There’s nothing better than opening up your home to enjoy a beautiful breeze on those long, warm summer evenings. However, if you’re lucky enough to have bi-fold or sliding doors that seamlessly connect your home with the outdoors, you’ll know that insects can quickly ruin this serene scene. With Pillar ‘LinkScreen’ Modular Pleated Flyscreen Doors, you’ll be able to let the fresh air in, while keeping bugs out.
Pillar ‘LinkScreen’ Modular Pleated Flyscreen Doors are easy to install yourself: just follow nine simple steps using everyday household tools. What’s more, they can be tailored to suit sliding doors, and can also be installed as a recess mount inside the door frame, or as a face mount sitting outside the frame.
Each flyscreen door is 100cm wide by 204cm high and is adjustable. Plus, they can be linked together to cover large openings, which means they suit most bi-folds. Up to six doors can be connected, covering six metres. Headrail and bottom track extensions are also available (sold separately).
The doors’ modern, minimalist design means they will suit any style of house. Black aluminium frames are timeless, so there’s no need to worry about an overpowering or dated look. Plus, the barely-there style means your backyard and garden can take centre stage while your interiors stay bug-free.
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Some products are not available at all Bunnings stores, but may be ordered.
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