With a mixture of local and international shows, the Home Channel (DSTV 176) covers a range of design and lifestyle-related topics including Design & Décor, Property, Gardening, DIY & Home Improvement, Home Cooking, and Health.
As South Africa’s first dedicated home improvement channel it’s become a firm favourite with local audiences. And that makes it the perfect channel for House of Supreme to make its TV debut.
A commercial showcasing our superior range of shutters, fly screens and blinds will be airing on The Home Channel over the next few months. If you’re a fan of shows such as ‘The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes’ and ‘Escape to the Country’, or you never miss an episode of ‘My Dream Home’ – you’re bound to spot us. Or click on the image below to see it now.
With branches nationwide and our own factory, we’re excited to be sharing our story with a wider audience.
Marking a Milestone: Two Decades in Business
Did you know that 2019 marks our second decade in business? What started as a company specialising in fly screens, now includes wood, decorative aluminium, and aluminium security shutters. Our fly screen range has also grown to include a pet screen, used by five-star game lodges around the country to keep their guests safe from inquisitive visitors.
Quality & Sustainability
From the beginning, we set high standards for our products. Every one of our shutters and fly screens is designed, manufactured and installed with great care and attention to detail. By sourcing high-grade materials and keeping up with international trends in design and manufacturing we’ve established a reputation for quality.
Sustainably making shutters and fly screens is second-nature to us. At our factory in Johannesburg, we look for new ways to improve our manufacturing process, making it more energy and resource-efficient.
For example, we source materials of an international standard from local suppliers wherever possible. And we use generators to supply power to our induction machinery and compressed air tools to reduce our carbon footprint.
The Obeche and Basswood used to make our wooden shutters are sourced from sustainable forests. And all the waste is collected, processed and made into compost. Even the aluminium waste from our decorative and security shutter range is recycled.
Bringing You Innovative Window Treatments
We know that trends come and go, but superior window treatments will always be in demand. But that doesn’t mean we don’t move with the times. We’ll soon be announcing an exciting addition to our range of products. It’s a window treatment with a security feature that South African homeowners will want to invest in.