Helping You Understand Security Screen Doors Better

12 March 2021
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A security screen is a type of mesh installed on a door or window to enhance privacy while at the same time allowing airflow and to prevent the entry of insects into your premises. The word 'security' means that a security screen is manufactured stronger than standard screens to withstand large forces and intruder break-in attempts. This tells you that you can find other types of window or door screens that aren't as robust. Read More 

Tips on Customising Your Shower to Maximise Bathroom Spaciousness

18 February 2021
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If you have a small bathroom, you probably want to do what you can to make it feel larger if you're renovating. One approach is to install a glass shower screen. To create a sense of spaciousness in the bathroom, customise the shower to be as invisible as possible so the room will feel like one open, unified area. Prominent and dominant showers segregate the area from the open floor space, visually shrinking the room, so you want to avoid this. Read More 

Two Easy Ways to Improve Your Cafe’s Appearance

27 January 2021
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If your cafe looks rundown, here are some easy things you can do to make it look better, without having to hire renovation contractors or spend more money than you can afford to. Use commercial perforated metal screens to hide its unsightly features You can use commercial perforated screens to conceal your premises' more unattractive features. If for example, the radiator that is located in your cafe's seating area is old, battered and unsightly, you could place an inexpensive but stylish screen in front of it. Read More 

Ways Timber Joinery Will Elevate Your Homes Interior Design

13 January 2021
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When some people think of joinery, they automatically assume that it relates to kitchen cabinetry and while this is not incorrect, it is also not the entire truth. In essence, joinery refers to putting together pieces of wood so it is not limited to storage. However, neither is it the same as traditional carpentry, as it entails artisanal skills and intricate techniques to ensure that the final product is both visually pleasing and unique rather than simply being functional. Read More