Stormtech introduced Australia to linear drainage for bathrooms in the early 1990s and has since then provided efficient architectural drainage solutions in stylish stainless steel for showers, bathrooms, thresholds, balconies, paved areas, and pools.
The narrow profile, high capacity products are used in prestige commercial and residential projects in Australia and internationally.
All Stormtech products are Australian Made and have won multiple awards for design and innovation. With a proud commitment to eco-friendly design, Stormtech offers the only linear drainage product in the world with Gold Level Global GreenTag certification.
The product range includes Linear and Tile Insert drains, including the Marc Newson designer range, square floor wastes, Threshold drains, Vinyl clamps and for outdoor applications the unique Special Assembly and slot drain ranges.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
CPD-live is an innovative, dynamic platform that gives you access to CPD education online for free.
Join us on Thursday, 25 June 2020 and 1 October 2020 for two full days of free educational seminars.
The second CPD Live day program will take place on Thursday 1 October 2020. Pre-register here!
Presented by Stormtech
This beachside house takes an awkward site and turns it to its advantage to create a comfortably stylish getaway in summer and winter.
Having been at the forefront of drainage systems and innovations for over a quarter of a century, Stormtech’s new design appears sleek, seamless and uncompromising.
Stormtech, an award-winning supplier of specialist drainage solutions, is a shining example of the type of success available to businesses who choose to keep it local and manufacture their products in Australia.
Australian-led deisgn company, Stormtech, celebrates its passion and commitment to delivering high quality and innovative drainage solutions for over 30 years.
One of the more notable trends in today’s home architecture movement is the push towards open-air living, dissolving the traditional barriers between the indoor and outdoor spaces – but this raises issues with drainage… Meet the Threshold Drain.
Designed by Glenn Murcutt in conjunction with Wendy Lewin and Reg Lark, the Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre is considered a masterpiece.
Designed by a notable architect, this house fell upon bad times only to be restored to its former dignity.
Stormtech’s linear drains are a seamless addition to shower spaces drastically improving mobility and accessibility in often crowded bathrooms and facilities.
Balconies, patios and other external elements of buildings must be properly integrated to work any house, yet no one wants the entirety of the outside world brought to the interior! Enter Stormtech.
In the design of a pool, there is a fine line between balancing functionality while maintaining a stylish aesthetic. The role of a sleek and highly-functional drainage system is paramount in ensuring that the pool is a hygienic and safe communal space for generations to come.
We round up three expert tips from Stormtech for selecting the right drainage for your building project.
Stormtech has been providing inspiring architectural drainage solutions for home and commercial building projects for over a quarter of a century and now adds warm bronze finishes to its range.
Stormtech’s 65AG100 and 38G90 Special Assembly products are narrow profile, high capacity drainage systems that allow for flexibility in landscape and pool design and construction, including wet edge or infinity pool situations. This patented manifold drainage system reduces the need for traditional wider grating.
Stormtech’s Threshold Draingage is a customized drainage system marrying low impact design with modern drainage technology.
Out of sight, out of mind: drainage is the forgotten workhorse of the building function. It is, however, crucial. We see why.
Stormtech’s Lineal Grates blend with modern designs to create stylish and durable bathroom environments.
The new level threshold drain by Stormtech makes it possible to bring the outdoors in by creating a seamless transition from indoor to outdoor areas. The development of this drain has been in progress and continually improved over the last 10 years in response to the increasing popularity for open plan living.