Irene Fisher

  • Shower Screen Types to Consider During Bathroom Renovations

    If you are renovating your bathroom and shopping for a shower screen, then you probably already know that you have several options. Unfortunately, most homeowners tend to settle for what is available because they do not scour the market hard enough for unique products. This article highlights various types of shower screens and their applicability. Full-Framed Shower Screens Just like the name suggests, a full-framed shower screen is entirely enclosed in an aluminium frame.
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  • Garage Door Styles to Consider for Your Home

    A garage door covers a vast area of a home's facade, so you need to choose a material, colour and design to enhance the kerb view. However, before you pick your favourite style, decide what kind of opening mechanism will work best in your garage. Following are several possibilities. Roller Doors Roller doors consist of a piece of corrugated metal that rolls up into a bundle above the entryway as the door opens.
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  • Save Lives and Property: Why You Should Install a Fire Door

    Most commercial business owners know that fire is bad for their commercial property. However, very few of them actually consider the amount of damage they would incur if their building went down in flames. As a result, many people simply install fire doors and other fire-fighting equipment because it is standard procedure.  However, if you want to avoid losing your property and getting people injured in a fire, you have to carefully consider the brand and quality of fire doors you invest in for your building.
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  • How to Ensure Your Roller Shutters Last Longer

    Roller shutters have become an essential tool for safeguarding business premises today. They offer secure and robust protection, and intruders cannot break them easily, giving you peace of mind whether you are around or away. But like any other investment, you want to ensure your roller shutters last longer and that you don't use your savings on frequent repairs or replacements. The key to achieving these goals is to maintain your roller shutters.
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  • Everything You Need to Learn About Testing Fire-Rated Doors

    It is easy to limit yourself to sprinklers, alarms and other conventional devices when you think about fire protection systems. However, do you know that you can use other features and fittings to enhance the levels of fire safety in your commercial space? Fire-rated doors are a good example. The doors come as an assembly that effectively compartmentalizes smoke and flames or provides safe egress against extreme radiant heat. Fire-rated doors mitigate the risk of injury and property damage by a large margin, and you are better off learning a thing or two about them.
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  • 3 Signs Your Roller Door Torsion Springs Have a Problem

    If your roller doors aren't working quite right, you might not be sure exactly where the problem lies. These doors and their mechanisms have a lot of different parts which can all prevent them from opening and closing properly. In some cases, the problems you're having give you an indication of where the problem might lie. For example, if you have faulty or damaged torsion springs, then your doors will act in specific ways.
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  • 5 Tips for Choosing A Garage Door for Your Home

    Whether you are building a new home or renovating, you need to select a garage door that is not only aesthetically appealing but also functional and a valuable part of your home, should you choose to re-sell.  However, this can be a challenging task, especially if this is your first time buying a garage door. Because the garage door is used almost twice every day as you leave and get back from work, you need a steady and well-functioning garage.
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  • How to Choose the Best Mesh for Your Security Screens and Doors

    One good way to add security to your home is to choose heavy-duty mesh for window screens and entryway doors. The standard mesh used for most window screens and for screen doors is very lightweight and easy to bend or cut, so that it doesn't add much security or protection to the home. Security doors and security window screens usually come with a wide variety of mesh choices, so you can opt for what works for your needs in particular, to keep your home safe and secure but comfortable for occupants as well.
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  • A Few Tips for Choosing a Wood Heater for Your Home

    If you love the look of a built-in fireplace, but don't have the room or the budget to have one installed in your home, you might opt for a wood heater instead. A wood heater, or wood-burning stove, is a stand-alone unit that only needs construction for a vent that goes through an exterior wall. These heaters come in a wide range of sizes and styles, so you can find one that fits a small bedroom, or one that is perfectly proportionate for a large living and dining space.
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  • 7 Tips to Improve Your Home's Security

    Did you know that household burglary is among the most prevalent crimes in Australia? As a homeowner, you must be concerned about the best measures you can take to secure your home. The following tips will show you how you can safeguard your house, making it the haven it should be. Security Doors Your front door is the first line of defence in your home. Most burglars target houses that seem easy to break in.
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