Are Stable Doors Secure?
Stable doors offer a combined window and door in one, making them a stylish and convenient option. The most secure stable doors have high-security locks and an effective weather seal, ensuring that they perform just as well as a standard single door.
Stable doors come in a wide variety of colours and finishes, including complementary glass designs and hardware styles. Due to the variety of options available, the security of stable doors differs from design to design.
Brackenwood supplies the highest quality and most secure stable doors, all featuring enhanced security and made to police-approved standards. Here are the elements of security that you should look out for when purchasing a stable door:
- The glazing in the top panel of your stable door should be performance-tested to BS EN 356:2000 standards and the sealed unit should feature at least one sheet of 6.4mm laminated security glass that is compliant with PAS 24 2016 standards
- It’s essential for your stable doors to have a high-security, multi-point locking system — Brackenwood stable doors have a ten-point locking system with two hooks, two finger bolts and a deadbolt for maximum peace of mind
- An effective weather seal ensures that your stable door performs just as well as a standard single door while allowing the top half to open for fresh air circulation
- Multiple opposing steel hooks to maximise strength
- Anti-lift bolts to prevent door locks from being dislodged
- A centre latch for ease of day-to-day operation
We also provide the option to add a cat or dog flap to the lower half of your stable door.
Got a question or looking for personalised advice? We’re always happy to help — contact us now or submit an online enquiry.
Related Topics in Our Double Glazing Security Guide:
- What Are the Best Front Doors for Security?
- How to Secure Double Doors
- How to Secure French Doors That Open Out