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Peace of mind and saving energy while working from home.

If you are one of the many Southern CA residents now working from home, you are most likely taking advantage of the fantastic weather here by leaving doors and windows open. Its why we live here, right. Leaving those doors and window open can save on utilities, and enjoying the fresh air creates a better sense of well being.

The downside to this is the potential vulnerability to crime. Standard window and door screens are easy to cut or pry open and do not offer much UV or radiant heat loss/gain protection.

Let’s say your office is in the back of your house or upstairs. It can be a bit unnerving to leave your front, back door, or windows open while not being able to keep an eye out for a potential intruder. Say you are on a conference call or creating another mind-bending spread sheet, you are not going to want the distractions of wondering if someone is at your door, or even worse, has quietly entered your home.

One great solution is to install stainless steel security window and door screens. These new screens look great, offer fantastic security, keep the bugs out, and even cut down the radiant heat entering your home. They look very similar to a regular fly screen but offer so much more! You gain peace of mind, while at the same time cut down on your utilities. With this new stainless-steel mesh technology, you maintain a feeling of open space and unhindered view. These screens reduce radiant heat by 53% and filter 62% of UV radiation.

For 10 years now Progressive Security Screens has been offering this peace of mind to thousands of homeowners, businesses, government institutions, and schools. Please feel free to contact us for a free product showing and estimate.

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