5 Bonus Features of Security Mesh

Posted on: 16 July 2018

Most sliding security doors are accompanied by a security mesh that acts as a reinforcer, especially when the doors are made of glass. Sliding security doors enhance the safety of your home and also add some aesthetic value to the house. But what about the security mesh? Is it only good for keeping burglars out? Below are some bonuses, aside from security, that you acquire when you install security mesh in your home. [Read More]

3 Ways to Stop Your Shower Screen from Leaking

Posted on: 19 July 2017

Does taking a quick shower seem to flood your entire bathroom? If so, there's a good chance that your shower screen is leaking. This is a common problem that's easy to solve once you get to the bottom of the issue. Don't delay in fixing your shower screen problem as regular flooding can damage your flooring, often causes mold and damp to develop, and poses a slip hazard. Check out the three common problems and solutions below, and you'll soon be enjoying a safe, dry bathroom floor. [Read More]

Garage Doors Blues: 3 Common Problems

Posted on: 11 July 2017

Garage doors help to protect your vehicle, your tools and any other important items from damage or theft. However, garage doors will not last forever. Because your garage door may be opened and closed multiple times a day, it can suffer a lot of wear and tear. Below is a guide to some common problems which may occur as your garage door ages.   Stuck doors If your garage door becomes stuck and will not open or close, this can present real problems. [Read More]

3 Important Things To Consider When Replacing Glass Doors

Posted on: 21 June 2017

Unfortunately, glass doors can often meet a shattering end. Storms, human error and burglaries are all reasons why you may need to replace your glass doors. Sometimes they just become aged and discoloured, or you may want a more modern look.Whatever your reasons for replacing your glass doors, here are three important things to consider when choosing the best replacement glass doors. 1. Security Doors are the most common point of entry during burglaries, and glass can make a door even more vulnerable to forced entry. [Read More]