Keeping your home secure and safe is an age-old concern, whether you’re a renter, homeowner, single occupant, or a family.
One popular way of helping protect the home is by adding security screen doors to the front and back of the house. Security doors offer an extra layer of deterrence, protection when opening the door to people, and allows you to have fresh air flowing through without letting people in (or the kids and pets out). Also, in the big scheme of things they are easy to organise and cost-effective to have installed.
Home security is a particular area of expertise for HomePlus and one of the product ranges we founded the business on over 50 years ago. As with many products for your home, there are many options to choose from. Our premium security screen product is Supascreen, which can be used for both doors and security screen windows.
Supascreen security screens are made from 316 marine grade stainless steel mesh that is woven tightly together and assembled in a patented manufacturing process that means there are no visible fastenings or anchor points. What you get is an incredibly strong, protective screen that doesn’t ruin your line of sight or airflow.
These factors are what makes Supascreen so popular. Peace of mind without it being right in your face.
How does Supascreen stack up? All of our screens go through vigorous testing and Supascreen is no different. A variety of impact hits, jemmy (crowbar) attacks, and pull testing are employed to make sure that Supascreen security screens exceed Australian AS5039-2008 standards.
Supascreen security screen windows and doors use only the highest quality materials, manufacturing techniques, and all of them are custom assembled to fit your home. Even the colour can be customised!
Get in touch to find out about all the possible options; from colours to locks, we will custom make your Supascreen for your home.
Steve Huish has an education in industrial design, has worked a few years on the tools, and has numerous years of experience marketing in the construction and home improvement industries. Steve is passionate about telling the stories of kiwi businesses.
You can contact Steve by calling 09 478 8018 or emailing [email protected]