Total Glass presents High Security Door at CIH Scotland Exhibition 2013
Published by Kathy Wilkinson for Total Glass in Housing and also in Central Government, Communities, Environment, Local Government
Total Glass High Security Communal Entrance Door
Stand No: B44
Total Glass, one of the UK’s leading window and door fabricators, will be presenting its award-winning High Security Communal Entrance door at the CIH Scotland Housing Exhibition, SECC Glasgow, from March 12 to 14.
Specifically-designed to the highest safety standards, this aesthetically-pleasing door manufactured from heavy-gauge aluminium can operate with all major door entry systems (subject to site survey) and carries Secured by Design and PAS23 & PAS24 accreditation on both magnetic and electronic shoot bolt locking versions.
Derived from a fully-accredited bomb blast system, it offers a unique and totally robust solution for the Social Housing market, combining true kerb appeal with superb strength, security and durability to fully protect residents and properties.
Capable of resisting the severest of attacks, more than 5,000 Total Glass High Security Communal Entrance Doors have already been fitted throughout the UK in some of the toughest inner-city locations, providing solutions for clients such as City West Housing Trust which commented: “Having considered the whole-life costs, the Total Glass communal entrance doors met our demanding specification for robust, future-proofed and high-security products that offer long-term performance.”
Total Glass Limited is so confident of its product that it is offering a FREE DOOR to act as a pilot for any Housing Association which is considering a door replacement scheme over the coming year! Also displayed will be Total’s range of thermally-efficient aluminium windows that comply with Secured by Design requirements.
To find out more, visit Total Glass on stand B44. Contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at www.totalglass.com.