Stainless Security Screen

Physical Impact and Point of Deterrence

Security doors and screens provide an immediate physical impact. Unlike alarms, they are a tangible physical barrier against potential intruders or burglars.

They present an early point of deterrence since they’re design to stop intruders before they enter the house, rather than after they’ve already broken in, as alarms do.

As they are built for durability, these screens and doors can make it more difficult for would-be burglars to break-in through common entry points like doors and windows.

Multifunctionality

  • They provide a high level of security with physical deterrence at entry points such as doors and windows. The materials of typical security screens and doors tend to make it harder for burglars to enter, and their appearance, even at a distance, adds extra deterrence value.
  • They provide a shield against pests and insects when you leave doors and windows open for ventilation, and still allow you to look through and make the most of the surrounding views.

Properties & Projects

Meshtec Security Screens

We are absolutely thrilled with our Protec Security Screens. We initially wanted to just get covers for the windows which got direct afternoon sun which was really heating up those rooms. Once we saw the product and realized they were so much more than a sun screen, we decided to do the entire house. We have seen a huge difference in the 2 front bedrooms which were getting so hot from the afternoon sun. Now with the screens, the rooms maintain their normal temperature even in the heat of the day and we even saw a decrease in our a/c bill! The other benefit is from a security standpoint. These screens make us feel so much more secure in our home, even with the windows open. We have had many compliments on their curbside appeal as well. It was a pleasure working with the team at Protec Seccurity Screens and we feel it was money well spent.

- Tim and Rhonda W. – Paphos

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Screened Products

Residential: There are many reasons to add screens to the windows and doors of your home including, security, fall prevention, cyclonic conditions, bushfire prone areas and fire attenuation. Not only can permanent security screens provide features to help in all of these areas but they can also have a positive impact on the energy efficiency performance of your windows. Each of the WERS for screened ratings is the rating of a window system with a screen attached to the exterior of a window system (as energy rated by WERS). The ratings of screens are applied to the exterior of the window system and are only applicable to be rated covering the entire glass area. In order for a screen product to be rated under WERS it must meet all of the following criteria:

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• The screen must be permanently fixed to the glazing system, • The screen must be of a woven screen or perforated screen type, • The screen must not be detachable, openable or removable, (egress security screens used to provide escape paths during fire are considered permanent screen systems), • The screen must be on the exterior of the window system, • The screen energy ratings can only be applied to a existing WERS rating

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Commercial: There are many reasons to add screens to the windows and doors of your home including, security, fall prevention, cyclonic conditions, bushfire prone areas and fire attenuation. Not only can permanent security screens provide features to help in all of these areas but they can also have a positive impact on the energy efficiency performance of your windows. Each of the WERS for screened ratings is the rating of a window system with a screen attached to the exterior of a window system (as energy rated by WERS). The ratings of screens are applied to the exterior of the window system and are only applicable to be rated covering the entire glass area. In order for a screen product to be rated under WERS it must meet all of the following criteria • The screen must be permanently fixed to the glazing system, • The screen must be of a woven screen or perforated screen type, • The screen must not be detachable, openable or removable, (egress security screens used to provide escape paths during fire are considered permanent screen systems), • The screen must be on the exterior of the window system, • The screen energy ratings can only be applied to a existing WERS rating,

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