What Is the Best Front Door Lock?
The best front door locks for enhanced security are five-lever mortice deadlocks with multi-point locking systems and dead-lock action.
Looking to install a new front door and unsure which lock is the safest? According to the latest safety guidelines, a secure front door should have a five-lever mortice deadlock that is British Standard 3621 or European Standard EN12209 certified.
Brackenwood doors meet industry standards for security. Our manufacturers work closely with the police under the Secured by Design scheme to ensure that your door hinges, locks, bolts, glazing and features are all as secure as possible.
Our front door locks feature:
- A 10-point locking system
- 4 pre-compression rollers for smooth operation
- 3 opposing steel hooks to maximise strength
- 2 anti-lift bolts to prevent your door lock being dislodged
- 1 centre latch for ease of use
- Dead-lock action for added security
As well as ultra-secure locks, we also provide a range of additional security features for front door installations. Our composite doors are installed within a reinforced door frame and feature a spy hole and premium adjustable hinges that meet all the latest standards and legislation requirements.
If you are unsure whether your front door lock is secure enough, we recommend speaking with security professionals. Brackenwood’s highly experienced team would be happy to provide advice on choosing the right front door lock for you.
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 Door Buying Guide:
- Does a New Front Door Add Value to Your House?
- Do I Need a FENSA Certificate for a Front Door?
- Do Front Doors Need to Be Fire-Rated?