Why Pivot Doors are Perfect for Luxury Homes
Our clientele is not your typical shopper. We’re not working with people trying to buy doors in bulk for their new upper-middle-class home. We’re working with people who are looking to create custom doors for their luxury home. They can afford to spend time and money creating something unique. Something one of a kind.
And for that, we (almost) always recommend pivot doors.
The Perfect Luxury Doors and Windows for Your Dream Home
Luxury homes are all unique. In fact, we’re willing to bet that no two are the same. Even if the floorplans are similar, once the homeowners move in and put their personal touches on the home, it will be its own animal.
We may be biased (but only a little bit) when we say that the doors and windows you choose for your luxury home can dramatically change the way it looks and feels. That may sound overly dramatic, but hear us out.
Luxury Home Security: Where to Find the Experts
When we founded Fortified & Ballistic Security all those years ago, it was because we saw a critical gap in the luxury home security market. We’d seen luxury home design and automation from multiple angles, but the security solutions the homeowners were using were far from adequate.
We’ve been doing this for so long — and are coming at it with such a unique background — that we’ve managed to become experts in luxury home security. And when we have our own knowledge gaps, we don’t fake it, and we don’t lie to you. Instead, we call in other experts so we can be sure you’re getting the best service possible. Read More
Double Doors Don't Have to Be Less Secure
We’ve helped architects and interior designers complete hundreds of luxury homes. Single hinge doors are the most common interior doors, but when it comes to front entry doors and master bedroom doors, we often see a deviation from this standard. Double entry doors are common on many important buildings and luxury homes, but for those concerned about security, double doors pose a concern.
We’ve probably all seen movies where doors are kicked in, and when double doors come down, it’s always because of one swift kick to the middle. Of course, that begs the question: how secure are double doors, really?