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Please let us know what services you're requesting. And yes: We work on all door brands!
Note that all repair and installation services (not repowders) also have a minimum service charge of $95 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 ($685) RePowder Gate ($545)

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


Customers with existing Steel Advantage(?) products, please describe your warranty service needs here.

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Top Five Security Screen Door Design Options

March 27, 2017 12:01 pm

A few weeks ago we assured you that security doors and windows on your house don’t have to make your home into a prison. We’ve also been talking about the importance of home security, especially when you’re away and ways to keep your vulnerable sliding glass doors from attracting thieves. You’ve hopefully learned a lot, but now what? Since your imagination is the only limit to what you can choose as far as security screen door and window designs, where do you start?   We’ve put together the following list of the top five security screen door designs to help... View Article

The Problem With Sliding Doors: Why They Need Extra Security

March 20, 2017 4:57 pm

Here in Arizona, we enjoy gorgeous weather for most of the year except during the hottest months. That’s why so many Phoenix area homes have sliding glass doors. They offer us easy access to our patios and backyards and are a great way to allow lots of light indoors. But what makes your home more beautiful to you, makes it a choice target for burglars. That’s because your sliding glass doors make your home extremely vulnerable. That convenient exit to your patio is also a welcome sign to burglars. The problem with sliding glass doors is they make your home... View Article

5 Essentials For Keeping Your Winter Home Secure This Summer

March 13, 2017 8:31 pm

Here in Phoenix, it seems like the hot weather arrives earlier every year. It’s only mid-March and already temperatures have hit the 90’s. If you’re one of the many Phoenix area winter only residences, or “snowbirds,” you’re probably starting to think about heading north already. But will your winter home here in Phoenix stay secure while you’re gone? In order to help you, we put together this list of five essentials, including security screen doors to help you protect your home before you leave Phoenix, AZ for the summer this year: 1. Install an alarm system: Home security systems might... View Article

Security Doors Without Bars: Because Your Home Isn’t a Prison

March 6, 2017 11:54 am

You want your home to be secure and safe from thieves. You probably already have an alarm that’s monitored by a security company. Your neighbors have security doors, and maybe even security screens on their windows, but you just don’t like how they look. Maybe your fear is that bars on the doors and windows of your home would make it look like a jail or a halfway house. Perhaps you’re worried about curb appeal and if security doors and windows will give a bad impression about the neighborhood to guests and potential buyers. We understand why you’d feel that... View Article