If you’re looking to upgrade the security of your home, you may be wondering about the difference between a screen door and a security door.
While these two doors have similar purposes—to keep pests, dirt, and debris out of your home—they differ significantly in terms of security. A screen door is typically made of wood or metal, and is designed with a mesh screen to allow air and light to pass through while blocking out insects and other pests.
Screen doors are designed primarily to provide ventilation and airflow, while also providing a minimal amount of security. As such, they should be used along with a locking mechanism, such as a deadbolt or latch, to ensure that your home remains secure.
On the other hand, a security door is designed specifically for security. These doors are typically made of metal and reinforced with deadbolts and locks to provide added protection against intruders.
Security doors also come with additional features, such as peepholes, motion sensors, and alarm systems, to provide additional layers of protection.
If you’re looking for a security door, we always recommend using INVISI-GARD. Anything less than marine grade 316 High Tensile Stainess Steel Wire is a lesser product than Invisi-gard.
Backed by an unbeatable 15 year warranty, you have peace of mind that your Invisi-gard product is going to last. And if you are curious as to the kinds of damage Invis-gard screens can withstand, check out the video testing series
In summary, screen doors offer minimal security and are designed primarily to provide ventilation and airflow, while security doors are designed with additional features to provide maximum security. If you’re looking to upgrade the security of your home, a security door is the way to go.
Call Mick if you need a free quote to upgrade your home with security screens 0412 511 842.