Everyone will need flyscreen repairs at some point. While proper flyscreen maintenance can extend the life of your screens, constant exposure to the elements (as well as playful kids & frisky pets) can wear them down over the years. But how do you make sure your flyscreen repairs are truly well done? Allow us to let you in on the secrets behind the quality flyscreen repairs offered at EHi.
You can save money on your flyscreen repairs.
Just drop the screens you need to have repaired at our Riverstone or Richmond offices to save time & money.
You don’t have to pay for our flyscreen repairs service.
That’s right, we don’t charge a service fee. You’ll only have to pay for the cost of the repairs or the replacements, themselves. If you’d like to explore your options before having your flyscreen repairs done, we can measure your screens for free & give you a free quote.
You can change the colour of your flyscreens.
What if you’d like not only flyscreen repairs but a flyscreen makeover to go with your new interiors or renovations? Just bring them over so we can measure them & customise new ones for you in the colour scheme you want.
You can even change the mesh in your flyscreens.
If you’d like stronger, longer lasting mesh to lessen the frequency of your repairs, or Luna just can’t keep her claws off your flyscreens, you can also change the mesh itself.
The superior quality of the mesh types we use in our flyscreen repairs is an open secret: our stainless steel mesh is marine grade resistant to corrosion, perfect for bushfire-prone areas & conforms to Australian Standards AS 3959-2009.
You can also choose Pet Mesh™ made from a thicker & more flexible fibreglass which is specially designed to resist climbing, scratching & tearing. You might also switch to wire mesh which is also resistant to damage caused by pets as well as bushfire.
We also offer fibreglass mesh as a more cost-effective option which does not rust or rot & provides excellent visibility. On the other end of the spectrum is our luxury mesh made using Japanese nanotechnology. Though almost invisible, this mesh provides higher-grade protection against even smaller insects such as sand flies & midges while allowing maximum air flow.
The best time for flyscreen repairs is just before summer.
Flies, mosquitoes & other pests multiply during warm months, making it essential for homeowners to inspect their flyscreens before summer starts or toward the end of November. Apart from holes, tears or rust spots in the mesh, check the frames for dents & whether there are any gaps or loose-fitting areas between the mesh & the frame.
Your flyscreen repairs will be done by highly trained & experienced professionals.
At EHi, we provide quality, hands-on training conducted by qualified experts, as we are proud to offer the Certificate III in BASS-G™ for Blinds, Awnings, Security Screens & Grilles. Elite Security Screens & Doors (ESSD) is also our sister company.
We never throw away flyscreen frames.
As part of our commitment to the environment, we make sure that old frames which have been replaced during our flyscreen repairs do not end up in a landfill but are recycled responsibly. Aluminium in frames is 100 per cent recyclable & can be recycled infinitely while still retaining its properties of durability, flexibility, impermeability, light weight & corrosion resistance.
Drop your flyscreens with us for repairs today, or visit our flyscreen repairs page to learn more or to get a free quote online.
EHi supplies & installs flyscreens, along with a wide range of home improvement products: Blinds, awnings, security screens, shutters, & grilles. These products form the focus of our government – backed apprenticeship, which we’ve recently named the Cert iii in BASS G™.