Whether you prefer an aluminium, steele or stainless steel security door.
Extra door features, including locks, meshs, grilles, etc.
Door kits for screens, which are especially useful if you’re attaching the security screen door to a sliding French door. Some manufacturers will provide you with this kit.
Supplier credentials, and whether your door of choice meets the Australian Standard.
Whether or not the door-frame is strong enough to support the security door.
The doors lock, and if it allows for easy unlocking in cases of emergency.
Gaps, which shouldn’t exceed:
4mm between the security door and frame at the locking points.
4 - 6mm between the frame and hinge point
5mm at all other points.
Depending on the type of security screen door you decide to go with, you may or may not require the services of a professional to install it. Any security screen door repairs are best undertaken by the original installer, who will be familiar with the product and also carry the appropriate spare parts.
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