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Anti-Burglary Advice

 

 

 

 

There is an inherent weakness in all traditional inward opening timber doors.

The Kickstop range was devised by a long established firm of locksmiths and security retailers in East London.  Concerned about the growing trend for burglars to kick in a front or back door, they were aware that a door will split open (along the grain) where the door had been weakened as a result of morticing and lock fitting.

 

  • The strength or a good quality mortice lock is not in question.
  • It's the door and frame that would split open and fail during a forced entry.
  • The main areas of weakness on an inward opening door are:
  • The door - around the mortice deadlock or sashlock.
  • The frame - around the mortice lock striking plate.
  • The frame and door - around the hinge.
  • The rim lock staple itself.

 

 

Kickstop has developed several products to deal with these security issues

 

London Bar -  Birmingham Bar

DeadlockGuard - SashlockGuard

FrameGuard - StapleGuard

HingeGuard Plates - HingeGuard

Anti-Thrust Plates - Anti-ThrustGuard

DoorGuard Bar - DoorGuard Grille

 

Doorguard Security Products Price List

 

Tel: 01536 790999    Fax: 01536 790710

 

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