Tasmanian Screendoor Company

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About Us

All our screen doors are produced to the highest standard, featuring:

  Select, kiln-dried Tasmanian Oak, 22mm thick, carefully matched for colour and grain. 
  Weatherproof aliphatic resin glue, & doweled joints used throughout. 
  Available bare, painted, or stained and varnished to any colour required.  
  Heavy duty, "Tuffscreen" mesh fitted. This is a woven aluminium wire mesh, highly resistant to damage from pets or children. 
  Made to any size, and to suit single or french doors. 


We began making our range of wooden screen doors in 1992, and we've been at it ever since. Our doors can now be seen on homes of all descriptions all around Tasmania.
We use Tasmanian Oak, a beautiful straight-grained knot and gum free timber, excellent for staining or painting. We can stain and varnish, or paint to match any colour scheme required.
We fully guarantee our screen doors, and it must say something for the quality of our materials and workmanship that we have never had to honour our guarantee in 15 years!
There are very few things that will so improve the comfort and appearance of your home as an original timber screen door.

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Measurement and installation service Devonport to Launceston and all surrounding areas.


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