5 years ago
You’re putting so much at risk by neglecting to pay enough attention to your front and rear doors. Over time, traditional doors have a tendency to weaken and become easily breakable, particularly true of authentic timber doors. They’re also unlikely to have the secure features you get with a contemporary replacement.
How gutted would you be if you came home to find that someone had managed to force your door open and swiped many of your belongings, some of which may be sentimental? Extremely gutted we’d imagine!
The likelihood of that happening would be much lower if you first of all checked for any deficiencies in your current doors, and if required, invested in some brand new composite doors from Essex Composite Door Shop.
Security is always upmost in our thoughts when developing our extensive range of composite doors. For starters, have you ever tried to force a composite door open when it’s locked? It is immensely difficult to do as several resilient materials are utilised to create composite doors including UPVC and wood, making the door frame supremely tough.
We put that strength to the test by subjecting all of the composite doors we supply to full security testing to ensure that they meet PAS024.
You need a door that you can trust to keep the inside of your home out of harm’s way over a very long period, and we give you it.
Our Secure Guarantee lasts for 10 years. If during that time the Door Stop ERA lock on the door is broken by an intruder, we will both replace the door for FREE and give you £500. Hopefully this will give you added confidence about leaving your house empty or being able to enjoy a goodnight’s sleep without any unwanted visitors spoiling it.
To read more about the cylinders and locks we use in our amazingly secure composite doors, click here.
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