Steel Security Doors


Parkville 1/SB

Parkville 2

Parkville 3

Bendio

Bendio S/P

Seaford

Melton


Melton S/P

Yarra Glen

Ballarat

Montrose

Montrose S/P

Daylesford 1

Daylesford 2


Daylesford 3

Daylesford 4

Daylesford 5


Echuca

Colac

Sunbury

Inverloch

Euroa

Portsea

Kerang

Avoca


Cobram

Lorne

Torquay

Portland

Emerald

Bright

Sorrento

There was a time when people never bothered to lock their houses. Today, with all the progress and advancement, unfortunately crime has also advanced to such a high level that leaving the door open or unlocked is an open call for crime.

Nowadays, the best safety measures for family safety are steel security doors. These doors are not like the historical, unfinished doors but are attractive and blend in with the overall look of the house. These steel security doors enhance the overall appearance of the house making it the place everyone wants to visit and have a closer look.

When you plan to shop for steel security doors, you should carry out a web search or search the market for varieties. As with any home décor solutions, steel security doors also come in different shapes, designs and sizes. Some of the doors are installed with thin aluminium wire mesh punched in the frame while others are fitted with tempered glass, which is useful in keeping out harsh winds and rainfall. The glass installed in steel security doors is break-proof providing extra strength and a barrier against trespassing.

A burglar who attempts to break into a house with steel security doors should have more time on his hand to serve his purpose, otherwise he is in difficult times. The doors are installed with heavy-duty hinges and locks that are impossible to open. Many steel security doors come with fly screens made of high quality, fine aluminium mesh coated with protective chemical to avoid staining and corrosion.

The frames of steel security doors all around Melbourne are made with 100% solid and durable stainless steel of Marine grade 316 qualities. When you have made a choice for a door design, there are several other options to choose from including:

  • Double Cylinder
  • Deadlock
  • Heavy duty Steel Door
  • Aluminium Fly wire
  • Heavy Duty Hinges
  • Choices of Powder coat
  • Colour Finish
  • Door Closer
  • Zinc Plating

Steel security doors also come with optional bar or grille installations. The grilles are available in several styles as well as custom-made designs. If you have a design in mind, our team will help you get it out on paper and provide you feasibility rates. Here is a list of designs we offer:

  • Daylesford 1/SB, 2, 3, 4, 5
  • Melton S/P
  • Yarra Glen
  • Ballarat
  • Montrose
  • Echuca
  • Colac
  • Sunbury
  • Inverloch
  • Euroa
  • Portsea
  • Kerang
  • Avoca
  • Cobram
  • Torquay
  • Portland
  • Stawell
  • Shepparton
  • Mildura
  • Mansfield
  • Emerald
  • Bright
  • Sorrento
  • Swan Hill Beacon Cove
  • Benalla

No matter which design you choose, every design is a planned and engineered product to provide maximum security and durability. The doors are fully welded and constructed with 100% Australian tubular steel. The technology of steel security doors includes a single point deadlock with keyless locking. The steel security doors are made using a zinc-plated base. It is difficult to find a security door to match your existing doorframe. If this is the case, then Just Doors & Screens also offer custom-made solutions.

The expenses charged if you choose a steel security door include measurement and installation. We also offer a 12-month warranty on installation, finish, construction or locks, and a 3-year workmanship guarantee. A wide-range of colour bond options is also available at an affordable price.

At just Doors & Screens, steel security doors in Melbourne are the first choice for commercial and residential customers that are security conscious.

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