Fly Screen Protection

Any business that is involved in Food, whether in the preparation or just simply the sale of the final product, has to comply with The Food Safety (General Hygiene) Regulations 1985.

This means windows and other openings which can be opened to the outside environment must, where necessary, be fitted with fly/insect proof screens which can be easily removed for cleaning. Where open windows would result in contamination of foodstuffs, windows must remain closed and fixed during production.

At Frontrow we can supply and fit of a range of quality flyscreen windows and doors to suit every circumstance and prevent insects entering your premises.

Fly Screen Doors

Our door systems have been specifically designed to cater for a number of industries. Whether it’s for the domestic or small industrial premises or locations where frequent heavy use is a normal activity, we have the door to suit.

They can all be fitted over wooden, PVCu and metal doors. A sub-frame is sometimes required to avoid the flyscreen fouling the existing door handles. The screen doors are purpose built from strong excluded aluminium sections and can include a strong decorative and protective grille to stop the insect mesh from being damaged

All doors are powder coated and are available in brown or white

Chain Curtains, Mesh Curtains and PVC Strip Curtains

We offer a number of alternative solutions for door openings. Our door chain curtains are ideal for front or rear openings and are the cheapest option. Available in a number of different colours, individual chain lengths hang down from a top track.

Mesh curtains, likewise, are a very cost effective way to screen a door opening.

Our PVC/Plastic strip curtains ensure clear visibility in and out of your work area. As well as preventing insects entering the premises, they offer the most economical solution to protect employees and products from adverse environmental conditions such as noise, heat, cold, humidity, dusts and draughts.

Fly Screen Windows

We have a wide range of window and fly screens that include sliding and hinged systems. They can be fitted over many different types of windows and openings to protect against flies, bees, wasps, midges and many other flying insects.

Our screens have mitred corners and a flat smooth face that makes them unobtrusive and easy to clean. A variety of mesh materials and weave sizes can be fitted to suit individual requirements and all window and fly screens are powder coated and are available in white or brown.

Disinfectant and cleaning of bird waste

Bird droppings from pigeons, gulls and sparrows can result in permanent damage to the structure of your building or equipment if it is not dealt with correctly. Areas such as roofs, balconies, machinery, ventilation systems, and lofts provide birds with sheltered spots that are ideal for roosting and nesting. The birds then leave their bodily waste in the building or area it has chosen to nest in.

Bird Faeces is very acidic, this can lead to corrosion of the surfaces it is present on, especially tar-based roofing materials, and paint finishes.

Ventilation systems are also vulnerable to damage from bird droppings as the ducts can become clogged which can result in expensive repairs.

Birds also introduce parasites, fleas and ticks into the environment around their nesting areas. This combined with the unpleasant odours that droppings from birds create presents a risk to human health.

The odour and contaminants can quickly be spread around the building through the ventilation system and inhaling the bacteria and funguses in bird faeces can compromise your immune system causing diseases, including: Cryptococcsis, Histoplasmosis and Psittacosis.

The safe removal of bird waste is not only vital to improve the aesthetic appearance of the building or surface it is present on, it also ensures human health issues are eliminated and the life of the surface is prolonged.

Frontrow Specialist Hygiene’s technicians are fully trained in the removal, cleaning and sanitisation of areas that have been affected by bird droppings and ensure the procedure is performed in an efficient and safe manner.

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