Secura Security Door in a Double Door Left Outswing Configuration and Metal Color
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1003620
Price: $299.00
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Secura Security Door in a Double Door Left Outswing Configuration and Metal Color

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1003620
Price: $299.00
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Warranty
7years
Config
Double Door
Color
Metal
Style
Classic
Brand
Brand
Shipping Time
QuickShip
Installation Costs
199-399
Series
ProtectTEK
Current Specs
Handing
Left Hand Outswing
Product description

Ultimate peace of mind can be yours with Secura’s security doors for your home or office. Military-grade stainless steel construction with anti-corrosive, UV-shielding coating keeps your door safe from weather, disaster, time, and criminals. Quadruple lock keeps door closed and integrates instantly with any home security system for extra peace of mind. Pressurized door closer keeps the door from slamming shut or swinging open too quickly. Standard door features like weatherstipping and aluminum frame meet and exceed all other company’s doors.

Choose from any material or design for the outer surface, all of which have the same rock-solid core. Secura’s doors are guaranteed not to break, wear out, be pried open or have their locks picked, or your money back. Hinges, jamb, frame and locking mechanism are all covered under our lifetime warranty. Available in custom sizes to fit any home.

Rest easy knowing your door is quadruple-locked and perfectly integrated into your home security system.
Military-grade steel mesh prevents cutting or burning down the door.
Space-age coating keeps your door protected from the elements and home invaders.
Door closer keeps your door working smoothly and safely.
Lifetime warranty for all moving parts and money-back guarantee against break-ins.
3D model only. Not available for purchase.
Key Features
Construction

All highest-grade materials. T6 grade, high tensile Aluminum frame and 316 marine-grade stainless steel security mesh, all of which are covered in our proprietary anti-weather, anti-fire, anti-break-in coating. High-impact steel closer, handle, and deadbolt built in. Three heavy-duty hinges built from stainless steel for a lifetime of security and smooth operation.

Installation

Door can be installed by anyone with the right tools (power drill highly recommended), but our installation guarantee only covers installations by registered contractors. Door comes set into heavy security frame and includes hinges, deadbolt, and closing mechanism. Comes packaged with weatherstripping and bug shield for base of door (jamb not included).

Security Features

Quadruple deadbolt can’t be locked or pried away from the heavy steel frame. Lock and closer pre-wired with sensors that connect to any home security system. Interior steel mesh resists fire, puncture, and bashing equally well. Door rests flush against jamb to seal out wind, water, bugs, and more.

Warranty

All moving parts (hinges, locks, and closing mechanism) covered by a lifetime warranty (30 years in most states). Our “stand behind you” guarantee offers your money back if your door fails to stop a home invader breaking down your door or picking the deadbolt. Door jamb and weatherstrip not covered and are recommended to be replaced every ten years.

Current Specifications
Dimensions
Size
77 In. By 80 In.
Weight
165 Lbs.
Thickness
9 In.
Specifications
Brand
Secura
Series
ProtectTEK
Warranty
7 Years
Installation Costs
199-399
Shipping Time
Quickship
Color
Metal
Configuration
Double Door
Door Type
Security Door
Use Location
Home Entrance
Style
Classic
Handing
Left Hand Outswing
Hardware Included
Not Included
Material
Iron
Core Type
Solid Hardwood
Finish
Painted
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Secura Security Door in a Double Door Left Outswing Configuration and Metal Color
Secura Security Door in a Double Door Left Outswing Configuration and Metal Color - Ultimate peace of mind can be yours with Secura’s security doors for your home or office. Military-grade stainless steel construction with anti-corrosive, UV-shielding coating keeps your door safe from weather, disaster, time, and criminals. Quadruple lock keeps door closed and integrates instantly with any home security system for extra peace of mind. Pressurized door closer keeps the door from slamming shut or swinging open too quickly. Standard door features like weatherstipping and aluminum frame meet and exceed all other company’s doors.Choose from any material or design for the outer surface, all of which have the same rock-solid core. Secura’s doors are guaranteed not to break, wear out, be pried open or have their locks picked, or your money back. Hinges, jamb, frame and locking mechanism are all covered under our lifetime warranty. Available in custom sizes to fit any home.
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Price: $299.00
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Questions And Answers

How do you lock a door from the inside?
You can lock a door from the inside in various ways. The inside lock may have a twist and turn lock. It may have a button lock. You may also have a deadbolt or key lock as well.
What is an Addalock?
An Addalock is a locking device that is portable. You can easily install and remove the lock in only a few seconds from any inward opening door. This allows you extra privacy after you have closed the door. This is a great lock for hotels, rental units, and students.
How can I make my front door more secure?
There are many ways you can make your front door more secure. Having a door jammer installed and installing a steel door are two of the ways you can do this.
What is the average price for security doors?
The prices range greatly for security doors. The price varies based on durability, thickness of material used, the brand and more. The average cost, however, is between $400 and $600.
How do you drill a hole in a metal door?
To drill a hole in a metal door, you will need a drill saw and a spade. The drill saw will cut through the location on the door for the deadbolt and the spade cuts into the side of your door for the latch.
How do you secure sliding glass doors?
There are several ways that you can secure sliding glass doors. The first is to make sure that you have locks at more than one point. There should be a lock at the bottom of the door and the door handled. You can install a bar also for extra protection.
How do I cut a hole for a deadbolt in a metal door?
You will get a hole saw to drill into the steel. This cuts the hole for where you install the deadbolt. A spade then cuts the hole in the door’s side to place the latch.
How do you fix a door that won t latch?
If your door will not latch the most common cause is that it is out of alignment. If you are able to look at the door and determine that it needs to be aligned then there are techniques that you can use to make the door line back up.
How do I cut a hole for a door knob?
When installing a doorknob you will need to drill two holes. One hole will be for the doorknob itself and the other hole will be for the latch. The actual drilling process will be determined based on the material of door that you have. It is a fairly simple process.
How do you install a security door?
You will measure the door’s size. Put on the handles and locks. Measure where the hinges should go and mark the spots. Square out the door jamb. Drill and attach your hinges. Mark a spot for door’s striker, drill holes and attach it.
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