sempak. Door. May 20th , 2017.
Security Doors in the Workplace - Wood or Steel Security Doors? For any business considering an investment in high security doors and are unsure whether to opt for wood or steel doors the following real life story will help make that decision;
First, let's look at what they are. Unlike a regular wood or standard UPVC door, composite doors are formed from several materials. The inner section is usually foam for insulation, while for the outer skin you can choose from aluminum-steel, UPVC, or glass reinforced plastic (GRP). The latter material is very popular nowadays owing to its many intriguing properties that make it perfect for use in doors.
If you're concerned about the safety of your home, you'll be pleased to know that high security is another benefit of composite doors. Not only does their strength make them almost impregnable against break ins, these doors are also available with special locks. While looking like standard door locks, the inside comprises high-tech cylinder-free locks. These locks cannot be manipulated or plug extracted which results in exceptional security and protection against break ins.
Let's run through the many advantages of composite doors. These doors are made from glass and aluminum in combination with other materials. Composite doors are more durable than their wooden counterparts. Even doors made from the best possible wood are not termite resistant and tend to wear off with every passing year. Their polish and gloss seems to loose any shine. Over exposure to water tends to rot wooden doors. Once they wear off the only option is to replace them, which is again a costly affair. On the other hand the composite doors are not only durable and strong buy also retain their beauty and strength.
Statistics reflect that more than 70% of burglars focus on a building's door to gain entry. Unlike steel doors if a wooden door can be broken the locks are useless, no matter how high quality the locks may be.
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