What Are The Most Secure Doors?

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What Are The Most Secure Doors?

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What Are The Most Secure Doors?

At Dunraven, we understand the security of your home is important; homeowners want to keep their homes and their loved ones safe at all times. The entrances to your home are the first barrier to accessing your property. Therefore, you want to ensure that this is the most secure door possible. If you are still deciding what doors to choose for the most secure entrance and exits to your home, then continue reading. 

Types Of Doors

At Dunraven, we offer a wide range of door styles used for different purposes; no matter the purpose of your door, security is always a top priority. Whether you are looking for a front door or a back door, the security is unparalleled. Choose from composite doors, uPVC doors or aluminium doors.

Composite Entrance Doors

What are Composite Doors?

Composite Doors are highly durable and solid front doors that combine two materials to gain the benefits of both. Firstly, they feature a solid timber core that makes for an incredibly secure and energy efficient structure. Secondly, the timber core is protected by a GPR outer coating that protects your door from harsh weather conditions and strong forces. The mix of both these materials creates an indestructible barrier to your home that is an excellent deterrent to potential intrusion attempts. Composite doors are some of the most secure front doors. By combining two materials, you are doubling the performance of your door. 

Composite doors are extremely popular with homeowners, and there is a reason why composite doors are so popular: they are able to provide excellent security whilst providing stunning aesthetics; available in a wide range of colours and designs, you can create a seamless addition to your home that doesn’t compromise on security. Composite doors are desirable to homeowners due to their superb security. Ours are Secured By Design approved, which is a police backed scheme, and we provide a ten year manufacturer guarantee, which highlights the trust we have in our security. 

uPVC Back Door

What Are UPVC Doors?

uPVC doors are another popular door style; uPVC is a highly durable material that provides a robust profile and a protective barrier to your home. uPVC is typically the white doors that are common in many homes, to suit your style you can choose from different colours and finishes to make a unique front door based on your style. uPVC doors are a slightly cheaper option whilst still maintaining incredible security and high performance. Our uPVC doors are Secured by Design and PAS 24 approved, which gives you peace of mind that your home and your loved ones are safe and secure at all times. With an 11 point locking system and robust stainless steel hardware, you can ensure that your home is well protected. 

Aluminium Bifold Glazing

What are Aluminium Bifold Doors?

Aluminium is one of the most robust materials on the market; whilst it is a common assumption that aluminium bifold doors are unsecured, this is not true. Aluminium bifolds are highly durable. The large glass panels may be the red flag that a lot of homeowners worry about; however, made from double glazed glass, you have nothing to worry about. Double glazing is incredibly durable and is almost impossible to break. 

Our aluminium bifold doors come with multi point locking systems, which work by securing the door at multiple points to prevent them from being opened at any point. Multi point locking systems are common with many bifold doors, to ensure your home is secure no matter what. Aluminium is also corrosion resistant, which means that it will remain in top condition while providing excellent performance levels for many years to come. Aluminium bifold doors will last you a lifetime whilst continuing to offer stylish aesthetics, making them a worthy investment.  

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Double Glazing

When you integrate double glazing into your doors, you are automatically increasing the security levels. Double glazing consists of two thick glass panes that are separated with air bubbles in between that act as shock absorbers as well as slowing down heat transfer so that you can benefit from high security and excellent energy efficiency. You can feel relaxed and comfortable knowing that you are surrounded by doors that are going to protect you from any force. 

We can integrate double glazing within our composite doors, uPVC doors and aluminium doors for the most secure doors possible.  

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Choosing the right door

When it comes to security, all our doors are excellent choices; as we manufacture our solutions in house, we have total control over the security to ensure that our customers receive nothing but the best. However, overall, when it comes to security, composite doors are generally the best choice for a solid front door. If you are looking for sleek and stylish designs, then our aluminium doors are ideal. Or if you are looking for back doors, then all our sliding, folding or hinge doors are great choices. 

Every home is different, which means that everyone has different requirements. To discuss your needs, contact us for more information by calling us on 0800 975 9222 or emailing us at info@dunravenwindows.com. If you are looking for an estimated price, use our online quoting engine to receive a free bespoke quote based on your specifications. 

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