Greater Security With Composite Doors

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Thanks to the new technology used in the building of composite doors, you can now feel more secure in your home than ever before. Composite doors are made from GRP compression molded skins with a polyurethane thermally insulated core. So besides these materials enabling the consumer to acquire a wide choice of varying colors and designs, the unique combination of materials used in the construction importantly provides an unbeatable strength compared with many other doors available in today's market.

The manufacturers go to extreme lengths to test the strength of the doors when construction is complete. Some of these include the testing of entry via credit cards and other tools used in similar methods of illegal entry. Then, amazingly, they are also tested with an onslaught of crowbars and sledgehammers. But if you think it stops there, you would be wrong. They also swing a 30kg ball into the door in 9 different places, just to make absolutely sure they remain unrivaled in strength!

This is all very well of course, but this would not deter someone from entering, unwelcome into your home, if you or a vulnerable member of your family were to simply open the door to them anyway. But you can feel more relaxed with the comforting knowledge that you have the choice to add a variety of extra safety implements to help you protect yourself and your home. With the significant choice of available extra additions that you can purchase alongside the actual door itself, you can choose just how much security is suitable for your particular needs and circumstances.

The locking mechanism itself is reassuringly secure. The six-pin cylinder lock, which comes as standard, if fitted flush to the door. There are three locking points for extra security too. These are situated at the top and bottom, where the bolts are thrown when you lift the handle. With the third bolt engaging when the key is turned in the lock. Three keys are supplied for your convenience. The lever pad handle is also advantageous; it keeps your door locked from the outside whilst still allowing you to open it from the inside.

The availability of a high quality Composite Doors with spy hole is a very useful addition for many people, giving you the option to decide if you even want to open the door to strangers in the first place. Finally, a strong door chain is also available, which gives enables you to receive and read a security card to check any necessary credentials.

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This article was published on 2010/04/03