STABLE and BACK DOORS
Toughened safety glass is the minimum requirement for any glass in doors. Impact resistant and will shatter in to thousands of small harmless pieces if broken.
The humble back door
"The poor relation"....is not how we see the humble back door. It needs to be just as practical, just as secure and just as reliable as the "Celebrity" front door!
At Admiral Windows, we realise your back door is in many ways as important as your front door, so we don't skimp on these essential qualities.
Upgrades to laminated security glazing available on request, and standard on new build houses to comply with Document Q of Building Regulations.
This type of sealed unit has an outer pane of laminate glass which has a thin layer of plastic strongly bonded in between two panes of glass that prevents shards of glass flying through
the air when the unit is broken.
Multi-point security locking is another essential feature of our back doors. Hooks and deadbolts included in this feature will ensure your home is safe and secure.
If your current back door is not ready to be replaced, but you are experiencing issues with it, or maybe you want a pet door fitted to the bottom panel......follow our link to the repairs section and discover how Team Admiral can help!
The versatile stable door
Stable doors can make a good alternative to the conventional back door, allowing the top half to be open to allow fresh air to pour in to your home, but keep your precious little angels safe inside.......or outside!
You can also use a stable door as your main front door. Available in timber, composite and uPVC, they come in a range of designs a vast selection of colours.
Great for added security when opening the door to strangers, and ideal when you have an excited Cockapoo eager to charge out the door before you have a chance to put a lead on him!
These doors operate as two separate sections and bolt closed individually for total peace of mind.
Have you ever heard of a "Tilt Turn Door"........
It has all the advantages of a stable door where the top half can open, but it is different in it's design.........
The top half is part of the door with a tilt turn window where the glass would normally be! This means when the window is closed, the door can be used exactly the same way as a conventional door, with a full length multi-point lock and operated by a normal lever handle and locked with a single turn of the key. When you want fresh air in the top part, the window section can be turned inwards to replicate a stable door, or it can just be tilted in at the top for controlled ventilation. Now that's smart!