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ATDC’s expanding steel trellis doors and barriers offer economical security

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Expanding steel trellis doors and barriers available from The Australian Trellis Door Company are designed to secure most commercial, retail, industrial and domestic environments.  

Invisible by day, the expanding trellis doors provide formidable security at night against break-ins, vandalism and ram-raids while allowing maximum through-vision for in-store display and promotions.  

Expanding trellis doors are ideal for shops on street-fronts and in shopping centres. These doors can be straight, curved or pivoting, and can also come with a shadecloth backing.  

Simon Cant, the proprietor of City Cellars, a boutique bottle store in the heart of the revitalised King Street Wharf Precinct at Sydney’s Darling Harbour is confident that his stock is adequately protected since installing trellis doors.  

While keeping unwelcome elements away from the entrance area to the store at night, his trellis doors also allow passers-by to view his store display, product range and any in-store promotions.  

ATDC’s security doors are increasingly being used by major retail chains, independent retailers, shopping centre operators, commercial tenants, builders, government, architects and designers for product quality as well as customer service.  

The Australian Trellis Door Company also offers a flexible range of mobile trackless barriers that allow business owners to close off openings, which are otherwise difficult to secure. These barrier systems are popular among food and kiosk retailers within shopping centres such as the Bell Air Café at the Met Centre in Sydney.

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