We Are The Top Home Security Door & Security Screen Door Installation Contractor in Phoenix & Gilbert, Arizona!
The Right Security Door For Your Home: Welcome to JLC Enterprises Home Security Doors in Phoenix, AZ – your first line for security in Phoenix or Gilbert. We are Phoenix’s premier custom manufacturer of residential iron entry doors, steel home security doors, and steel security screen doors. We also install metal security doors & gates, window guards, sun screens and steel entry way enclosures. Our highly skilled security door contractors have been manufacturing custom steel security screen doors in Phoenix & Gilbert, AZ for over 30 years. We offer a range of semi-custom to fully custom security door and gate installations.
The Right Fit For The Right Price
We provide some of the highest quality selections of all steel home security screen doors. We are also able to customize our doors/products to suit your home’s needs. Every security door and gate is measured and built to fit your home perfectly and is fabricated from heavy 16 gauge steel and mounted in a solid steel frame for a lifetime of beauty and security. Our residential security door pricing includes oversized doors at no extra cost to the homeowner.
Competitive Pricing on Every Project
We offer competitive security door pricing, so if you already received a quote from another home security door contractor, let us know! We may be able match or even beat their price! So, don’t just settle for lesser quality substitutes, instead put a steel security shield between the ones you love the most and the ones you don’t.
Knowledgeable and Experienced
Our sales team is knowledgeable about security doors and are well versed in taking accurate measurements and completing projects on time, every time… Your home’s security is important to us! Also, we do not subcontract out any of our work. All of our home security doors are custom manufactured and installed by JLC Enterprises. We are your one stop shop for home security doors. We also hold all of the required licenses, insurances, and workman’s comp to ensure that the home owner is 100% protected from damages to the property etc…
Valley Wide Service in Arizona
We proudly offer Door Replacement and Installation Services in Phoenix, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Queen Creek, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Ahwatukee, & Sun Lakes. Contact us today for a free quote.
SECURITY SCREEN DOOR FAQ’S
Considering installing a security door or security screen door at your home? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about security doors in Phoenix.
Whats the best type of metal for a strong security door?
The best home security doors for homes in Phoenix are made of genuine steel, metal alloy, or aluminum. Aluminum and metal alloy doors need to be thicker to have the same strength as steel doors.
Do security screen doors offer protection against scorpions and insects?
Yes, security screen doors can seal out pests with a simple foam application that seals around the security door to keep out unwanted pests. The foam should be reapplied 1 time per year to create a lasting seal.
Does the way the security door installed matter?
Yes, flush mounting security screen doors is the best method because it creates a better seal so there is no gap around the opening of the door. Tube frame mounting makes the door stick out about an inch and a fourth from the opening on the door. This is due to the door being mounted on the trim instead of the opening.
Are there any additional features I should add on to my security screen door?
Mitered Door Corners: Metered door corners make the top and bottom of the door stronger. Traditional hollow corners that most security doors have allow water to penetrate the door creating rust. Rust creates stains and also will wear out the door faster.
Pneumatic Door Closers: Makes for easier and softer closing of the security door.
Wind Stop Chains: Prevents the door from blowing open too far due to strong wind.
Dual Keys: Ask your security screen door installer about dual keys that work for both keyholes.
Matching keys: Ask your door installer about rekeying the security screen door to match the key for your entry door so you don’t have to use two keys to enter.