There are all sorts of security doors on the market. Most people have heard of bulletproof (a.k.a ballistic) doors, but lesser-known types of security doors include fire doors, forced entry-resistant doors, blast-resistant doors, and others.
In order to be Forced Entry and Ballistic Resistant (FE/BR) certified, doors have to pass a grueling series of tests performed to the US State Department Forced Entry standard (SD-STD-01.01 Rev. G). This is the
Multi-point locks are pretty self-explanatory: they bolt the door at multiple points. Typically, entry doors on a home will have a 1-inch deadbolt but this isn’t enough to keep a door secure against a basic
The majority of our clients call us because they share one big concern: keeping their families safe. Most aren’t motivated to install security doors to protect their fine art or jewelry collection – that’s all insured.
“Do they come in green? Is this bulletproof? Can you match my existing doors?” We get questions like this every day. Our answer is always “Yes, everything is custom.” The design, size, color, and security
We’ve talked a lot about the concept of opportunistic crime on this blog. This refers to break-ins and robberies that take place because the target is unprotected, low-hanging fruit. They’re mostly random crime that occurs