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Like any major metropolis, crime in Sydney is a fact of life. Don’t just hope your home is safe, know it’s safe with Amplimesh Security Screen Doors and Window Screens. Take your home to the next level with the peace of mind that your family are protected by the leading authority in home security.

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Security Hinged Doors

Amplimesh® Amplimesh® Hinged Security Screen Doors offer the comfort of fresh air flowing through your home with clear and unobstructed outdoor views. Keep intruders out and your family safe with our range of durable home security doors.

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Security Sliding Doors

Amplimesh®Amplimesh® Sliding Security Doors are designed to maximise your usable space. Security sliding doors are perfectly suited to protect wider openings like outdoor entertainment areas and backyard patios.

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Security Fixed Window Screens

Amplimesh® Security Fixed Window Screens are the simple, cost effective solution for keeping intruders at bay without compromising that view. All of our window security screens are corrosion resistant and exceed Australian Standards.

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Extra Information

Bifold doors are convenient for larger openings that aren’t quite suited to a full set of folding doors, or where you want to limit the amount of space that can be opened. But just because you opt for a bifold door instead of a hinged door – or choose to mix a bifold door with a standard sliding door – doesn’t mean you will have to sacrifice security or comfort.

Amplimesh® security bifold door screens can be added to any bifold door configuration and offer the same level of safety and comfort for you and your family as any of our other security screens.

Security Tested(Australian Standard AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003)Amplimesh® SupaScreen® stainless steel and IntrudaGuard® aluminium security screens all undergo full security testing as required by the above Australian Standards, which includes pull testing, impact tests, and jemmy attacks. And they all maintain the strength and structural integrity they are manufactured for.

Knife Shear Test(Australian Standard AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003)

All our security screens demonstrate that they meet or exceed the hardness and strength required for Australian Standards when subjected to a simulated cutting attack.

Customisable

Whether you select our SupaScreen® or IntrudaGuard® security door screens, you can increase the strength by adding an optional midrail, keep even more crawling insects out through the addition of a bug strip, or ensure that your pets can easily get in an out even when the doors are closed through a purpose-fitted pet door.

Keep Bugs and Intruders Out

The fine mesh or perforated aluminium used on our security screens are not only excellent at keeping intruders out, they also reduce the number of crawling and flying insects and pests that can get into your home when you have the doors open but the screens closed. Enjoy the benefit of a cool evening breeze, without compromising safety and overall comfort.

The benefits of using 316 marine-grade stainless steel or 5052 marine-grade aluminium in our security screen doors and windows are that the screens are not only tough, they’re also resistant to weather and corrosion brought about by exposure to salt or different metals. Allowing you to enjoy the same level of security and elegance for years to come, with the added peace-of-mind that comes from having a 10 or 16-year warranty covering all our Amplimesh® security products.

With seven Amplimesh® certified experts around Sydney, and another dozen spread out across NSW and other areas including Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, and Perth you won’t have any difficulty arranging for an Amplimesh® expert to visit your home or business to provide you with a quote for any of our security products.

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