Security Doors and Screens

Because every house is different, our security doors and screens are custom made to ensure a proper fit. We manufacture both traditional Security Grille screens and the latest technology Supa Screen (grille-free) security screens.

As an authorised Amplimesh dealer we only use Amplimesh security grille, an expanded one piece security grille which has no welds or joints and is extremly difficult to bend, break or cut. Amplimesh is designed to withstand attempts to force, smash or bend the screen so you can safely open your main door for ventilation without worrying about intruders getting in, or your children and pets getting out.

Amplimesh 7mm grille comes with a 5 year guarantee of quality and strength.

Amplimesh comes in various styles. The budget 103 pictured below. 125 has a smaller aperture to prevent curious hands from poking through. The decorative 122 is top of the line in both strength and weight.
Design 103
Design 103
Design 125
Design 125
Design 122
Design 122
Supa Screen
Supa Screen
All our security doors come with non corroding fibreglass insect screening as standard keeping out insects as well as burglars. We can also supply Microtech and Lookout non-tearing powdercoated aluminium sheet. The perfect answer to animals ripping your insect mesh. Our hinged doors have a Whitco Tasman deadlock with the option of three point locking for extra security while our sliding doors come with Austral sliding door locks so you can leave your door open knowing that no unwanted visitors can get in.

Important features of a genuine security door

Fitting: Should be made to fit your house not the other way around, with a maximum gap of 4mm at the sides and 6mm top and bottom.
The Grille: Should be a one piece extruded aluminium grille which meets the requirements of the Australian Standard for Security Screen Doors (AS2803).
The Frame: Should be heavy duty extruded aluminium.
Corner Stakes: Should be made from extruded aluminium and fixed with high strength rivets into each corner of the door frame.
Hinges: Should have sealed pins to prevent removal of the door.
The Lock: Should be a strong, good quality deadlock such as the Whitco Tasman Mk2 with optional three point locking.

Visit our showroom at 85 Ellice Rd, Glenfield.
or phone us on 09 444-8696 (North Shore), 09 837-2660 (West Auckland) or Email: julie@homeplusdesign.co.nz