Have you ever wondered if it is possible to remove the window restrictors from your top-story windows? The answer is no, but we have a replacement alternative that maximises your ventilation while being building code compliant – learn more in our latest article.
In our latest article, we’re addressing the four biggest complaints that customers have with security screens and doors in Australia including strength, pricing, lack of variety and the inability to install them DIY.
Ever wondered why security screens in Australia are so expensive? In our latest article, we break down all of the individual costs involved in manufacturing a single security door in Australia, explaining why they cost as much as they do.
Living rural means you sometime just have to get things done yourself, and security doors and screens are no exception. While we usually do not allow customers to order and install their own security screens, we are open to making an exception for rural customers who have no local dealer available. Learn more in our latest article.
Starline Security stocks quite a number of different insect flyscreen mesh types. In this article, we are comparing the costs of each variety, starting with standard flyscreens and covering premium products such as paw proof, BetterVue and UltraVue.
We get asked this question quite a lot. And it’s actually quite a difficult one to answer, because there are a lot of variables when it comes to calculating how much fly screens cost.
In this article, we’ll cover some of those variables to give you a bit of an idea of the range that a normal fly screen can cost – for both hinged doors and sliding doors, as well as windows.
At Starline Security, we do things differently. Our new online portal allows us to generate fast, accurate quotes for customers, without ever setting foot in their home! Learn how we’ve cut out the pushy salesperson from our quoting process in our latest blog article.