One-Way Mesh Security Door in Fawkner

Flyscreens for Windows and Doors

Custom-made. Precision fitted. 

Flyscreens Melbourne

We specialised in all types of Flyscreens, Flyscreen doors, Security Windows and Security Door.  

Black frame Fly screens on a window in Melbourne

Flyscreens for Windows

Suitable for all types of windows to help keep insects and pesky bugs out.

Fly screens on a sliding door in Melbourne

Flyscreen for Doors

For Hinged or Sliding Doors.

Top Spot Blinds Services

Security Windows

If you prefer more security than a standard flyscreen, Top Spot Blinds has a range of security screens and grilles available.

One-Way Mesh Security Door in Fawkner

Security Doors

For Hinged or Sliding Doors ideal for added security. Different grades of Security Mesh available.

Are your Flyscreen looking tired, torn or bent?

Overtime, your flyscreens may need some attention and either need remeshing or need to be completely replaced.  

We offer a flyscreen repair service.  Contact our friendly team today.  We can match most colourbond colours, and custom build them to fit your windows and doors perfectly.

Flyscreen Mesh Options

Here are the different types of mesh you can use on windows and security doors.

  • More durable than Aluminium mesh and bush fire rated (AS3959 up to BAL29)
  • Corrosion resistant mesh
  • 0.18mm wire diameter

Ideal screening solution for frequent use applications including windows, doors, porches gazebos and screen rooms. 

  • More durable than fibreglass mesh and bush fire rated (AS3959 up to BAL29)
  •  High quality aluminium

• Fibreglass mesh with added coating making it 20 times more durable than your standard fibreglass mesh

This is a tough, robust mesh.

  • More durable than Aluminium mesh and bush fire rated (AS3959 up to BAL29)
  •  Corrosion resistant mesh
  •  0.18mm wire diameter

Highly durable and corrosion resistant
Modern look

• Downward facing holes allows you to see out without anyone looking in.
• DVA = Diminished Vision Aluminium

Ask Us anything. Anytime.

Our team of specialists can help you decide on best type of security doors, grilles and screens that best suits the style of your property and budget.  

Call us on (03) 9357 6727
Email us: info@topspotblinds.com.au

Simply use this easy to use online form

Frequently Asked Questions.

The term flyscreen essentially means material that’s designed to cover an opening of an open window or door. The primary purpose of a fly screen is to keep insects, dirt, leaves, debris,  and pests from entering your home when a window or door is open.

Some customers assume that all fly screens are similar to each other in terms of materials and construction. However, this is not true. There are many different types of screens and mesh available.  Each with different levels of durability, strength and application.

Security screen

Unlike a standard fly screen (made from fibreglass mesh), a Security screen also known as a safety screens are usually made from high quality stainless steel mesh primarily engineered to prevent forced entry or break-ins and provide added security to a home.

Yes, we do! We can provide pet doors with your new security doors, or retrofit pet doors to your existing security screens. 

Please note we do not fit pet doors to flyscreen doors.

Yes, We come to you.  After a short phone consultation (Tel 9357 6727)  we’ll arrange a free measure with one of our friendly team members.  

All our security doors and screens are custom made and manufactured in Melbourne.  

BAL rating stands for Bushfire Attack Level. 

Glass openings to your house, including windows and glass doors, can break during a bushfire from flying debris and heat. Thicker, toughened glass should be used along with frames made from materials that match the criteria of the BAL rating.

You will probably already know if you live in an at risk for Bushfires area or region, however if unsure contact your local council.

BAL RatingRiskRequirement
BAL LowVery Low RiskHas no special requirements for screening windows and doors. Any product and mesh can be used. Fibreglass is the most commonly used product though.
BAL 12.5Low RiskHas an option for screening windows and doors (other than sliding) using steel, bronze or aluminium mesh with an aperture maximum of 2mm and fitting gaps no greater than 3mm in diameter. Sliding doors are not required to be screened but if they are they should comply the same as other screens in the house.  Aluminium mesh is the most common  product used for this rating.
BAL 19Moderate RiskHas an option for screening windows and doors using steel, bronze or aluminium mesh with an aperture maximum of 2mm and fitting gaps not greater than 3mm in diameter. Aluminium mesh is the most common  product used for this rating.
BAL 29High RiskSame as above (BAL 19). Aluminium mesh is the most common  product used for this rating.
BAL 40Very High RiskHas an option for screening windows and doors using steel or bronze mesh with an aperture maximum of 2mm and fitting gaps of no greater than 3mm in diameter.
BAL FZExtreme RiskHas an option for screening windows and doors using steel or bronze mesh with an aperture maximum of 2mm and fitting gaps of no greater than 3mm in diameter.

Tight-fitting roller shutters can also be implemented to protect windows during bushfires. 

For more information visit Victorian Building Authority page.  

Yes.  We have a range of products suitable for up to BAL-40 regions. BAL rating stands for Bushfire Attack Level. 

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