Unlike standard doors, specialty doors come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and styles.
By their very nature these doors are often so different to the usual standard styles that they can create not just a design and manufacturing challenge but also an installation challenge.
At Stop Thief Security We Specialise In Different
we’ve yet to find a door that we couldn’t build a screen for. A non-standard door requires a non-standard security screen designed, built and installed.
Customising screen doors to suit your needs is our specialty, by thinking outside the square we can design and manufacture the perfect screen to fit your bespoke door while keeping the aesthetics in harmony with the style of your home.
Depending on the type of door you have installed, your door may not be held in place or stabilised by standard hinges or tracks and may open in, out, both ways or even concertina.
Some Of The Examples Of Specialty Doors We Manufacture & Install Screens To Include:
- Pivot doors – usually larger than the usual standard sized doors, pivot doors are held in place by a point at the top and bottom, they swing on those points which means they open partly inward and partly outward.
- French doors – usually hinged single or double doors that swing and open outward, varying in size than a standard door and often with glass panels.
- Patio doors – usually hinged or sliding and opening out onto a patio.
- Dutch doors – usually these doors open in two parts, they are divided horizontally with a top and bottom half which can be locked together to open or unlocked to open separately.
All our security screens are designed and manufactured onsite and come in the standard colours of Colourbond, as well as being available in custom powder coat colours and finishes.
All security windows and security screens supplied by Stop Thief Security are manufactured to the Australian Standards AS5039.
The same wide range of options is available for your non-standard screen as is available for the more standard styles of door.
We Can Design, Manufacture & Install Your Specialty Screen Door Using Your Choice Of:
- INVISI-GARD Stainless Steel Security – Made From High Tensile 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel
- ALU-GARD Aluminium Security – Made from strong aluminium sheet (1.6mm thickness) that is perforated and powder coated.
- 7mm Grille Security – 7mm strand thickness riveted to Australian Standards (max 300mm spacings)
- Decoview Security Decorative Doors – Designs are CNC laser cut in aluminium to your design or ours, then powder coated.
- Colonial Cast Panel Doors – Door inserts are gravity die cast in 100% recyclable aluminium for strength and durability, frames are made from exhausted aluminium.
- Flyscreens – All materials used conform to Australian standards.
So whatever style, material or design your specialty door is, rest assured we can supply and install a screen or security screen door to suit.
Call Us Now on 07 5597 3773 to Arrange an Inspection and Estimate or Add Your Details to the Form to Request a Call Back.
Your Questions Answered About INVISI-GARD?
What range of products and colours are in the Invisi-Gard range?
We can customise Invisi-Gard to suit your individual taste and style. As well as being available in a large range of standard colours, Invisi-Gard can also be powder coated to any colour in the Dulux and Interpon range as well as non-standard and timber look finishes.
Invisi-Gard doors, windows and patio enclosure styles include:
- cast panel
- emergency exit systems
Does Invisi-Gard come with a warranty?
Yes absolutely! We provide a 15 year warranty to all original purchasers of Invisi-Gard, provided the product has been maintained according to the ‘Care and Maintenance’ guidelines. These guidelines state that the product needs to be cleaned at regular intervals, dependent on your location. For example: If the product is installed on a property on the coast, the period between the product needing cleaning is less than if the product is installed on a property inland, away from the coast.
How much is it - Can I get a quote?
Since every application is customised and made to measure, the best way to get an accurate evaluation is to Contact Us so we can arrange a suitable time to meet with you and provide you with a free no obligation quote for manufacture and installation. This is also a great opportunity to ask our expert team any other questions you may have.
What standards does Invisi-Gard meet?
Australian Standards for security screens are some of the toughest in the world. When installed correctly by Stop Thief Security, Invisi-Gard meets all the requirements set for those rigorous standards.
Does the product require any maintenance?
Very little maintenance is required. Washing the product with a mild detergent and rinsing the soap residue off with clean water from time to time will keep the product looking it’s best for many years. This is also a condition for ensuring the warranty stays valid. You will receive guidelines on the care and maintenance of the product when you make your purchase. If the product is installed on a property on the coast, you will need to clean the product more often than if the product is installed on a property inland, away from the salt air.
How long has Invisi-Gard been in the market?
Invisi-Gard was originally patented in 2000 before becoming available on the market soon after. Alspec own and support the Invisi-Gard brand, they have been a major distributor of aluminium building systems since 1974.
What grade of stainless steel is your mesh made from?
The mesh in Invisi-Gard is exclusively 316 grade stainless steel, this is known as ‘marine grade’ stainless steel, highly resistant to corrosion and superior to other grades such as 304. Due to the fact that 316 grade stainless steel looks fresh and unblemished for many years with very little maintenance, it represents excellent value for money.
The combinations and quantities (chemistry) of metals are what determine the grades. The combination in 316 contains 2% Molybdenum, a blending element not found in 304 grade.
Does Invisi-Gard rust?
If you follow the guidelines set out for the Care and Maintenance, Invisi-Gard will remain rust free for the life of the product. Like all stainless steel products, it does have to be cleaned and maintained regularly to avoid corrosion.
What is Galvanic Corrosion or Electrolysis?
Galvanic corrosion is the term applied to the reaction created when different metals come into contact with each other when there is also the presence of a conducting element. That element can be salt water, dust, humidity or other contaminants.
The design of some security products need screws, fasteners or clamps to attach the mesh to the frame. This often creates a reaction from the metals in the those fasteners coming into contact with the mesh and/or frame and creates the perfect environment for corrosion.
Invisi-Gard is completely free of screws and fasteners and the different metals are completely isolated from each other making this type of corrosion impossible.
What is the fire rating for Invisi-Gard?
The Australian Standard for Buildings in Bushfire Prone Areas refers to the screening of openings with meshes for various Bushfire Attack Levels (BAL’s). For sites to BAL-40, the requirement is that the mesh needs to have perforations less than 2mm and be made from a non-corrosive steel. Invisi-Gard mesh has holes less of 1.6mm and is made of 316 marine grade stainless steel, this makes it suitable for fire sites up to BAL-40.