Updating and renovating a home means more than just applying a coat of paint. It means keeping the character of the existing house but making it fit with our current lifestyle. No matter which option you end up choosing, you should always keep security doors and screens locked, even when you are at home.Installing Security screen,grilles and doors is a good advice.
Security screens are usually made from a steel mesh that is strong enough to withstand attack, and using such screens means that you can eliminate the need for bars or grilles. This is great if you have views that you donâ€™t want to be interrupted and the security screens will also keep insects out.
In recent times, security doors have evolved from the traditional metal doors. Now, you are able to have your security door set into solid wood frames so that they look like timber. You can also have your door custom-designed to perfectly fit in with the look of your home (heritage, modern, colonial etc) and they come in a range of colours.Â
Security grilles should be constructed of solid aluminium or steel. This provides maximum security and aesthetic appeal. It is important to ensure that some of your grilles are hinged so that you are able to exit your home in emergencies. Also, many manufacturers will have a quick release locking system fitted to the grille so that it can be removed in case of fire.
Grilles can be fitted to brick, concrete, timber or aluminium window frames and can be either internal or external. They are substantially better security-wise and provide much more protection than window locks alone. Security grilles are useful in that you can leave the window itself open to allow ventilation but still be secure, especially in more vulnerable areas of your property.
Not all the security screen are the same look like the common style. You can also choose some pattern you like.Look at this Artistic leaf security screen door below, is it beautiful?