The safety and security of your home or business relies heavily on the type of front door you install. Whether you want a single door to improve security or a second door to close over your regular front door, you can find what you’re looking for from Quality Window & Door.
Our non-proprietary supply of security doors lets us focus on educating you about your options, not pressuring you into making a purchase you might regret later. We take pride in our customer service and educational sales approach.
If you have any questions about security doors or want an installation quote, please call our office at 1-800-370-8751.
The purpose of a security door is to prevent unauthorized access to a home or business. You can find several varieties of security doors today and the most common options include:
The doors themselves are heavy-duty and often feature additional devices to increase security, including deadbolts, bars, door chains, and alarms. Hinge screws are also useful to prevent an intruder from pushing the door in, even after they remove the hinge screws. You can even install a security door with the hinges hidden from view for additional safety.
Security doors are traditionally installed at the front entrance of a home or business, but they can also provide additional security for individual areas within the building, including basements, escape routes, vaults, and panic rooms.
If a security door sounds like something your home or business could benefit from, count on Quality Window & Door to deliver great products and professional installation. The more you learn about us, the more you’ll realize that we’re the best source for durable, effective security doors. Call our office at 1-800-370-8751 for a free quote or visit one of our local showrooms in Maryland or Virginia to see our security doors in action.
Security doors are strong entry doors that help prevent intruders from breaking into a home or business. They may be made from stronger materials, like steel, that is difficult to break, or they may have features like hinge screws that protect against a door from opening with the screws or bolts removed. Security doors work for businesses and homes that need added protection.
Yes, security screen doors are specialty screen doors that have sliding tempered glass. This glass is nearly impossible to break but provides the option to open the door and allow fresh air inside your home.
No, solid security doors do not detract from the look of your home. They can have side fixings that look like a regular fiberglass or wood door, so they look no different than a regular entry door while adding the important security you need. Security doors can even have wrought iron looks to them if you opt for an openwork steel security door.
Some insurance companies will offer discounts for homes that upgrade stand doors to solid security doors. The amount of the discount varies depending on the company, and not all companies offer these discounts, but you may be able to save some money on insurance premiums by upgrading your door. Make sure it has a deadbolt to increase your savings even more.
No, all doors can be breached with the right tools, but most thieves are looking for a quick grab-and-run type crime. Installing a security door will deter most thieves, protecting your home and its contents.
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