Security Doors

Security doors have one prime purpose — to keep your premises and the occupants safe from intruders. But they also have other aims, such as countering fires, keeping out pests and making your home or business look good.

To ensure a door fulfils all these purposes and more, you need to choose carefully. That means ensuring any door you buy is strong and durable, is fitted correctly, has a variety of security features and is attractive to look at.

Security Doors Northern Suburbs Melbourne

First and foremost, a security door, as the name suggest, needs to comply with the Australian Standards to be properly secure. That implies one that’s strongly made of sturdy materials that are resistant to attempts to break in. If your premises are in an area where break-ins occur frequently, that may require a steel door with a steel grille. In other cases, an aluminium door may be enough since, although not as strong as steel, it will give the right appearance and will deter opportunist thieves.

Whatever claims a company makes about the security of its doors, they have limited value unless they’re backed up by facts. The best proof of a door’s quality is if it meets the Australian standard AS5039 and is installed in accordance with AS5040, so check with the supplier if this is the case before buying. Such doors will be resistant to corrosion, either being stainless steel or having been galvanised before powder coating. Read More

Steps to Follow when Choosing Security Doors

Doors with a steel infill of bars, a grille or a decorative motif are generally the strongest, although heavy-duty aluminium can be cheaper and will be almost as effective. Grilles should be comprised of thick metal and either welded to the door or fixed with rivets that are either inaccessible or otherwise difficult to remove.

At least three hinges should hold the door securely and these need to be heavy-duty with solid hinge pins that can’t be removed. Three-point locks prevent intruders prising open the top or bottom of the door and key locks should be five-point cylinder versions or something equivalent.

However strong the door and its components, these can be let down by poor installation or a frame that’s not substantial. Ideally, the frame should be made from the same strong material as the door and there should be no spaces for an intruder to insert a lever. This should prevent the door being pushed out of the frame while the hinges should be recessed or have a hinge filling to prevent tampering.

The cost of the security doors in Northern Suburbs will generally be reflected in its quality so don’t just buy the cheapest because it’s unlikely to do the job. Instead, aim for the best blend of quality, strength, good looks and a competitive price.

Range of Security Doors at Bulleen Screens Melbourne

All our doors come in a range of 21 standard colours and a wide variety of mesh options.

Need Quality Security Doors in Northern Suburbs? Get in Touch With Us Today

At Bulleen Screens, we take pride in the quality of our doors and the service that goes with them. We measure precisely before we start because a poorly fitting door will never provide the security you require. Even if the opening isn’t square, you can be sure of a perfect fit since each door is made-to-measure.

We’re a member of the National Security Screen Association (NSSA), which means you can be certain we meet the quality requirements the association demands. That ensures a strong and durable door that will withstand severe impacts without giving way and will look good at the same time. With our security doors fitted at each point of entry, you’ll enjoy absolute peace of mind and know your property is as safe as it can be against would-be intruders.

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All our security doors are:

  • Made to Order:

We do not hold “standard” screens in stock as there is no such thing. When considering all possible sizes, mesh and colour combinations.

  • Made in our local factory

We make all of our products to order in a factory environment for the best possible quality and finish. Our specialist production staff work in a clean and safe environment, out of the weather with the best tools and techniques available to build your screens, leaving our installation team to concentrate on their specialist skills.

  • Installed by our expert tradespeople

For further information on Bulleen Screens Range of Doors please

^Security Doors are regulated by Australian Standard 5039-2008. Use of the word ‘security’ to describe doors on this website does not imply compliance with Australian Standards. For further information contact us.

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