Living in Prescott is like living in paradise, isn’t it? We may not have the luxurious white sand beaches or the crashing waves of the ocean, but our community is safer, and the air is fresher here in the mile-high city. In fact, the American Lung Association ranked Prescott No. 1 for cleanest air in the country in 2015, and our crime rate is 53.91 percent lower than the national crime average, according to homefacts.com. This is something worth bragging about.
As our temperatures begin to warm up, we can’t help but dream about the intoxicating smell of monsoon rains. You open every window in your home to breathe in the fresh, clean air in anticipation of Mother Nature’s light show. However, you realize there aren’t enough windows to create your desired airflow, and it’s a hassle to open all of them. Of course where there is a monsoon there are bursts of torrential downpour. The last thing you want to do is clean up wet window sills or leave the windows open all night.
The best way to enjoy the clean, fresh air is by opening the front and back doors to create the perfect airflow pathway. But how can you do that when you’ve got curious children and pets?
The last thing you want is dear Fido or the little ones running out an open door. And let’s face it – our warm, beautiful weather year-round doesn’t just attract tourists from all over. Scorpions, tarantulas, snakes and other creatures are lurking outside your home, waiting for the next opportunity to move in. Unless you welcome the creepy crawlies with open arms, you definitely don’t want to open your doors.
Many turn to cheap, standard screen doors to allow airflow through but aren’t satisfied with the poor security and overall quality they offer. The poor construction, cheap appearance and flimsy screen make it less than the ideal choice as the barrier between the front door and outdoors. Or, others purchase heavy security doors hoping to get extra security but end up disappointed with the quality of airflow, lack of visibility and open gaps that invite in creepy crawlies.
This is exactly why Rob Hudson decided to start up Prestige Security Doors. He wanted to create doors that not only offered impeccable airflow, but deliver the security of a barred door, without feeling you’re a prisoner of your own house. The Guardian Door is boasted as the “world’s strongest screen door,” and when you see the live demonstrations that put this to the test, it’s easy to see why.
“During our cool summer nights, it’s nice to be able to let the cool air in, without worrying about anything or anyone getting in,” Hudson said. “My family leaves the doors open all night, and we close them in the morning to trap the cold air in throughout the day. It’s secure; it keeps the unwanted guests out and keeps the little ones in.”
He’s so confident about his doors that he offers a lifetime warranty. Everything from the door itself right down to the hinges are covered.
“If a customer calls with squeaky hinges, we’ll send someone out to look at it and fix it,” he said with a chuckle. His commitment to his customers, love for Prescott, and the level of passion he exudes for his products make him the go-to guy for the highest quality screen doors around.
This summer, are you going to open your doors to breathe in the fresh air? Or will you be forced to open windows or spray air freshener?
About Prestige Security Doors
Prestige Security Doors is a local manufacturer in Prescott specializing in custom security screen doors and iron gates. For more information about Prestige, visit prestigesecuritydoors.com or call 928-756-8128.