“Tight Technology” Fly Screens

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For people who want to open their bi folding doors and screen out insects, Bradworthy Bi-Folds recommends the Centor P/L fly screen system, that retracts into the bifold doorjamb instead of something tacked on as an afterthought.

Load Balancing Technology allows for the effortless fingertip control when opening or closing your fly wire door. There is no cord spring-loading to fight against, no cumbersome latches or locks just a simple magnetic catch.

Load Balancing also means far greater mesh tension across the screen, eliminating any tendency for sag, while Tight Technology manufacturing techniques ensure control of the horizontal edges of the screen so they remain straight and tight across the widest spans. A shock absorption system allows visitors fooled by the screen’s unobtrusiveness and near invisibility to walk away with no more than a surprise-and no system damage.

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One more happy client below to add to our long list over the years –

Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 6:33 AM
To: info@bifolddoor.com.au
Subject: Re: Bradworthy bi folds quote number 346

The doors are fabulous.  a work of art and even better than we imagined.  Glad we got the flyscreen

Thanks for the stain. for future reference what’s the stain colour for recoating in the future

Great job and superb service

Thanks heaps

Glen and robyn

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On Wed, 19 Dec 2018 at 7:44 am, <info@bifolddoor.com.au> wrote:

Hi Glen and Robyn, glad you like them, your job did come up nice.

The colour is walnut but that is for the HLS wood preserver used on the sill (only needed if you scratch them) , the rest is on the paint schedule . Just give them a spray with WD40 top track and h/ware every now and then.  if the sun does not hit them you will be fine after you apply the last two coats. Could I use your last email as reference material on our web page?

One last thing because you have a pet dog make sure you vacuumme the bot fly track as small animal hairs build up in the side rollers over time (5/6 years) and may  jamb the roller.

Thanks again

Regards Neill.

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