Garador’s FrontGuard front door range offers excellent security and thermal insulation – a great solution for all types of properties. Now, the company adds a new model to its extensive collection of front doors – the FrontGuard FGS 820.
This door model minimises heat loss and incorporates four large windows to allow natural light to enter through the doorway.
Its windows are all triple glazed with high quality, sand-blasted float safety glass. The door leaf is 65mm thick, filled with dense polyurethane insulating foam. The door frame and seals have also been specifically designed to eliminate thermal bridges.
This FGS 820 also comes in a selection of standard and custom door sizes up to 2250mm high and delivers u-values down to 0.95 W/m²k. These front doors offer serious protection against the elements for every type of property.
Neil Discombe, Garador’s Managing Director, comments: “These exceptional doors will go a long way to helping home owners fulfil the latest requirements in energy saving and reducing heat loss while ensuring a light and fresh entrance area to the property.”
The FGS 820 also offers high levels of security, with 5-point locking and RC2 security equipment. The door comes in 26 different colour finishes and has many shades designed to complement Garador’s existing garage door range. It is also available with a number of options including transom lights, a spy hole and an electric strike plate with key catch for keyless access.
Find out more about Garador’s complete range of front entrance doors at www.garador.co.uk
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