Living in a safe and secure environment should be the reality for everyone, whether they are rich or poor. Thus, this is a key reason why we put so much emphasis on helping to tackle anti-social behaviour. As a result, over the years we have worked with housing associations, councils and communities to ensure their properties are just secure.
Sadly, many of the communities we serve deal with anti-social behaviour frequently. From vandalism to fighting, theft to graffiti, anti-social behaviour makes life for tenants a living nightmare.
As a company, we are proud that we are part of the solution. We thrive to be part of a project to make any community safe with our doors.
All our Communal Entrances and doors are bespoke solutions, however more importantly they are all highly secure and robust. As a result this leads to tenants and end users feeling safer.
A safer environment is now a reality for communities who once lived in fear. Furthermore, they have significantly fewer concerns about trespassers breaking into their blocks and causing chaos.
The anti-bandit security glazing we typically fit not only increases a building’s security, but also its natural surveillance. The glazing allows residents to see what is happening outside their communal entrance door and be alert to threats. It exposes criminals and therefore makes them think twice about committing anti-social activities as a result.
The design of our doors is a point of pride for us. Moreover, not only do they heighten security, but they also maximise light and aesthetics for residents.
Increasing quality of life for residents is an important part of what we do. Significantly we are able to achieve this without ever compromising on safety.
The vandal resistant nature of our doors is not only a benefit for the residents living behind them. With robust frames, locks, hinges and secure glazing, our doors demand minimal maintenance. As a result reducing maintenance costs significantly for councils and housing associations.
Every communal entrance door that we have built and installed over the past 20 years is still in place. Standing up in the face of weather and wear and tear, our doors also help to tackle anti-social behaviour too. Further to this, in many cases we have seen our doors outlast the buildings in which they were fitted. Hence why we can say that none of our doors have ever failed or been replaced.
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