The steel jamb fixes to the timber opening for added strength. The new security door will fix to the steel jamb, the lock will engage with the steel jamb and the steel jamb will fix to the house timber in multiple points. The jamb can also be used to create space between the timber door and the new security door.
Slimline Steel Jamb
The Slimline steel jamb fixes to the timber opening for added strength. Only the 3mm thickness of the jamb can be seen from the street and it can be coloured the same as the door or in a contrasting colour.
Lockside Steel Jamb
This is a 3mm thick strip of steel (zinc plated and powder coated), that fixes to the timber door jamb. It makes it extremely difficult for would-be intruders to force the lock away from the jamb.
We use Lockwood 8654 Security door locks as standard on all of our hinged security doors. All aluminium hinged security doors are fitted with the 8654 Triple lock as standard. The triple lock is not normally fitted to a steel security door, but it is an option for added strength.
Period homes often have no provision for a security door. We specialise in blending the necessary timber additions in with the surrounding entrance area. We will discuss the options with you when we come and measure. Unfortunately we don't do any of the timber painting.
Mortice Lock & Custom Handles
Sometimes a door needs a point of difference, we can add that detail to your steel security door with a mortice lock and custom handles. Generally speaking the custom handles work well with custom doors and ornate doors.
Timber Door Stops
Period homes often have no provision for a security door. We can add timber door stops when needed. Unfortunately we don't do any of the timber painting.
We use fixed pin security hinges on all of our steel security doors, making it extremely difficult to gain access through our doors by tampering with the hinges.
We zinc plate all of our steel doors for optimum rust protection in preparation for powder coating.
This is an economical mesh that allows good air flow. It is not a security grade mesh as it can be pierced or cut. Generally used on security door with added bar protection.
T316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel
This is a strong and hard-wearing mesh that allows good airflow and visibility. Great for allowing feature details like lead light glass to be seen while still offering premium security. Comes only in black.
Standard DVA (Diminished Vision Aluminium)
This is an economical privacy mesh, but it is not a security grade mesh, it can be pierced or cut. Generally used on security doors with additional bar protection. Comes in a variety of colours.
VisionGuard (Security Grade Limited Vision Mesh)
This is an extremely strong privacy mesh that is prefect for entrance doors where privacy is important. The trade-off is reduced air flow compared to other security grade meshes. Now comes in White, Primrose, Paperbark, Woodland Grey, Monument and Black.
Perforated Hardened Aluminium
A strong and hard wearing security grade mesh that looks great on contemporary doors. Now comes in White, Primrose, Paperbark, Woodland Grey, Monument and Black.