Security Screens

What Else Can Security Doors and Screens Do For Your Home? (Hint: Plenty More)

When it comes to making your home safer, security doors and screens are almost always the first choice. And rightfully so. They’re designed to protect your home from intruders and prevent strangers from getting inside.

What many don’t realise, however, is that security screens also offers benefits that go beyond security. From making your home more […]

Free Installation Offer Extended!

Our customers loved our Free Installation offer so much we’ve decided to extend the offer for the remainder of 2012!
To refresh your memory, here is the offer again:
Customers who book online are eligible for free standard installation of their blinds, shutters, privacy screens or security screens. Don’t forget to mention this offer to your Consultant!
To […]

Get Your Home Ready For Summer

It’s only September but it’s already becoming balmy. With a steamy season ahead of us Queenslanders, now is the time to ensure your home is ready for Summer.

To help you on your way, we’ve prepared a Summer-ready check list for your home. Download and print your copy here.
1. Clean Your Air Conditioner and Ceiling Fans
Ensure […]

Special Offer: FREE Installation!

For a limited time only, receive FREE installation on any product when you book your quote online. Book your in-home consultation online by simply completing our quote request form and we’ll give you a call to arrange a time that suits you. Hurry! Offer ends 30 September, 2012.

Australian Standards Security Product Testing

We recognise the importance of having our security screen products independently tested to ensure they are consistently manufacture to the highest standard of quality. It’s just as important to us to have our installation methods tested. This is something often neglected in our industry. Not too long ago we embarked on a quest to have […]

In My Experience: Alarms Vs Security Screens

"Will security screens provide better protection for my family than an alarm system?" It’s a question my team and I are often asked. A recent personal experience got me thinking about the issue again.