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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.


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The Secret to Dealing with 3 Common Screen Door Issues

December 28, 2017 5:59 am

Screen doors are a good investment when pursuing an upgrade in home security or a more stylish entryway largely because they’re inherently designed to be long-lasting and sturdy. Still, their durability doesn’t make them entirely immune to mechanical failure or gradual wear; like any product you intend to use every day, they will eventually need to be repaired. This week, we’ll be summarizing a few of the issues that you’re most likely to run into with your door after it’s been up for some time and what you can do to fix them. Consider this your crash course on home... View Article

5 Steps Towards Better Courtyard Security in 2018

December 21, 2017 9:53 pm

We put a lot of effort into keeping the inside of our homes secure (as we should), but we can’t neglect what’s immediately outside of it, either! Your courtyard provides direct access to the front door and can have its fair share of valuables out in the open to boot. An outdoor vestibule like a courtyard gives you a private little spot that also looks great. But beyond appearances, these spaces provide the perfect opportunity for a savvy homeowner (and we know that you’re one!) to give their property an extra boost in security. Why wait until a would-be thief... View Article

Keep Criminals Away From Your Gifts this Christmas

December 14, 2017 9:58 pm

December is, as they say, the most wonderful time of the year. Family! Eggnog! Milking that Amazon Prime subscription for every penny it’s worth! And while it’s theoretically a month for giving, that charity comes with a few price tags. Afterall, gift-giving doesn’t come cheap, you know. Here’s something to consider: having a trove of nicely wrapped presents tucked away under a tree looks nice, but it’s also a temptation for would-be crooks. Coupled with the increased amount of time that many spend away during the holidays, your home’s chances of being targeted with unwanted entry become much more likely.... View Article

How To Keep Your Dog Safe & In His Own Yard

December 7, 2017 9:50 pm

Unless your home doubles as a bonafide prison, there’s always some possibility that everyone’s favorite canine companion will engineer some means of getting out. And while the idea of your dog roaming the world on a series of humorous escapades sounds like good storytelling fodder for a Disney movie, the reality is probably not going to play out that way. Keeping your pooch within his boundaries is a two-step process: you not only need to figure out how he’s getting out, but why. If you can pinpoint the issue at its behavioral source, chances are that you’ll have a much... View Article