer parts and repairs of your existing doors and windows – we stock a large range of hardware, and our qualified glaziers can fit these for you and provide a repair solution.

Deniliquin Aluminium Windows also supply and install fire glass for wood heaters, and we stock a range of Perspex.



We are happy to discuss your individual requirements, offer free advice and provide obligation free quotes – we custom manufacture all our products, so our goal is to supply you with a product that meets your expectations within your desired budget.

There are many options to consider when choosing these products – we suggest you call in to our show room at 1 Jane St, Deniliquin to have a look at our extensive range and discuss what is best for your project. Otherwise feel free to call the office on 03 5881 6377 to discuss your requirements.

Deniliquin Aluminium Windows services a large area, including Barham/Koondrook, Swan Hill, Kerang, Wakool, Deniliquin, Hay, Blighty, Finley, Mathoura and surrounds. We can arrange delivery and installation if required.






Resists sun damage.
Extremely long lasting.
No painting required.
Light and strong.
Easy to operate.
Very little maintenance required.

Not as energy efficient as PVC or timber, but technological advances are
overcoming this:

Thermally broken aluminium frames offer the insulating properties of PVC with the benefits of aluminium - call into the show room to discuss further as this is a new and exciting product!


Good insulating properties.

Degrades in sunlight.
Likely to warp in the Australian heat.
Soft – easily scratched.
Tracks wear out.


Good insulating properties.

Damaged by sunlight.
Painting required.
Absorbs moisture.
Attracts termites.
Becomes hard to operate as the timber ages.
Maintenance required to protect timber.