Have you found yourself thinking “I would love to buy a stable door to welcome fresh air into my home, whilst stopping my young children from leaving the house and exploring the garden?”.
A lot of our customers have too, which is why we are here to tell you why they are one of the most secure door types in today’s market.
Are stable doors safe?
This is a very good question, and the answer: yes!
But how secure can a door of two halves be?
It may seem as if stable doors are less secure than a traditional door, but it is quite the contrary. All our stable doors come with a high security, fully adjustable multi-point locking system, doubling your security, giving you the option to independently lock both parts.
Feedback from our customers tells us that it is usually the bottom half that will remain locked. Ultimately, keeping your house ventilated and keeping your young children and pet’s safely inside at the same time. Download our Solidor brochure for further information about the security of our stable doors.Stable Doors in Plymouth, Devon & Cornwall
Can you have a stable door as a front door?
Yes. Although more traditionally used as a back door, stable doors make for exceptionally good front doors too. And with stable doors from Landmark Windows being available in a multitude of different designs, these doors can really make the entrance to your home a memorable one.Stable Doors in Plymouth, Devon & Cornwall
Which one is better, a uPVC stable door or a composite stable door?
Available in both uPVC and composite material, and a range of finishes, you can rest assured that either option you choose will provide a sophisticated and superb addition to your home.
With both materials boasting superb energy efficiency ratings, security levels, and versatility, it is entirely down to personal preference as to which one you would like to choose.
Browse our gallery of previous work for inspiration for your stable door.Stable Doors in Plymouth, Devon & Cornwall
A range of door styles to suit any Plymouth home
A door can say a lot about your home, so here at Landmark Windows we have a team of experts on hand to help you choose the right one.
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