Case Studies - Singh

Client: Singh, Stretton
Project Budget: $1,000 - $2,500

Client Brief:

Our client came into our "showroom" to discuss their options for a double entry door set. They decided a colonial castings pattern door.

During the discussion it was also discovered that they wanted a security grade door. Unfortunately colonial cast decorative insert panels do not meet the Australian Standard AS5039-2008 as a security grade product...they are classified as a safety or barrier grade product.

We informed them that SecureView has developed a special extrusion to allow the installation of the colonial cast decorative inserts to the front of SecureView doors. They thought this would be ideal as the security grade stainless mesh also acts as insect screen.

Solution:

We offered a double entry door set in SecureView with SP44AB colonial casting insert designs. The active door would have Austral triple locks with a 5-pin barrel and flush bolts to the inactive door. We needed to go through ceramic tiles for the bottom flush bolt but this was no problem as we have diamond drills in stock.

Note: We can drill holes in ceramic, imitation marble tiles, ceasarstone and other man made materials, however there is a risk of cracking when drilling holes in real marble or other natural stones. We take every effort to avoid cracking marble by drilling slowly with a water-cooled / flushed diamond hole saw, however we won't be held responsible should the worst case happen and the marble crack. We haven't cracked any marble yet but marble is a natural and therefore unpredictable material.

Conclusion:

The Singh's told our installer that they were very happy with the result.

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