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Choosing the right break-in resistant entry door for your home is crucial for ensuring the safety of your property and loved ones.

Here are some tips to help you make the right decision:

Firstly, assess the level of risk of burglary in your area. If your neighbourhood has a history of burglaries, it's recommended to opt for an RC-3 class burglary-resistant door or higher. However, if the risk is relatively low, an RC-2 door would suffice.


Regardless of the security class, the frame should be made of steel or extruded aluminum alloy profile and have at least three hinges. Strong locks are also important as they serve as the first line of defence against intruders.

When choosing an exterior door for your residential home, consider one that can withstand harsh weather conditions such as temperature, sun, rainfall, and wind. European burglar-proof doors are designed to meet and even exceed the required standards for exterior doors with increased burglary resistance.

To further improve the break-in resistance of your entrance door, consider installing it with an out-swing opening direction. This will prevent intruders from kicking the door in.


Additionally, opt for a solid door design without any glass, as it provides consistent, evenly distributed internal structure of the door sash. However, if you prefer a door with glass inserts, ensure that the glass is break-in resistant. At our company, we use triple P4A glass with 8mm laminated, making it much stronger than car windshield exterior glass.

By following these guidelines, you can select a break-in resistant entry door that provides maximum security and protection for your home.


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