Extremely thick skinned

September 6th 2017

When looking for a new door you want to make sure you’re getting a high quality product which is thoroughly secure. One key security feature to look out for with any GRP Composite Door is the thickness of the skin.

*For those of you who don’t know, GRP stands for glass-reinforced plastic which is also known as fiberglass. Fiberglass is a strong lightweight material and is used for many different products including external door skins.

Most GRP composite doors available are only coated with a 1.6mm GRP skin which offers a low level of security and fail to pass the most recent building regulations.

Residor offer a high impact resistant outer skin at a WHOPPING 3.6mm which is more than twice as thick as the majority of GRP doors on the market. This robust outer layer aids Residor in passing the PAS24:2016 cut test while the others fail in under 90 seconds.

*PAS24:2016 is designed to assess how secure the door is, this is done by simulating an attack which is associated with the casual or opportunistic burglar.

You can trust Residor the most secure GRP composite door available that passes all the security tests and gives you the real-life security that you want!

For the full security features available with Residor please visit our website here.

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