Our doors are made from a 1 piece monocoque construction and are virtually indestructible. All our decorative glazed panels are made from toughened safety glass for your peace of mind.

As you will see from the video test on the door, the door is extremely strong. In addition, all doors feature an 8 point hook locking system with a deadlatch. The locking system is pas 23/24 approved and secured by design.


All doors are double rebated. That means that you have to secure seals on the door that are guaranteed to keep out any wind or rain that the Irish climate can throw at it. The solid part of the door leaf has been tested to achieve u value of 0.205 and the combined u value of the triple glazed door is 0.98

Treble Seal

Reducing the amount of air that leaks in and out of your home is a cost-effective way to:

  • Cut heating and cooling costs
  • Improve durability
  • Increase Comfort
  • Create a healthier indoor environment

Have you made your Home security your number 1 Priority?

New windows. Modern security technology for the best possible protection.

According to the CSO Ireland, less than every 10 minutes there was a burglary. And not only at nights, but also during the day, when the occupants are not at home. Above all, burglars enter homes through windows or balcony or terrace doors. And it is precisely here where many burglary attempts are foiled by the right security technology. If the burglar fails to enter within a very short time, they quickly start looking for another building. So it is always worth your while to invest in modern security measures. Not least of all, security also means living quality.

Safe windows and doors are fitted with special glazing, burglar-resistant frames and fittings, and additional locks or grilles. Depending on your individual security needs, you can choose from a range of resistance classes between RC 1 and RC 6. Generally, the resistance classes RC 1 and RC 2 prove adequate.

Yet you too can do something to protect yourself and your home – with quite simple means. Close all windows and doors, even when you are out for a short time only. Never leave the windows in the tilted or ventilating position – not even on higher floors. Burglars will otherwise feel invited, especially when garden furniture or ladders make it easier for them to gain access.

Explain your individual needs to your specialised window maker. He will advise you on the right solution. Bear in mind: Only proper installation ensures full protection against forced entry.


Cut Heating Costs

Sealed for Warmth

Secure Locking System

Virtually Indestructable