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Note that all repair and installation services (not repowders) also have a minimum service charge of $85 for the first 30 minutes of work, and $12.00 per each additional 15 minutes of work.

 New Lock ($35) New Lever/Handle ($35) Re-key Lock to Match Entry ($45) New Closer & Wind Chain ($45) New Weather Stripping ($35) New Expander w/rubber ($35) if requires powder coating add $75 New Rubber only ($15) New Super Screen ($125) New Sun Screen ($180) Take Down Door/Gate ($130) Re-install Door/Gate ($130) plus new parts if old ones not usable Add or Replace Glass/Perf Metal, Full Door ($300) Add or Replace Glass/Perf Metal, Top ($125) Add or Replace Glass/Perf Metal, Middle ($50) Add or Replace Glass/Perf Metal, Bottom ($125) RePowder Security Door ($635) RePowder Gate ($510)

Repowdering prices for both gates and security doors includes labor and takedown, sandblasting, re-powder coating, new screens and frames, and re-installation.


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What to Look For in Security Screen Doors in Phoenix, AZ

November 20, 2016 9:33 pm

Are you looking for the highest quality security screen doors in Phoenix, AZ? Eco Advantage Security Doors and Gates has you covered. But before you select the perfect door to fit your needs, you should know exactly what it is you’re looking for. There are more choices than one might expect when picking out screen doors, and the more details you know, the easier it will be for our team of experts to help you pick the best option to fit your needs.

Here are a few considerations and features you should analyze while looking for your security screen door:

  • Materials: Most of the time, the material choices for security screen doors comes down to steel frames versus aluminum or metal alloy frames. All of these can be made strong enough for security purposes. However, because aluminum and metal alloy frames are weaker than steel, frames made with those materials must be made wider so they achieve the proper amount of strength. Steel frames measuring two to three inches wide allow nearly 40 percent more airflow and visibility than aluminum and metal alloy frames, which have to be almost 6” wide for strength, so that’s something else to consider. Finally, consider the durability of the materials. Aluminum doors will not rust, but are much more expensive. Steel doors can be treated and powder coated to prevent rust from forming, and can be re-coated as necessary.
  • Installation: Here, your main choice is going to be flush mount versus tube frame mount. Either of these methods will provide you with a good level of security. However, flush mounting looks more natural, and has a better seal as it eliminates the gap around the opening. Mounting on a tube frame means your door will stick out a little over an inch from your opening, as it’s mounted on the face of the trim instead of inside the opening. You can work around this, but might end up having to pay more.
  • Protection against pests: How is the door sealed against insects and scorpions? Make sure you know how your door protects against these pests. Here in Arizona, bugs might not be as problematic as on the East Coast or in the Midwest, but you still want to make sure you have proper protection against flies, scorpions and other nuisances. Many companies use a special foam tape to seal around the door, which needs to be regularly replaced. Your better bet is felt strip seals, which last nearly forever.
  • Finish: Will you use paint or powder coating? Paint is not heat resistant, and does not necessarily hold up well under the hot Arizona sun, which means you’ll need to repaint eventually. Powder coating also needs to be touched up after a certain amount of time, but it provides far better protection against the sun and other outdoor elements.

These are just a few of the most important items to consider as you shop for security screen doors in Phoenix, AZ. Contact Eco Advantage Security Doors and Gates today for more information.

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