The FBS Way: Getting Security Doors and Windows Done Right
At FBS, we do things a bit differently. Or at least — different from a lot of U.S. companies.
In the United States, the mentality is generally to get everything done as quickly as possible so we can move on to the next project to make more money. We’re not saying there’s anything “wrong” with being productive and profitable — what company doesn’t want to be productive and profitable?
What we’re saying is that there comes a point where quality can suffer because of the rush to wrap up projects. And when the quality suffers, your reputation will suffer.
Our business philosophy is all about maintaining high quality security doors and windows for luxury residences and office spaces. And there’s simply no way we could keep our standards so high if we were willing to cut any corners.
Custom Security Door Installation vs. Delivery vs. Shipping
A common point of confusion for our clients is the shipping versus delivery of their custom security doors versus the installation of their custom security doors.
We understand why there is so much confusion surrounding the differences between the processes, but it’s important to recognize that they’re separate. They’re fulfilled by three different teams with their own skill sets.
To clear up the confusion and help our clients understand what they can expect from their FBS experience, we want to detail exactly what happens during each step and why the distinction is so important.
How Interior Security Doors Can Keep Your Family Safer
The first place luxury homeowners typically choose to put a security door is at the main entrance. The front door is often the most urgent priority because it’s the most visible. After that, people may upgrade their side doors, garage fire doors, and sliding doors leading to their patios.
Interior security doors aren’t always a priority for our clients. Their security needs vary based on their unique situation.
Here’s how interior security doors can help keep you and your family safer.
Are Wooden Doors Secure?
Some of our clients are interested in our steel security doors, but they want them to look like wood.
What they definitely don’t want are wrought iron doors that look like they belong on the front entrance to a corner bodega downtown. While there’s certainly nothing wrong with wrought iron security doors, they simply don’t fit in on a luxurious residential property near the beach.
Our clients who own more traditional-style homes, or simply want warmer textures in their design aesthetic sometimes ask for wood-finished doors — but they need them to be security doors.
Can you make me a wood security door?