Security doors are a direct and simple means to keep your home safe. Protecting your family from intruders and ensuring your possessions safe, the need for security doors is plain. However, like any home improvement, homeowners need to educate themselves about what type of security door would best suit their needs. Fortunately, Master Seal has the experience and expertise to walk you through the process. From presenting and explaining the various benefits of different types of security doors to the installation process, Master Seal makes the process clear and hassle-free.
The Need for Security Doors
Because homeowners believe a traditional lock is enough, it’s not uncommon for a home to lack security doors. However, locks can be picked, and standard doors forced open without much difficulty. If for no other reason than peace of mind, it makes sense to explore what Master Seal can offer. Perhaps the most common security doors are steel screen doors. This allows you to open your main door to see and communicate with visitors but remain safe in your home.
Master Seal believes in providing homeowners with the best options. At the same time, we make it a point to remove as much of the burden from homeowners as possible. Not only do we manufacture our security doors, but we also install them with ease. However, you’re in charge of finding the style you want and selecting features. For example, we offer:
- Lever-Style Mortise Deadbolt Lock: An elegant, hourglass-shaped decorative handle and lock with escutcheon plates on either side of the door.
- Deluxe Slimline Deadbolt Lock: This lock and handle appear in the shape of the traditional lock but has a heavy-gauged steel latch preventing tampering.
- Heavy-Duty Mortise Deadbolt Lock: We install each portion of this lock separately on your door. The handle is round, similar to a smaller version of a regular-sized door handle, but the lock consists of a deadbolt with a one-piece steel latch guard preventing tampering. Also, this features a panic proof interior knob.
You can browse these lockset styles alongside the variety of designs we offer in our online gallery. Ultimately, the need for security doors comes down to how comfortable you are in your own home. Making sure your front door, side doors, and back or patio doors are secure is simply sensible.
Benefits of Security Doors
The primary benefit of having Master Seal construct and install a security door to your specifications is that they are difficult to breakthrough. Also, added options include fire rated doors which can prevent a fire from spreading, bulletproof doors are available for added security, and Armormax steel jambs (this feature is included in our new construction doors). Durability is another key feature of steel security storm doors. Zinc bath treatments before sent to high-quality powder coating to prevent rusting Zinc bath treatments We put our doors through zinc bath treatments before they are sent to high-quality powder coating in order to resist rusting and cracking. This allows them to stand up to the elements like snow, sleet, sun, and rain better than most materials. This protects your primary door as well, keeping the entrance to your home beautiful. Also, a steel security storm door allows you to let more light and fresh air into your home while keeping out insects and keeping you safe inside. A security door can act another window allowing you to cool off during the summer and keeping warm air inside during the winter.
For many, home security is a primary concern. You don’t have to do much to ensure your family, loved ones, pets, and possessions are safe. One simple way that lowers the risk of break-ins and theft is the installation of security doors. In addition, we offer services such as:
You can see the need for security doors is plain. They provide you with peace of mind, keep you and your family safe, and increases the value of your home. So reach out to Master Seal today at 855.608.1580. Not only can we walk you through the process, but our skilled experts can also install your new features quickly and efficiently.