It’s that time of year again; the leaves are falling, there’s a chill in the air and many of us are counting down the days until the Christmas holidays begin! With Halloween just around the corner, October also celebrates National Home Security Month. Raising awareness around the importance of home security, did you know…
Composite doors are the most secure doors on the market, with insulating cores that assist them in withstanding the strongest of forces, while still exhibiting breathtaking aesthetics.
Composite doors are one of the strongest door systems around, thanks to their unique fusion of durable materials. At DW Windows, we offer 3 high-quality composite door collections that boast the following security benefits:
Apeer 70: 70mm high-density polyurethane foam, extra insulating double rebate, GRP inner frame, anti-tamper triple glazed units, double steel hinge bolts, multi-point locking, anti-pick, anti-snap cylinders, Secured by Design and PAS 24 certification.
Apeer 44: 44mm high-density polyurethane foam, double glazed Q Seal warm edge Super Spacer system, multi-point locking, anti-pick, anti-snap cylinders and Secured By Design and PAS 24 certification.
GRP outer skin, rigid foam infill panel, uPVC inserts and edge banding, the latest five-point anti-bump cylinder locking system, three-way adjustable hinges, stainless steel hardware with a 25-year guarantee, £1,000 money-back security guarantee and Secured By Design and BM Trada Q-Mark available.
Reinforced inner and outer frame, steel hooks and keeps, S-Glazing (provides greater resistance to glass removal), 3-star diamond cylinders, deadbolts, steel security mesh, three-way adjustable hinges, a tough 3mm uPVC door skin that resists cutting and impacts and Secured By Design and PAS 24 certification.
Composite doors are manufactured by fusing together multiple materials under high-pressure conditions. This process is one of the main reasons why they are so durable and difficult to break into. The material, reinforced by an insulating core, is exceptionally difficult to break down. Meanwhile, multi-point locking systems also help to prevent intruders from gaining access to your home.
Both come with the latest security features to ensure maximum safety for your West Midlands home. However, the components that make up composite doors make is a fundamentally sturdier door than one made from uPVC.
Composite doors are also stronger than timber doors and able to withstand even extreme levels of force. Whether you live in Stourbridge, Halesowen, Kingswinford, or anywhere in the West Midlands, a composite door is sure to keep your home safe.
GRP stands for Glass Reinforced Plastic, which is also known as fibreglass. Offering more strength than steel, this lightweight construction material actively resists corrosion and warping or bowing; an issue that can arise with old or inferior uPVC doors. Used to construct boats, cars, pipes ad roofing, it’s not difficult to understand why it makes such a great door material.
The Rockdoor composite door is slightly different from the others, as it utilises steel security mesh and uPVC. Made from a galvanised steel sheet, the inclusion of steel security mesh makes the robust door sash 4 times stronger.
We currently have an exciting offer on any standard composite door for just £1,045.00 inc. VAT which includes white recessed GRP and a 10-year insurance backed guarantee – all fully fitted subject to site survey.
We also have some fantastic finance options available, where you can pay monthly or buy now, pay later.
Our composite doors are around 60% stronger than standard composite doors, thanks to their high-density cores. For more information on how a composite door can transform your home, give us a call on 0800 9990 909 or contact us online.
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