Prowler Proof’s Heritage doors add character to any home.
Like all other Prowler Proof products Heritage doors are not held together by screws or rivets, but welded. You’ll appreciate the seamless corners and the added strength. Our Heritage doors are made with rust-free cast aluminium panels which are welded on all contact points to a heavy duty aluminium frame. Coupled with Prowler Proof’s 7-stage powder coating finish, the Heritage designs are virtually immune to corrosion and will give you many years of trouble-free use. There is a wide range of designs to choose from…all designs are available in 50 standard colours and more than 250 other colour options. There is sure to be a Heritage design to suit your home.
10 year replacement warranty on ALL products
Heritage provides long last performance...
Prowler Proof Heritage design doors are made with rust-free cast aluminium panels which are welded on all contact points to a heavy duty aluminium frame. The standard insect gauze is high quality, long lasting fibreglass with small openings and great visibility. But you have a wide range of gauze options to choose from – Prowler Proof Heritage design doors can even be delivered with stainless steel gauze for bushfire prone areas.
Bushfire prone zones require that openable windows must be screened with corrosion-resistant steel, bronze or aluminium mesh with an opening of less than 2 mm x 2 mm. The fire attenuation test shows the reduction in radiant heat flux level provided by the screen.Learn more
Whenever two different metals interact there is a risk of corrosion. The tests to show corrosion-resistance are the acetic acid salt spray test and neutral salt spray test.Learn more
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Transformed entrance – Gold Coast
When Ian and Jean Laing renovated their home of 13 years, the entrance was one area they wanted to improve. “Our front veranda was really wasted space without a meaningful purpose,” says Jean. “We wanted to enclose it in a way that would not only add space, but also character to our home.”
January 30, 2015