Screens are a must have in Queensland. Keeping out flies whilst letting in the cool breeze on a hot summer’s day is essential. But can you get better than just your standard flyscreens? We will compare flyscreens and Crimsafe screens to find out if Crimsafe is insect proof and which is the better option for your home or business.
Flyscreens are designed to keep out all types of insects and pests from flies to cockroaches, grasshoppers, beetles and more. They also inadvertently assist in keeping out other debris and pollution carried by wind such as sticks, leaves, rubbish and more. You’re able to enjoy the benefits of open doors and windows, such as cool breezes and sunshine, without worry of unwanted insects or debris getting into your home or business.
However, they unfortunately are not strong enough to keep out other unwanted guests. Flyscreens are easy to kick in, cut into and otherwise be destroyed and will not be able to keep out or deter criminals. Even some animals would be able to break through fly screens easily. Many people find flyscreens to be aesthetically unappealing and can detract from the look of your home or business.
Crimsafe is widely renowned as being one of the safest options available for securing Australian homes and businesses. But what many people want to know is, is Crimsafe security mesh insect-proof? We can happily let you know this answer to the question is, Yes! When you choose Crimsafe screens you get two for one, insect-proof screening and the best security screens on the market.
The design also allows Crimsafe screens to blend flawlessly with the look of any home or business.
If you’re looking to install Crimsafe security screens in your home or business, contact Securelux today and ask about a free quote. Wide range of Crimsafe products available – powder-coated, bi-fold, tamper-resistant, screw clamps. Enjoy the view with a level of protection that meets the Australian standards in stainless steel mesh.