Security Screen Doors

Hinged and sliding doors stand as one of the most popular choices for security screen doors. They offer easy installation and create an attractive entrance to your home, all while keeping intruders at bay.

At ScreenGuard, we design and manufacture all hinging and sliding security doors in accordance with Australian Standards (AS) 5039.

We remain dedicated to ensuring your home’s security by providing innovative security screen doors and windows.

Our powder-coated security doors and windows with stainless steel mesh are heavy-duty.

Our screen door consists of a series of hinged panels sliding back neatly against the wall or jamb. With more levels of protection, these doors will keep your family safe as these security products conform to Australian Security Standards.

We offer comprehensive solutions that start the customisation of the front door, security windows, hinged screen doors

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Security Doors: The Popularity Factor

Among the top choices for security screen doors, hinged and sliding doors reign supreme.

Not only do they boast effortless installation, but they also bestow an alluring entrance to your home while ensuring intruders remain at a safe distance.

ScreenGuard offers the best in security and added level of protection with a certain degree of privacy, while not compromising on visibility.

A screen door consists of a series of hinged panels sliding back neatly against the wall or jamb.

With more levels of protection, these doors will keep your family safe as these security products conform with Australian Security Standards.

We use Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel on our products.

Security Doors: The Popularity Factor
Locks for Secure Doors for Your Property

Locks for Secure Doors for Your Property

Our screen doors can be installed with the latest security screen door locks, which are available in a wide range of designs and styles to suit your home or business needs.

Our team is always on hand to help you choose the right product for your home or business.

We will work closely with you to ensure that we provide you with the best possible solution at an affordable price.

Stainless Steel Doors and Windows

Screenguard also uses 316 marine grade stainless steel, a type of steel that is resistant to corrosion in salt water and also galvanic corrosion.

The tightly woven mesh creates a virtually impenetrable strong barrier, making it an ideal choice for homes and businesses seeking the highest level of security.

The door additionally includes a robust frame made from powdered-coated aluminum, offering durability and strength. It features a pin cylinder to lock the door securely.

A security window refers to a window specifically designed to resist forced entry.

Hinged doors are also a good option for those who want to keep their doors open for ventilation but still want the security of a screen door.

Stainless Steel Doors and Windows

There are a variety of different types of security locks that can be used on these screen doors. The most common type is the deadbolt lock, which is a very strong and effective way to secure the door. Other options include keyed locks, padlocks, and electronic locks.

If you’re looking for a sturdy and stylish front door, aluminium security doors are a great option. Using this kind of door is a great way to improve the security of your house.

Security screens are window screens designed to enhance your home’s security. They consist of robust and durable materials, such as cast aluminum and extruded aluminum, which effectively deter intruders.

Security screen doors are an excellent way to keep your house secure and safe. The aluminium frame is strong and weather resistant, making it a great choice for both residential and commercial properties.

We make quality products such as security doors and security windows.

Among our products are insect screens, mesh screen doors, fly screen doors, mesh screen doors, window grilles, steel security doors, and door closers.

We provide door installation services that are highly recommended. The door is also easy to install and can be fitted with different locks to further increase its security.

Fully welded screen doors are constructed with a frame and a diamond grille that is welded at all joints for exceptional strength and durability.

ScreenGuard’s Screen Doors are made from high-quality stainless steel mesh which is designed to provide superior security and extra protection.

Aluminium is a corrosion-resistant material, making it an ideal choice for security screen doors.

We offer a wide range of security screens for you to choose from and even offer a free measure and quote. We would love to assist you in improving your home security.

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The mesh screen door is a great product for those who want to keep insects out of their home but still allow for ventilation.

The mesh screen door provides privacy and security (with its diamond grille) while allowing airflow through the fly screen, keeping your family safe from bugs and other pests that may be outside. 

We offer a wide range of security doors Our sliding doors are made with stainless steel mesh with an aluminium frame.

We also offer hinge doors, fold doors, and awning windows that have marine-grade stainless steel mesh. Our security screens for windows and doors perfectly suit bushfire-prone areas. 

If you are looking for a way to protect your home from bugs and pests without sacrificing comfort or style, look no further than our door mesh screens.

We have several different styles available to suit any taste. Our mesh insect screens are easy to install and can help prevent unwanted critters like spiders and ants from entering your home.

They also provide an excellent barrier against wind-driven rain and snow.

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ScreenGuardTM Product Testing

ScreenGuard’s patented security screen products have been tested and meet Australian Standard AS5039/5041. These test are designed to simulate an attack using force to gain entry into a home.

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Dynamic Impact Test

As defined by the Australian Standards Institute (ASI), AS5039 and AS5041 are security screen doors and security windows grilles respectively. ScreenGuard’s s patented two-piece wedge design is both simple and strong. It has been tested to resist all five types of impact for greater than the 100-joule requirement. Exceeding the 100-joule standard ensures ScreenGuard™ is suitable for its intended purpose.

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Child Fall Prevention

Protection for windows with handles. When installed correctly, ScreenGuard™  has been proven to be a reliable way to keep kids from falling out of high windows.

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Bushfire Rated

Building construction in bushfire-prone locations is governed by Australian Standard AS3959-2009. Bushfire-rated Screenguard™ defends your home from flying embers and lessens radiant heat flux intensity.

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Anti-Jemmy Test

ScreenGuard™ passed the jemmy attack test, which simulates an intrusive attack using tools like screwdrivers and a lot of force. To provide consumers with a variety of locking choices, testing has been repeated for a variety of significant hardware components provided by Darley Aluminium.

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Fire Attenuation

Appendix B7 of Australian Standard AS1530.4-2014. Aid in preventing the transmission of heat and flames between structures in the case of a fire.

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Knife Shear Test

Security screen doors and security window grilles are governed by Australian Standard AS5039-2008. The ability of Screenguard to withstand knife attacks by meeting Australian regulatory specifications that simulate an intruder attempting to gain entry with a utility knife is another significant aspect of the product’s success.

Frequently Asked Questions About Screen Doors

Screen doors protect against intruders entering your home while allowing air circulation inside your home. They do this by keeping out unwanted pests like spiders and insects while letting in fresh air, light, and sound.

If you’re installing new doors, be sure to choose one which has deadbolts (also known as “double locking”) rather than single ones. Single-locking hinges are only designed to prevent forced entry by picking the lock; they don’t provide much protection against intruders who might kick down the door. Deadbolt locks offer more security because they require two people to gain access to the house. As an added bonus, deadbolt locks are easier to use and less expensive than keyed locks.

No, but installing an insulated screen door will help reduce heat loss during cold weather months. Screen doors typically only need to be insulated when they are installed in areas where temperatures drop below freezing.

The type of door mesh screen will depend on how much noise or airflow you want to allow into your home. The most common types of screens include vinyl and aluminium.

A screen door should last at least 10 years before you need to replace it, but it may be more depending on where you live and the way you use it. When purchasing a new screen door, make sure that it is made out of aluminium

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