Coverdoors provides you with a complete set, including door, frame, architraves (factory finished in veneers and varnished stains), heavy duty hinges, 16 locking points and a full perimeter rubber seal. You can choose between the oval or straight architrave/frame and from various woods, stain colours and varnish finishes. Other stain colours are available upon request. Please visit the technical specifications on the home page and download our catalogue for further information. The automatic drop down seal as pictured is a standard feature that is engineered into the door.
The vast majority of thieves enter your home through the doors and windows, so this is where you should tighten your security. The rise in recorded instances of unlawful entry into Australian homes has thus led to a rise in the market for the Armoured door over the past decade. Aesthetics and functionality are two main factors we all prefer to have when choosing a front or external door for point of entry. There is no doubt that styling is important but it also has to be in accordance with the environment in which it exists. The style when combined with great functionality as well as a high level of security would provide a great sense of satisfaction that you have made the right choice of door.
The Armoured door “Guard 16” also has a certification rating level of RC3 with a burglar resistance time of 5 minutes. (The contact time defined per class is the length of time during which the tools are in contact with the door and the time a product can withstand the burglary).
With an ARGOS detection alarm installed inside the door, security doors will not only resist, but react to attempted attacks emitting a loud alarm that immediately puts potential intruders to flight, preventing them from entering the house.
Coverdoors have a series of engineered veneers, otherwise known as reconstituted, recomposed, man-made or manufactured and natural veneers suitable on a range of styles for the front entry Armoured door. Engineered veneers especially are less likely to experience expansion, warping, shrinkage, twisting and contraction issues, commonly caused by moisture and weather variations which can affect the appearance of a door and if you choose the correct finish, you are guaranteed a longer door life.
What is the difference between natural and engineered veneers?
Engineered veneers are a premium product perfect for anyone looking for an environmentally responsible product suitable for any style façade with an emphasis on uniformity for those seeking consistency across the colour, texture, grain and patterning.
Natural veneers have all the beauty and warmth that can only come from using real wood and display more natural features such as pin knots, curved or slanted direction of the grain and may vary in appearance from log to log, within a log and from leaf to leaf/across a sheet.
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE FEATURED DOOR:
Design – DS-109
Frame – Galvanized steel frame 60 x 70mm in RAL 9005 matt black anti-scratch
Architraves – Internal side HDF 60 x 17mm, external side marine plywood 100 x 17mm
Core – Galvanized double steel core structure reinforced with an internal iron profile grid and insulated with rockwool
Panel – E1 1 x 6-7.0mm HDF internal side, 1 x 7.0mm marine plywood external side
Finish – Anigre veneer
Colour – Varnish 103 (a thixotropic UV varnish veneer for outdoor applications)
Leaf thickness – 70-120mm (depending on the design)
Colours are indicative and may vary in their physical form.