Hinged & Sliding Doors
Hinged and Sliding Security Doors are growing more popular in today’s new and renovated homes. Many homes incorporate one or more sliding doors or hinge doors as part of the access entry, entertainment areas, back yards and patios. In the past it has been difficult to add security doors that do not detract from the views or value of a timber entry door.
Incorporating the unique patented EGP Retention System. Invisi-Gard Hinged Security Doors can be ordered as a Standard Door with or without a midrail. 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel Mesh is used in all Invisi-Gard Stainless Steel Security Products and it is because of this Marine Grade Stainless Steel that Invisi-Gard out performs all other stainless steel security products when it comes to corrosion resistance.
All Invisi-Gard hinged and sliding security doors are fitted with three point locks for added security from the reliable Australian manufacturers Austral Lock or Lockwood.
Product strength and performance are key factors in deciding which security door to purchase. All Invisi-Gard Hinged & Sliding Security Doors have been tested to Australian Standards AS5039-2008 so you can be assured that when choosing Invisi-Gard, you are choosing the finest in Stainless Steel Security Products.
Standards AS5039-2008 so you can be assured that when choosing Invisi-Gard, you are choosing the finest in Stainless Steel Security Products.
Care & Maintenance
Care & Maintenance
Your new Invisi-Gard Stainless Steel Security Screens have been manufactured using the highest quality materials available to the security industry. Constructed from Architectural Grade Aluminium and 316 Stainless Steel Mesh, both of these metals are highly corrosion resistant and exceptionally strong.
With a moderate amount of maintenance, your Invisi-Gard Stainless Steel Security Screens will retain their good looks, and resist the elements for years to come.
|Suggested Maintenance Period Table|
|Environment||Recommended Max. Maintenance Interval|
|Tropical/Severe||Two to Four Weeks|
|Mild||Being rural, away from the coast and remote from industry and urban activity.|
|Moderate||Being mainly urban, inland and away from heavy industry.|
|Tropical/Severe||Being coastal/marine, subject to salt deposition and within 15Km of the Eastern Coast, or 10Km of the Western Coast of Australia.|