Why Should I Add a Security Door to my Home?
A February 22, 2005 article on the Choice website discusses how homeowners can select sturdy security screen doors for their homes. Simple in appearance and construction, screen doors can reliably separate the indoors from the out while allowing air to flow through and while doing so, add some design to a home’s façade.
The article expounds more on the functionality of these devices:
“Security screen doors are designed to let you safely open up the house to air and light while you’re at home — upstairs or out in the garden, say. They should prevent someone from sneaking quickly and quietly into your house when your main door’s open and nicking your stuff, and deter or delay potential attackers long enough for you to call for help.”
While all security doors are touted as deterrents, not all of them are built sturdily enough. Certain models will only work well against bugs and vermin, yet will do little to prevent burglars and other unsavoury individuals from cutting through them.
For absolute protection against even criminals, homeowners should choose tough security screens in Perth that can withstand serious damage from cutting tools and such.
Metal screen doors are designed to fit over existing doors, which adds another level of security to the entrances. They’re actually quite simple to install, requiring only basic power tools to affix the pieces in place.
Once installed, they can last for life, and will only require cleaning maintenance every now and then. Householders looking for these reliable security measures should check trusted retailers such as KNA Security.
(Source: Security screen doors buying guide, choice.com.au, February 22, 2005)