Prowler Proof Hinge Window Security Screen has taken out the Australia Glass & Window Association (AGWA) industry award for Most Innovative Component 2019 at the annual Design Awards ceremony held during AusFenEx19 in Sydney last Thursday night.
Nestled into the side of a hill in Brookfield, Qld, this Japanese influenced, minimalist home, complete with its own running stream and duck pond was fitted with ForceField security screens by CSI Chalmers Security Installations who was awarded the National Security Screen Association Design Award 2019, Best Installation Residential.
Being able to open your security screen allows for easy access. Be it passing food into an entertaining area, or in case of an emergency.
The biggest advantage, on a day to day basis, is the accessibility to open the screen to clean both screen and window glass, for a perfect view.
It is true that security screens cover some of the open space of the window, due to the mesh component of the screen. But, what you give up in open space, you quickly gain back as you can now have your windows fully open 24 hours a day.