Our window safety screens are manufactured from stainless steel screen and extruded aluminum frame to provide ultimate durability and window safety. These window screens are often used by those wishing to increase window child safety and pet safety, while also enjoying reduced window maintenance — in addition to a number of other benefits!
*Exceeds HUD specification requirements for medium-type security screens and meets ASTM F2090 standards for static weight restraint.
- Extra tough against use of kids and pets
- Can not be cut, dented, or punctured
- Can break-proof windows against golf balls
- Can withstand 100 pounds static pressure
- Weather- and hail-resistant
- Insect protection
- 10-year warranty
- Provides good visibility (black color)
- Available with various frame profiles- fixed, hinged, latches or key locks, and more
- Multiple frame and screen color options
12x12, 12x.028”, 16x16 stainless steel mesh
Tensile strength stainless steel alloy
018”, .023” or .028” diameter wire mesh
6063-T extruded aluminum frame
- Tig-welded miter joints reinforce the screen’s frame for the best strength and durability
- Stainless steel mesh is compressed firmly into the jaw of the aluminum frame. (Compare to traditional fiberglass window screens that are secured with a rubber spline.)
Window safety is essential for protecting your family. Our stainless steel screens, also called security screens, can provide you additional peace of mind when you install them in your home, daycare, school, or commercial building.
Have questions? Read answers to frequently asked questions below or call us! We have live screen experts to help you find the products that you need. You can also visit our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
What Is Window Safety?
Fall prevention for children. Young children are at the greatest risk for disability or death-related falls from windows. Traditional fiberglass window screens and similar screens cause children to have a false sense of security. As a result, children lean against screens when windows are open; fiberglass screens and other types of window screens are not designed to withstand this amount of force and will pop out. Simply put, taking measures to prevent a child or pet from falling from a window is window safety.
How Do You Child-Proof A Window?
A window safety screen can be a means to increase window safety in your home if installed as directed by the manufacturer. Like child safety window guards and other baby-proofing products, these stainless steel screens, if installed correctly, can help to reduce the risk of child-related falls, injury, and deaths.