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What is Lock Snapping and How Can You Prevent it?

Every front door needs a lock. It’s this essential feature that keeps your home secure while you’re out, and asleep. But not all locks are created equal. Some can be picked more easily than others, while some can be destroyed using brute force. This could mean using...

How to Make Your Door More Secure

Your home’s front door is without doubt the most important piece of furniture you own. Without it, any burglar would be able to stroll right into your home. But if your door is old or low quality, it might not do much to keep out intruders – so what are the best...

What is a Door Jamb?

Doors are pretty complicated pieces of machinery, comprising of multiple different parts – one of which is the ‘door jamb’. Definition of a Door Jamb Let’s start with a plain English definition of a door jamb: a door jamb consists of the posts which sit on...

What is a Mortice Lock?

While it might only be a few inches from end to end, the lock on your front door is arguably the most important security feature in your entire home.  Locks come in several varieties, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. One you’ve probably heard about is the...

How to Replace a Door Jamb

Door jambs should last for decades before needing to be replaced, but of course, accidents happen. You may be able to fix a broken door jamb using wood-filler and a bit of sanding paper, but in some cases you might have to install a new door jamb. Read on and we’ll...
, Why Choose Aluminium Doors?

Door Lites and Sidelites Explained

One of the best ways to add light and space (or a sense of space, at least) to the entrance of your home is by incorporating glass into your front door. There are, for the most part, two ways to do this: Installing glazing into the door itself. Installing glazing at...
, Why Choose Aluminium Doors?

Why Choose Aluminium Doors?

For the most part, modern doors are made from one of three materials: timber, uPVC plastic, or aluminium. Each of these materials offers its own unique strengths. For example, a high-quality oak door might offer a distinctive look and feel that’ll complement a dining...
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