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Projection Door Stop | From The Anvil
From £19.57
Aged BrassAged BronzeBeeswaxBlackPewter PatinaPolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Marine SS (316)Polished NickelSatin BrassSatin ChromeSatin Marine SS (316)+ 9 more
Rim Lock & Cast Iron Cover | From The Anvil
From £77.68
BeeswaxBlackPewter PatinaPolished Brass+ 1 more
Floor Mounted Door Stop | From The Anvil
From £23.38
Aged BrassAged BronzeBeeswaxBlackPewter PatinaPolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Marine SS (316)Polished NickelSatin BrassSatin ChromeSatin Marine SS (316)+ 9 more
Door Viewer 180° | From The Anvil
From £9.45
BlackLacquered BrassPolished ChromeSatin Chrome+ 1 more
Art Deco Fingerplate | From The Anvil
From £126.58
Aged BrassAged BronzePolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Nickel+ 2 more
How can I make my doors more secure?

For external doors, a multi-point locking system is one of the most secure systems available to protect your home. Unlike traditional locks, multi-point lock secure the door at multiple (usually 3 or 5) points along the frame to maximise your security. However, these can be expensive and ideally need to be fitted by a professional.

A British Standard 5-lever lock is a more affordable and easier to fit alternative which will satisfy all insurance requirements. You can further increase the security of your doors by using stand-alone locks, or bolts at the top/bottom of your doors.

You could also make your door more secure by adding a door viewer, so you can see visitors before opening the door, and a door chain, which restricts full opening of the door when in place.

How can I protect my walls from my door?

If your door regularly bangs into the wall when opening, you'll end up with dents in your walls and skirting boards, and may even damage your door handle.

To prevent this, we recommend fitting a door stop (either floor mounted, which screws directly into the floor, or projection, which is fitted to the wall/skirting board).

What's the difference between a fingerplate and a kick plate?

Both are used in high-traffic areas (like restaurants and public bathrooms), usually on swing doors which don't have a door knob or handle.

Fingerplates sit at the mid-point of a door for people to push the door open. This shields the door itself from dirty finger marks, keeping the door looking fresher for longer.

Kick plates sit lower down the door, around the height that people tend to kick the door open. Again, this offers protection to the door, extending its lifespan.