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Aluminium Security Doors, Protecting Family's for more than 20 years.

Is there anything more important than you family's security? We provide a good range of Aluminium Security Doors which provide protection for your family.

All of our Aluminium Security doors are made from a high strength extruded aluminium frame, Lockwood 8654 double deadlock with dual select, metal door closer and aluminium mesh as standard features you should find our aluminium security doors one of the best priced value for money security options on the market.

Additional features may include;

  • Tuffscreen
  • Limited vision mesh
  • Triple locking mechanism

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All of our Aluminium Security Doors are available in the following profiles. For colour selections, please contact our sales team for more information.

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Protecting Families for more than 20 Years!

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Crimsafe Security Doors Protection your family with Crimsafe, the strongest and toughest stainless steel security mesh available on the planet: Crimsafe Security Doors

Steel Security Doors
We keep an extensive range of premium steel security doors with a wide range of colour, mesh, style and security options: Steel Security Doors

Steel Aluminium Combination Upgrade at a minimal cost with Steel & Aluminium Combination Security Doors providing strength, balance and value: Steel Aluminium Combination

Cast Aluminium Security Door Looking for an elegant looking security door for your home? Cast Aluminium provides you with a range of designs:
Cast Aluminium Security Doors

Aluminium Security Doors
For the budget conscience, we have a wide range of Aluminum Security Doors options available on request: Aluminium Security Doors

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Window pane / dead bolt fix ?

Dear all
my key got jammed and broke off inside the deadbolt - so how do i fix it ?
FWiW i have 3 dead bolt locks installed in my hse but for some reason two of them which are installed on wooden doors have been practically unusable.
The one installed on the metal door works fine and has never given me any problems - they were all bought together and are made by Schlage
anyway i didnt want to drill the lock so i tried to get in through the kitchen window ... and ended up breaking it !
it was mounted on one of those ancient aluminium sliding frames - so

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  • Adapter available for bronze or wooden sliders
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  • Avatar Ian Is it worth replacing a sliding aluminium security door with a more modern stronger one?
    Aug 03, 2012 by Ian | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    Hi all,

    I live in a block of units and own my unit. I live in the first floor so I'm above ground level but not very far at all really.

    I have a balcony with, at the moment, a diamond aluminium … Would you bother? The area I live in isn't a crime hotspot (Campsie NSW) but I'm at work all day and I dread the thought of someone breaking in - I've already had new good locks installed.

    Thanks
    Ian.

    • I imagine it's still harder to break than a window, and chances are if burglars are going to break something to get in, they'll break whatever is in the most secluded area. if this door is out in the open and generally visible, it's about as safe as a window. if it's in a hidden area where someone might have some privacy to try smashing it down... it might be worth replacing it.