Pesky insects in the home can make life uncomfortable, and the addition of flyscreens to existing windows or the addition of a flyscreen door can alleviate this issue.
All window flyscreens are manufactured using an aluminium frame – no rolled steel or plastic frames, as some manufacturers supply. The aluminium is T5 6063 grade, making it strong and durable.
Flyscreen doors use exactly the same frame as used on Alu-gard doors, to ensure the door maintains its structural integrity.
A range of different flyscreen mesh types is available for selection for use on flyscreen doors and windows, from a cost effective option to a more durable pet-friendly choice, as well as a Flyscreen that is bushfire rated, to prevent embers passing through it for bushfire-prone areas.
Doors manufactured with flyscreen only are not intended for security purposes, so a more cost-effective Whitco Tasman MkII hinged door lock or Bass sliding door latch is supplied as a standard, with upgrade locks available where requested.