UPVC Door Security

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UPVC door security is one of the big appeals to changing your front or back door.  These types of doors have a far higher level of security than a standard wooden door and this means your whole house is safer.

Most uPVC doors will feature 5 lever mortice deadlocks on them.  These are incredibly strong and will be extremely hard to break into.  Many UPVC door security systems now come with anti-snap locks as well which are equally secure, but offer more flexibility when locking the door. Having a good UPVC door lock is very important if you want your home to stay safe from burglars or thieves!

In addition, good quality doors will often have a steel core beneath the UPVC.  This means that it is much harder to break through the door and the UPVC outer layer of the door just provides an added level of protection.  But with the outer UPVC finish, the door still looks smart and attractive on the house, hiding that tough inner core.

Many UPVC doors also have a good frame with them which is another thing that makes them so secure.  This can be made out of steel or aluminium, but either way, it will be very hard to break through these types of frames unless burglars use noisy tools.

There are plenty of UPVC door security systems out there, so if you feel your front or back door is not secure enough then why not get in touch with the experts today!


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