Fly screen mesh is essential if we want to provide good venation and light while keeping insects out. Both fly Screen doors and windows are available for homes. And if you use a fly screen frame security door you will keep out criminals as well as insects.
Traditional flyscreen windows and doors were made with an aluminium frame. Later developments had these door and window frames powder coated. The fly screen mesh on the metal frame can be aluminium, steel or fibreglass. Security doors used all steel construction with a triple locking mechanism. All these doors were stylishly designed, and there were always options to suit any home décor.
There are many different types of flyscreen, including sliding, hinged, and cassette retraction. Some of these are almost unnoticeable when retracted. These almost hidden flyscreens are great if you have decorative doors that you want to keep on display. Another option is rollaway blinds which are a good option if you had bi fold doors, or if you want to keep French doors on display.
Professional installation of fly screen frames and doors is customized to your home. Often it only takes a few hours before your fly screen mesh system is fully operational. But sometimes the manufacturers will be prepare some components of the door or screen offsite before the day of installation.
It is also possible to re-mesh older security doors and window frames.