Here is a list of suburbs (around 80) that I can help. If you’re in one of these suburbs, please make contact. Sorry, but I don’t do Southside, Redcliffe or Bayside suburbs. There are other agents who do those, which should be listed on their own web sites.

Inner City

Bowen Hills — Fortitude Valley – Herston – Kelvin Grove – New Farm – Newstead – Paddington – Petrie Terrace – Red Hill – Spring Hill – Teneriffe

Northern Suburbs

Albion – Alderley- Arana Hills –Albany Creek- Ascot – Aspley – – Banyo – Boondall – Bracken Ridge – Bridgeman Downs – Brisbane Airport – Bunya – Chermside – Chermside West – Clayfield – Draper – Dayboro – Eagle Farm – Everton Park – Everton Hills- Fitzgibbon – Gaythorne – Geebung – Gordon Park – Grange – Hamilton – Hendra – Kedron – Keperra – Lutwyche – McDowall – Mitchelton – Myrtletown – Newmarket – Northgate – Nudgee – Nudgee Beach – Nundah – Ocean View – Pinkenba – Samford – Samford valley Stafford – Stafford Heights – Taigum – Virginia – Wavell Heights – Wilston – Windsor – Wooloowin – Zillmere

Western Suburbs

Ashgrove – Auchenflower – Bardon – Brookfield – Camp Mountain – Chapel Hill – Enoggera – Enoggera Reservoir – Ferny Grove –Ferny Hills- Indooroopilly – Kenmore – Kenmore Hills – Milton – Mount Coot-tha – Mount Nebo – Mount Glorious – St Lucia – Taringa – The Gap – Toowong – Upper Brookfield – Upper Kedron

How to calculate the cost of a screen

Our price is $36 per linear metre.

If you measure all four sides of a window, then add them together and multiply by $36, this will give you your price for a screen. So, if your window is a metre square that’s 4 metres. Multiply by $36 to get $144+ $15 installation. So 1 meter square window costs $159 all up installed.

This is for my areas only, which is most of the Northside from Brisbane River and City all the way through to and including Boondall, so if you’re in any of those 80 North West Suburbs listed above, please contact me if you’d like a quote — if this price is within your budget.