How to choose your security screen installer.

Here are a few tips to make sure you are getting exactly what you pay for.


We recently had a customer purchase what they thought was a "security front door" through their builder and wanted to add more security doors after the build was completed.

When our technicians inspected the door during their site measure, they had to let the home owner know that the "security door" that was purchased was not a certified security door but indeed a door called a "barrier" door. Which is not a security door.


There are industry governing bodies that have been created to protect you the consumer. Here are a few tips to make sure you are getting exactly what you pay for:


- Hire a member of the NSSA (easy to search for members on the NSSA website) - Research & Research the product you have been quoted for. - Google your installer's business - check their credentials and make sure they have a security licence. All security door installers must have a registered "security licence". - Once installed, check your screens for Australian compliance labels.


Our homeowner can be confident knowing that the screens WE installed have been fitted to Australian Standards, by licenced tradesman with quality product.


Security doors, security screens, Amplimesh, NSSA

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