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Welcome To the Seconline Blog

The Seconline Blog is a helpful space allowing us as a business to let you know what is happening with our business, helpful tips and information as well as important knowledge about our products.
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One of the most frequent questions put to the support desk at Seconline is regarding the fixing of security window screens. Fundamentally there are two basic ways to fit security safety screens to a window and they are to face fix or recess fixing.

 

In most cases it is possible to face fix security window screens and fly screens. If you face...

Bushfire Prevention

Posted On 29 Jun 2016

Bushfire Prevention.

 

Australia is a large and extremely diverse country with many different forests types; its low population to high land mass ratio with areas of rugged terrain offers little or no accessibility for the prevention of bushfires, or to gain quick access for the elimination of small start-up fires that can be caused by lightning ...

Custom Made Fly Screens Online

Posted On 06 Apr 2016

Australia is a continent surrounded by water and home to a prolific range of insects; from the harmless to the not so harmless including Australia’s many varieties of mosquitoes that are responsible for the transfer of many undesirable diseases and afflictions. As Australians we see it is our birth right to enjoy the fresh air and warm summer...

Securing your home

Posted On 11 Feb 2016

There are many different variations in the designs of Australian homes; some of us live in free-standing homes on a block of land, while others may live in high-rise units, town-houses or semi-detached style houses as well as many other options. One thing all of these will have in common is the need in some shape or form for security or insect...

Zika Virus

Posted On 08 Feb 2016

A frightening phenomenon that is encompassing the world as we speak is a virus known as the Zika virus. The Zika virus is spread to people through being susceptible to mosquito bites. The most common symptoms of Zika virus disease are fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes). The illness is usually mild with symptoms lasting from...


Over the years Seconline have tried to be proactive with new information in regard to protecting our customers’ homes and possessions and have written many blogs to give some general tips to assist. As time moves on and technology improves there are certain improvements that can perhaps assist in adding protection to your home security. Burglaries ...

Seconline Range

Posted On 22 Sep 2015

The range of products available at Seconline is as big as our customers’ imagination. At Seconline we pride ourselves on super-fast turnaround with custom-made products to our customers’ exact specification delivered directly to their chosen address. Great care and great precision is taken at every step in the production process as well as the...

Australian Bush Flies

Posted On 02 Sep 2015

We have all heard of the Aussie salute. This is an expression that has been born from the necessity to use our hands to remove flies from our face. The most common fly in Australia is the Australian bush fly. That is its common name; however, its proper name is Musca Vetustissima. This pesky little Australian icon has been around for thousands of...

Fresh Air

Posted On 02 Sep 2015

Urbanised Australians are spending more and more time inside where their fresh air is circulated by huge air-conditioning machines; this is also happening in our homes and as a consequence we are spending less time in the fresh air and using greater amounts of stale, recycled air. Our bodies are designed to have many things and fresh air is one of ...

Australian Snakes

Posted On 02 Sep 2015

Worldwide there are over 2500 species of snakes absolutely identified. Australia has 32 sea snakes and 110 recognised land snakes. It may seem as though we are fortunate in the low amount of different types of snakes; however, Australia has more venomous snakes than non-venomous snakes and we are the only country in the world that can boast this...