• 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
  • St Johns Protec Security Screens Project

    St. John's College - University of Queensland - Protec

    St. John’s College – home to 320 university students – installed more than 100 ForceField® security screens in 2014. “We didn’t budget for any new security screens in 2015,” says business manager Erin Dieperink, “but over the summer break we discovered that more than 60 flyscreens needed replacement…”
    April 29, 2015
  • Algester Home with Security Screens on Windows

    A breath of fresh air - Algester

    When Scott and Laura bought their new home, they knew it needed their time, money and love to become the home of their dreams. One of their first priorities was to install security screens where there were only flyscreens before. Scott tells their story...
    March 26, 2015
  • Gold Coast Heritage Screens on Hinge Door

    Transformed entrance - Gold Coast

    When Ian and Jean Laing renovated their home of 13 years, the entrance was one area they wanted to improve. “Our front veranda was really wasted space without a meaningful purpose,” says Jean. “We wanted to enclose it in a way that would not only add space, but also character to our home.”
    January 30, 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
  • St Johns Security Screens Project

    St. John's College – University of Queensland

    St. John's College – University of Queensland With more than 100 security screens to install over the Christmas break, St. John’s College needed a supplier they could trust. “Prowler Proof delivered everything within a week and inside two weeks we had installed all the ForceField® security screens…”
    April 22, 2014