• Buderim Cover

    Let the fresh air into your coastal home - Buderim

    Being on the Sunshine Coast ventilation and corrosion were major concerns for these home owners when choosing a security screen brand for their home. See why they chose Prowler Proof.
    August 26, 2017
  • Daisy Hill Stacking Screen Doors

    Compliance in Bushfire Zone

    Backing on to the Daisy Hill Conservation Park, with its eucalypt forest, paperbark wetlands and Koala habitat, the owners of this home were looking for security for their family, ventilation to enjoy the breezy environment, and also protection from the risk of bushfires.
    July 25, 2017
  • St Lucia Security Screens

    Fresh airflow in compact living quarters

    Designed to be modern, invisible, allow maximum airflow and security, Prowler Proof ForceFieldâ was the perfect choice for The Women’s College window and security screen upgrade in St Lucia, Queensland.
    May 31, 2016
  • Annerley Deck Enclosure

    Deck enclosure opens up modern home

    Beautiful home encloses deck with ForceField security screen stacking doors and windows to allow airflow and space for the pets to roam.
    May 21, 2016
  • Rochdale Security Screens Project

    Large homestead - semirural

    Living on a large property in a semirural area has its challenges when it comes to security. The resident of this property recently took it over from his parents. He soon realised that the property would become far more liveable with security screens installed…
    May 18, 2016
  • Brookwater Security Screens on Hung Windows

    Luxury with a view – Brookwater

    A large open-plan home overlooking Queensland’s best golf course is the perfect environment for ForceField® security screens. “The home owner wanted the strongest and best looking security screens money could buy,” said Prowler Proof dealer Lloyd Valle, managing director of Australian Security Organisation.
    April 29, 2016
  • Northgate Security Screens Project

    Modern security screens enhance heritage home - Northgate

    The old Queenslander homes were designed for the Queensland climate, not for security. Today you need security but how do you find a solution that doesn’t compromise the airflow and heritage feel of an old Queenslander? Tanya Henry tells her story…
    December 3, 2015
  • Redcliffe Security Screens Project

    War Widows' Guild – unit block

    The Queensland War Widows’ Guild was established in 1961 to provide affordable housing for war widows over 55 years of age. Today the Guild owns and manages four blocks of units – the latest block with 24 new two bedroom units was opened in June 2014. Architect Andrew Roe designed the building…
    December 17, 2014