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hanalolu
post May 1 2011, 02:13 PM, updated 8y ago

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Dear forumer here, can I know where to get this security door with cheaper price? I got quote from 1 of the supplier, 4.5ft front door + 3ft back door,rm3388,plus installation.Any one got it more cheaper?tq
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post May 2 2011, 09:47 PM

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Is quite cheap already. My front door alone already cost me 3k
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post May 3 2011, 12:20 AM

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you refer to Wood or Metal type???
stainless steel or ?

my was 5f Front door (two same size door) x standard backdoor costed 3.6K, build with metal.

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post May 3 2011, 11:38 AM

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QUOTE(hanalolu @ May 1 2011, 02:13 PM)
Dear forumer here, can I know where to get this security door with cheaper price? I got quote from 1 of the supplier, 4.5ft front door + 3ft back door,rm3388,plus installation.Any one got it more cheaper?tq
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i just booked a 6 feet front (metal with flower design) + 3 feet back door for 3688 in pg,(promotion package),i think its worth it.
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post May 11 2011, 10:55 PM

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just want to ask regards to the include installation.

do they charge extra for hacking wall if the original door is smaller. eg from single door to 1 1/2 door?
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post Jul 9 2011, 09:11 PM

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anyone can suggest reliable yet affordable security door ?

I'm looking for Front + Back, Front would be 4 and half ft back just single 1 i think is 3 ft kot.. my budget not exceeding 4k any chances ? hmm.gif
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QUOTE(DE.si.MON @ May 11 2011, 10:55 PM)
just want to ask regards to the include installation.

do they charge extra for hacking wall if the original door is smaller. eg from single door to 1 1/2 door?
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Nope...it is on your own. They only put the frame in, and seal back will need extra charge except you get a price with them rclxms.gif
I have to pay RM150 each door for my wet contractor to fix for me.

Kelvin5717 RM4K shoud enough but it also depend on what type of door you select. WHole stainless stell for sure can't lal...
you could check out at PWTC (house deco this week) or hunt around for your design and ask for pricing lol...


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post Jul 12 2011, 12:44 AM

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QUOTE(Jo_da48 @ Jul 10 2011, 01:56 PM)
Nope...it is on your own. They only put the frame in, and seal back will need extra charge except you get a price with them  rclxms.gif
I have to pay RM150 each door for my wet contractor to fix for me.

Kelvin5717 RM4K shoud enough but it also depend on what type of door you select. WHole stainless stell for sure can't lal...
you could check out at PWTC (house deco this week) or hunt around for your design and ask for pricing lol...
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ya i know tapi i dun have any leads into where i can find door company le... i miss the house deco cox i'm working on sat and sun also.. cry.gif cry.gif
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post Jul 12 2011, 12:50 AM

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good question, i've been meaning to ask about security door prices as well.

anyone care to recommend a reliable and worthy shop/company? i saw one shop doing this in One Puchong. havent enquire price tho.
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QUOTE(Kelvin5717 @ Jul 12 2011, 12:44 AM)
ya i know tapi i dun have any leads into where i can find door company le... i miss the house deco cox i'm working on sat and sun also..  cry.gif  cry.gif
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You can try look for this
http://www.morrisdecor.com/ - Boss / worker / door from China
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http://topsecuritydoor.com.my/products.html - from local


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post Jul 12 2011, 01:25 AM

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Janus - http://www.starproperty.my/Shopping/WhatsNew/532/0/0

Front (1.5) and back (1.0) doors RM 5900 include installation (cement and patch work up to 8in from door frame)

That was the PWTC fair price. Normal price is additional RM 500 and without some stuffs (couldn't remember what it was).

Showroom in Puchong and Mahkota Cheras - Mr. Lim Boon Teik - 0129880301
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post Jul 12 2011, 03:52 PM

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QUOTE(Jo_da48 @ Jul 12 2011, 01:21 AM)
You can try look for this
http://www.morrisdecor.com/ - Boss / worker / door from China
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http://topsecuritydoor.com.my/products.html - from local
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First link does not work, will try on link to and see their showroom

QUOTE(emp3ror @ Jul 12 2011, 01:25 AM)
Janus - http://www.starproperty.my/Shopping/WhatsNew/532/0/0

Front (1.5) and back (1.0) doors RM 5900 include installation (cement and patch work up to 8in from door frame)

That was the PWTC fair price. Normal price is additional RM 500 and without some stuffs (couldn't remember what it was).

Showroom in Puchong and Mahkota Cheras - Mr. Lim Boon Teik  - 0129880301
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Janus i been before their price is very high, front door 3.8k back door 3.6k = more then 7k rclxub.gif rclxub.gif
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post Jul 12 2011, 05:02 PM

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Just curious about these security door are as selling so expensive costing a few thousand ringgit for each door.
Are there really worth it?

Do they really provide the security or just some gimmick?

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post Jul 12 2011, 05:43 PM

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Janus sounds interesting. Anyone has a handson experience?

I think if you want a security door you need to spend some money for the product. Consider the alternative costs: high quality wooden door, good lockset, grill + lockset for the grill. will easily be quite steep too. and both doors should have equal security - otherwise a thief can just enter from the back right?

i have platinum security door. this is good (and it was "expensive") but honestly speaking if i had know about janus when i made the purchase i probably would have bought theirs from what i read. in general the security doors are pretty great. no need for a grill and they are indeed hard to break. but look at the weak spot: the lockset from the china-doors is not up to par but still pretty damn good to deter malaysian robbers smile.gif
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post Jul 12 2011, 10:12 PM

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When you use this door, do you get the feeling like you are walking into a security vault or that sort? smile.gif
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post Jul 12 2011, 10:49 PM

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I bought my from Top Security Door. 5ft front + 3 ft back total RM3499 including installation. Avoid China type as i have compare them before and China type is quite bad in quality.
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post Jul 12 2011, 11:03 PM

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The lock very important, it lock in side, top and bottom. If jam is hell a hard time to take it out. Also a good quality hinge is a must.

I won't be using this. The conventional Steel door will be god for me.
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post Jul 13 2011, 08:54 AM

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QUOTE(REEN YONG @ Jul 12 2011, 11:49 PM)
I bought my from Top Security Door. 5ft front + 3 ft back total RM3499 including installation. Avoid China type as i have compare them before and China type is quite bad in quality.
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If you are already going for this route (using the security doors) then might as well get the better ones.
Someday you may find yourself either locked in or locked out tongue.gif
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post Jul 13 2011, 10:45 AM

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Doors from Top Security Door not good meh? They are locally made though, not from China...
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post Jul 13 2011, 11:27 AM

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Not all product from China are bad in quality.
Not all local made products are bad in quality as well.
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post Jul 13 2011, 02:44 PM

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remember to secure the windows too! no point getting security doors if the windows are not properly secured.
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post Jul 13 2011, 02:46 PM

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windows got grille tongue.gif
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post Jul 13 2011, 04:27 PM

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QUOTE(kelvyn @ Jul 13 2011, 11:27 AM)
Not all product from China are bad in quality.
Not all local made products are bad in quality as well.
I have just placed a deposit on Top Security doors for my front and back of my house, I hope they aren't that bad for locally made products. An alternative for those who are interested, are security doors from SKB, they have a new range of security doors recently. And yea, they are local too...

Edit : grammar.

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post Jul 13 2011, 05:22 PM

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QUOTE(kelvyn @ Jul 13 2011, 02:46 PM)
windows got grille  tongue.gif
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Door got no grille? I am moving to landed but all this while i live on apartment. Right now my front door got 2 bolt (one can be locked from outside) and i put magnetic sensor (subscribing to ADT ) . Same thing with back door. 2 dead bolt (1 up 1 down ) with grille. Is it still not secure compared to the security door? Really concern as i am moving in to a new housing area and there's only few of us moving in.
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QUOTE(Uzumaki NaruTo @ Jul 13 2011, 06:22 PM)
Door got no grille? I am moving to landed but all this while i live on apartment. Right now my front door got 2 bolt (one can be locked from outside) and i put magnetic sensor (subscribing to ADT ) . Same thing with back door. 2 dead bolt (1 up 1 down ) with grille. Is it still not secure compared to the security door? Really concern as i am moving in to a new housing area and there's only few of us moving in.
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Get a guard dog biggrin.gif

Since your area is new and not many has moved in, even if you use security door also would not prevent any break-in if they really wants to. They will just go thru those weak entry points like roof, windows, etc
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Too bad i cant laugh.gif . Yeah the break in reports at the forum are somewhat worrying. The rest of neighbors have kids so have to wait until end of year. we couldn't afford to pay for two house so no choice.
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Put minimal stuff in the house. Put all your valuables in the bank's safe deposit box
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Nah its not like i got lots of expensive stuffs in the house. Its the occupant inside the house im protecting sweat.gif if they want to take my old notebooks , outdated console be my guest ; The thing is now they attack ( probably mad as there's nothing valuable in the house) the house occupant.
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post Jul 19 2011, 10:36 PM

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QUOTE(REEN YONG @ Jul 12 2011, 10:49 PM)
I bought my from Top Security Door. 5ft front + 3 ft back total RM3499 including installation. Avoid China type as i have compare them before and China type is quite bad in quality.
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got contact to share ? or webpage ?

QUOTE(weikee @ Jul 12 2011, 11:03 PM)
The lock very important, it lock in side, top and bottom. If jam is hell a hard time to take it out. Also a good quality hinge is a must.

I won't be using this. The conventional Steel door will be god for me.
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ya this is what i worried.. but i found alternative to remain my sliding door, so at least if it's jam i still can use my sliding door lol (my sliding door with grill ya)


QUOTE(kelvyn @ Jul 13 2011, 08:54 AM)
If you are already going for this route (using the security doors) then might as well get the better ones.
Someday you may find yourself either locked in or locked out  tongue.gif
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yup i also scare hahaha doh.gif

QUOTE(Nitrous @ Jul 13 2011, 04:27 PM)
I have just placed a deposit on Top Security doors for my front and back of my house, I hope they aren't that bad for locally made products. An alternative for those who are interested, are security doors from SKB, they have a new range of security doors recently. And yea, they are local too...

Edit : grammar.
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price on ur TOP security door ? mind to share the contact ?? and got SKB contact ??

QUOTE(Uzumaki NaruTo @ Jul 13 2011, 08:14 PM)
Nah its not like i got lots of expensive stuffs in the house. Its the occupant inside the house im protecting sweat.gif if they want to take my old notebooks , outdated console be my guest ; The thing is now they attack ( probably mad as there's nothing valuable in the house) the house occupant.
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ya this is also what i worried sad.gif

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QUOTE(Kelvin5717 @ Jul 19 2011, 10:36 PM)
price on ur TOP security door  ? mind to share the contact ?? and got SKB contact ??
I customized my security door from Top Security Door Enterprise, thus it will be more expensive that normal doors. You can take a look at their website below.
Top Security Door

SKB steel doors...
SKB Shutter Steel Security Door



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post Jul 20 2011, 02:05 PM

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Anyone know how much to replace the whole set of lock for front security door if the lock system is broken (by thief)??




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post Jul 21 2011, 06:35 PM

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Errr,,, I need help here guys.
I am looking for a back area kitchen door.
Those door that opens to the back "lorong area.
I heard that it should be a 2 layer door in 1 frame build and its water proof.
Any recommendations?
Price range?
Design?
China made cheaper?!? icon_question.gif
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QUOTE(phoenix69 @ Jul 21 2011, 06:35 PM)
Errr,,, I need help here guys.
I am looking for a back area kitchen door.
Those door that opens to the back "lorong area.
I heard that it should be a 2 layer door in 1 frame build and its water proof.
Any recommendations?
Price range?
Design?
China made cheaper?!?  icon_question.gif
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Door open facing outside for KC is a standard, and 2 layer basically indicated that a small door open for air flow instead of open the whole back door.
Some prefer local, some prefer China...it all depend on yourself and also the price from your negotiation...

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QUOTE(Jo_da48 @ Jul 21 2011, 10:00 PM)
Door open facing outside for KC is a standard, and 2 layer basically indicated that a small door open for air flow instead of open the whole back door.
Some prefer local, some prefer China...it all depend on yourself and also the price from your negotiation...
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Where to get ? and what is the price range? icon_question.gif
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QUOTE(phoenix69 @ Jul 22 2011, 09:10 PM)
Where to get ? and what is the price range?  icon_question.gif
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Normally those 3'7 door can be use for back door. The can be intercharge either facing IN or Out, depend on what you use for.
http://topsecuritydoor.com.my/products.html

The photo "PP1-152b B Indoor-027" on the link, you could see that a small door open (Like a window, secure by grill), which give a choice to open for air flow yet still protecting.


For me, I get from Morris Decor Malaysia Sdn Bhd. Main door (6'7") plus back door (3'7" cost RM3.6K, I guess the small door could be around 1.3 to 1.5 maybe.

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Guys,

In your quest to secure your homes, do not overlook other important areas. biggrin.gif

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QUOTE(Nitrous @ Jul 13 2011, 04:27 PM)
I have just placed a deposit on Top Security doors for my front and back of my house, I hope they aren't that bad for locally made products. An alternative for those who are interested, are security doors from SKB, they have a new range of security doors recently. And yea, they are local too...

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I am using Top Security door and so far, I have no problem with them.



QUOTE(Uzumaki NaruTo @ Jul 13 2011, 05:22 PM)
Door got no grille? I am moving to landed but all this while i live on apartment. Right now my front door got 2 bolt (one can be locked from outside) and i put magnetic sensor (subscribing to ADT ) . Same thing with back door. 2 dead bolt (1 up 1 down ) with grille. Is it still not secure compared to the security door? Really concern as i am moving in to a new housing area and there's only few of us moving in.
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Are you using solid timber door? If it's the cheap plywood door, then no matter how many locks you are using, it's no use.
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i also just booked 2 top security door....1.3 each


Added on July 25, 2011, 12:17 ami think they are just slightly expensive if you need to change door frame + wooden door + grill.....so i just make up mind easily to get them

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QUOTE(bteoh @ Jul 25 2011, 12:16 AM)
i also just booked 2 top security door....1.3 each


Added on July 25, 2011, 12:17 ami think they are just slightly expensive if you need to change door frame + wooden door + grill.....so i just make up mind easily to get them
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Does the price include installation, or they will charge extra for plastering back the wall? Thks. smile.gif
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Some of the security door which written stainless steel actually is not 304 stainless steel...a lot of people tertipu....some of them rust within a year if expose to water like rain...

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I have 1 security door installed by Top Security, so far so good. My experience was their after sales service was bad. Hope they have improved.
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what is the use for security door ?

thief dont usually break the door !
they come thru windows , unlock the door . thru rooftop.


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QUOTE(NelsonBoy @ Aug 23 2011, 10:09 PM)
what is the use for security door ?

thief dont usually break the door !
they come thru windows , unlock the door . thru rooftop.
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rclxms.gif rclxms.gif rclxms.gif agree with you. If install security door but do not secure the other potential entrance area, no use.
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QUOTE(NelsonBoy @ Aug 23 2011, 09:09 PM)
what is the use for security door ?

thief dont usually break the door !
they come thru windows , unlock the door . thru rooftop.
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Security Door look nice mah.. Cost extra only a little... rclxms.gif
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Installing Security Door is OK. Just have to also look at other weak areas where intruders can enter.
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Ordered security doors for both back n front (5x7 + 3x7) rm3400..THC, local made brand..feels ok la..up to my expectation
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QUOTE(kelvyn @ Aug 24 2011, 08:41 AM)
Installing Security Door is OK. Just have to also look at other weak areas where intruders can enter.
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What will you suggest for the window and roof?
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My gripe is the security door lock "key". mad.gif
The key feels so flimsy. sad.gif
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i check Top Security Door/ THC Security Door/ New Edge Security Door....
all from same source i guess.

was quote rm3788 for 5'x8' + 3'x7'


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QUOTE(skng03 @ Sep 17 2011, 09:14 AM)
i check Top Security Door/ THC Security Door/ New Edge Security Door....
all from same source i guess.

was quote rm3788 for 5'x8' + 3'x7'
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Have you check with Morrisdecor?

http://www.morrisdecor.com/

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Was thinking integrate a electric lock with these security doors, but no luck yet
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anyone bought security/steel door fm Thiam Sieng Gp before ? saw their promo @ RM1699 + installation RM1k = RM2699 for one 5x7 and one 3x7.
any review on this co. ?

http://www.thiamsiengsteel.com
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QUOTE(ahter @ Sep 24 2011, 10:49 PM)
anyone bought security/steel door fm Thiam Sieng Gp before ? saw their promo @ RM1699 + installation RM1k = RM2699 for one 5x7 and one 3x7. 
any review on this co. ?

http://www.thiamsiengsteel.com
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Can't believe my eyes, blink.gif
Usually RM3500 to RM3800 package price for one 3X7 and one 5X7 including installation.
That is sooo cheap !!! shocking.gif shocking.gif shocking.gif
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wow so cheap..damn.i wonder how's the quality like??

bought THC security door, 3x7+5x7 for 3.4k sweat.gif
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Cheap.

My wooden 58" x 93" door already cost me 1.8k, lock another RM 500 to 1k depend selection, and another rm 400 for installation. Plus Grill.. Already add up to more than what you guys buying.

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QUOTE(ahter @ Sep 24 2011, 10:49 PM)
anyone bought security/steel door fm Thiam Sieng Gp before ? saw their promo @ RM1699 + installation RM1k = RM2699 for one 5x7 and one 3x7. 
any review on this co. ?

http://www.thiamsiengsteel.com
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Check the tightness and stainless class on this promotion...

I recall some door are very light and the quality of it is rclxub.gif

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Anybody use THC or sky-horse products???
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i just installed mine, not yet start using already rosak. yes, it's THC security door. I called the CSR. well she said it's going to take them FEW days to visit my house. what do you think? @@
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sorry to hear that... should think of other brand.
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QUOTE(hanalolu @ May 1 2011, 02:13 PM)
Dear forumer here, can I know where to get this security door with cheaper price? I got quote from 1 of the supplier, 4.5ft front door + 3ft back door,rm3388,plus installation.Any one got it more cheaper?tq
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Dear sirs.

Glad to se your information .
We can quote you feverable price.
We advise aluminium door and pvc door .
If necessary , pls send the specicfication and your web .


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Hi Guyz,

Have anyone here tried 'Yong Fong' Stainless Steel Door b4?! I was quoted 1 unit 3x7 (Full Stainless Steel Door - Grade A) with RM2550 c/w installation.. Izzit worth?!

Thanks for advice.. smile.gif
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when we talk about security door..be careful with THC METAL ENGINEERING..they are the worst company i've ever dealt with..remember THC METAL ENGINEERING
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QUOTE(sofeaishak @ Jan 17 2012, 03:31 PM)
when we talk about security door..be careful with THC METAL ENGINEERING..they are the worst company i've ever dealt with..remember THC METAL ENGINEERING
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LOL, yeah i'm using THC for front and backk door

Any particular problem ur facing? Yeah i got them @ 3.4k, i must admit, quality is just average, but acceptable to me.
i didn't face any problem with them during the whole dealing

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does anyone know where to buy security door with reasonable price in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah? Thanks!
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QUOTE(skng03 @ Sep 17 2011, 09:14 AM)
i check Top Security Door/ THC Security Door/ New Edge Security Door....
all from same source i guess.

was quote rm3788 for 5'x8' + 3'x7'
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New Edge? i've been looking for this company...

called up many times, nobody picked up the phone..


i suspect the company already closed down... cry.gif


anyone bought any security doors from them?

or have they shifted somewhere? changed contact numbers already?

thanks!
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QUOTE(sofeaishak @ Jan 17 2012, 03:31 PM)
when we talk about security door..be careful with THC METAL ENGINEERING..they are the worst company i've ever dealt with..remember THC METAL ENGINEERING
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Share your story. Give details lah.
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QUOTE(Mel2 @ May 18 2012, 11:17 AM)
New Edge? i've been looking for this company...

called up many times, nobody picked up the phone..
i suspect the company already closed down... cry.gif
anyone bought any security doors from them?

or have they shifted somewhere? changed contact numbers already?

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look for their resale agent+ installer better, i got mine from a shop at sg long, good service i must say thumbup.gif


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QUOTE(ahter @ Sep 24 2011, 10:49 PM)
anyone bought security/steel door fm Thiam Sieng Gp before ? saw their promo @ RM1699 + installation RM1k = RM2699 for one 5x7 and one 3x7. 
any review on this co. ?

http://www.thiamsiengsteel.com
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QUOTE(Jo_da48 @ Sep 25 2011, 12:46 AM)
Check the tightness and stainless class on this promotion...

I recall some door are very light and the quality of it is  rclxub.gif
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i did check this out @ GIANT bdr kinrara, made in china, cash n carry, not include installation and no warranty....so not deal with them

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What will you suggest for the window and roof?
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Ss steel grill ,add extra wood to narrow gap on roof where u put the tiles


Added on May 20, 2012, 8:38 pmHello all owners , how secure is ur security door all this while ? I'm thinking of getting one for my front n back door . I've seen YouTube video where they pick open the euro lock that security door are using

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QUOTE(pg84 @ May 20 2012, 08:32 PM)
Ss steel grill ,add extra wood to narrow gap on roof where u put the tiles


Added on May 20, 2012, 8:38 pmHello all owners , how secure is ur security door all this while ? I'm thinking of getting one for my front n back door . I've seen YouTube video where they pick open the euro lock that security door are using
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Thanks,

for Window, the window grills was re-enforced with steel in the hollow grills and it was build inside the house. Will apply security film on some of the glass.

for Doors, I just decided to build metal grills instead of using single security door.

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Visited MorrisDecor, ThiamSieng, TopSecurity(New Edge) in the pass few days. . . This is my experience..

ThiamSieng
- 5*7 + 3*7 Combo deal close to RM3,000
- 6*7 + 3*7 Combo deal close to RM3,600
> Understand it is from China. Quality so so ...

Top Security
- 5*7 + 3*7 Combo deal close to RM3,4xx
- 6*7 + 3*7 Combo deal RM3,7xx
> Most part are locally made with factory in Klang. Some parts are from China. Quality bearable. .

Morris Decor
- 5*7 + 3*7 Combo deal close to RM3,5xx
- 6*7 + 3*7 Combo deal RM3,8xx
> China product. More varieties on material and plenty of design. Quality bearable. ..

I need to hear from their customer on their services. ..
Wish to hear from you all before make any decision ...

What about GM Door from Klang?

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I have visited Sky hourse, the price also 3.4k for one front door and one back door. With this package u can enjoy cheaper price for front gate, swing type. Around 2.5k with arm.
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Anyone who installed Janus Security door before? hows the performance? if compare to stainless steel security door, which one better? Top security quote me RM2800-RM2900 for 5 x 7 door.
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QUOTE(pooi_pooi1 @ Jun 25 2012, 11:50 AM)
Mel2,

I went to one of their dealer & found the cheapest for 3x7 ft door is RM1300 with installation (exclude wetwork). My friend also got quoted same price from other shop (not New Edge). Price wise is same.

Please share your knowledge on security door. Why must look for New Edge? What is their difference with other security door? Quality, durability or price?

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Hi Pooi Pooi, mind to share the contact for your contact for security door pls? I'm looking for 3'x7' security door for my new house too, thanks in advance! notworthy.gif
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Do you guys think all doors are standard sizes?
Will a developer try something funky and setting frame that's taller, narrower?
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Will a developer try something funky and setting frame that's taller, narrower?
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Why not, ht 7' normal house, 8' ht for average house n now we see lot of 6'x10 for main door

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Do you guys think all doors are standard sizes?
Will a developer try something funky and setting frame that's taller, narrower?
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Now many house come with 8' height. I made my main for 5' x 8' too. Except other door I use 3' x 7'
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i just done my 3x7 security door for rm 1200 only, gv u the contact 0162199961, his website like... www.autogatesmalaysia.com...
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QUOTE(Lovein @ Jun 27 2012, 12:39 AM)
i just done my 3x7 security door for rm 1200 only, gv u the contact 0162199961, his website like... www.autogatesmalaysia.com...
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made in china or malaysia?
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be careful about when purchasing stainless steel security door...remember to ask whether is 304 stainless steel or not...a lot of people who bought stainless steel security door after expose to sunlight and rain, it has rusted..


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Any one have experience with L&L Design concept selling security door from Wanli security door using assa abloy lock?

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QUOTE(nitromx @ Jun 27 2012, 10:07 AM)
made in china or malaysia?
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I ask him this be4 too.. According to him is local made with china accessories..smile.gif
Quite honest guy for me, haha.. rclxms.gif
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hi, just a stupid question, do we need to keep the wooden door if we install the security door? thanks for advise.
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hi, just a stupid question, do we need to keep the wooden door if we install the security door? thanks for advise.
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u can't, as the old door frame need to remove only can install the security door
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Now for a 3x7 security door is RM1250 with installation.
Anyone interested pls pm for the supplier no.

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Maybe u can check up with Golden Best Security Door Trading
http://www.facebook.com/goldenbesttrading

They are having promotion now!!!
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anyone know which supplier will do the all the work for us such as remove existing door frame, install new door frame/door + cement + painting? just wondering whether got supplier provide all the service so we dont have to find other contractor to come and do cement/patch work and paint. Thanks.
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QUOTE(skng03 @ Jul 6 2012, 12:13 PM)
u can't, as the old door frame need to remove only can install the security door
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Can we retain the exiting grill door while installing security door? Prefer to open the door while
at home and only leave the grill door closed

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Can we retain the exiting grill door while installing security door? Prefer to open the door while
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I think with the security door, you dont need anymore grill. With the security door, you alread have 2 doors in one. You can choose either a mini door (they are called door in door) or another door behind the security door that comes with it. U can leave the inner door open with the outer one locked.


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QUOTE(netcrawler @ Jul 17 2012, 12:39 AM)
Can we retain the exiting grill door while installing security door? Prefer to open the door while
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A security door actually is designed to do away with the need of a grill.
You just leave the small door(whithin the security door) open to get the same effect. wink.gif
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QUOTE(phoenix69 @ Jul 17 2012, 05:13 PM)
A security door actually is designed to do away with the need of a grill.
You just leave the small door(whithin the security door) open to get the same effect. wink.gif
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The grill could act at double protection for breaking in. Otherwise, the intruder just need to
break the security door and get into house smile.gif

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QUOTE(netcrawler @ Jul 17 2012, 09:06 PM)
The grill could act at double protection for breaking in. Otherwise, the intruder just need to
break the security door and get into house smile.gif
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The main security door has a double lock. The inner door has another lock.
With the grill and another padlock, that is a triple + double lock.
Walao ehhh. . , blink.gif
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If only 1 to choose, which thing will u all go with? Alarm (trigger alarm only but theft still in) or security door( no alarm but hardly break in)? I only got budget enough for one thing nw sad.gif plz share opinion
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QUOTE(ycngjack1 @ Jul 29 2012, 07:00 AM)
If only 1 to choose, which thing will u all go with? Alarm (trigger alarm only but theft still in) or security door( no alarm but hardly break in)? I only got budget enough for one thing nw sad.gif plz share opinion
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Who say security door is hardly break in? They give you warranty if break in can claim from then?

I seen security door been force open before. Also seen security door lock jam due to poor quality.

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QUOTE(ycngjack1 @ Jul 29 2012, 07:00 AM)
If only 1 to choose, which thing will u all go with? Alarm (trigger alarm only but theft still in) or security door( no alarm but hardly break in)? I only got budget enough for one thing nw sad.gif plz share opinion
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I choose to have both, install conseal magnetic aarm sensor & vibration senseor on security door smile.gif

QUOTE(weikee @ Jul 29 2012, 09:34 AM)
Who say security door is hardly break in? They give you warranty if break in can claim from then?

I seen security door been force open before. Also seen security door lock jam due to poor quality.
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Yup even safe door also can force open…
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anyone using security door from Morris Decor? any comment on the quality?
sales person told me their doors are from China.
i was quoted rm3600 for front 5'x7'+back 3'x7'combo include delivery+installation, reasonable?

is there anything we can do to prevent the lock from jamming itself? any maintenance/pre caution we should take?

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Hi,

Have you checked security door package from Top Security? If not mistaken 5x7" + 3x7" with delivery & installation is $3488 only.
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Yes. Ordered mine with Top Security .. RM3488 for 5x7" + 3x7" with delivery + installation..
However, the installation do not include the cement and touch up on the door frame. .
It is advisable to have a contractor on standby to do so ..
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Just placed an order with goldenbesttrading for 2 stainless steel door 3X7 for RM4.6k.

I understand this is not 304 material but using 201 material as the seller informed me.

The reason why i didn't opt for top edge even though they quoted me rm2k each for the stainless steel door (they claim is 304 material), they couldn't arrange a contractor to do the wet work.

GBT quoted me everything inclusive of removal, tiling and plastering.

One thing i do notice a difference in top edge door, they have additional security pin lock on the hinge side.


I hope i made the right decision of trying out china door. gulp.
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Most of the security door using 1 key to trigger upper, middle, lower lock. When u use the key to open the middle lock, it using one straight round metal to trigger the upper and lower lock to unlock by pushing up+down. If this round metal not straight, in future might face can't open the door. After this, i purposely go survey this type of door which can "see thru" the inner part of this security lock. I further raise my concern to another security door supplier, he told me that modern security door eliminate this issue by reduce the distance for this 3 lock.


Added on August 2, 2012, 2:10 pmMost of the security door using 1 key to trigger upper, middle, lower lock. When u use the key to open the middle lock, it using one straight round metal to trigger the upper and lower lock to unlock by pushing up+down. If this round metal not straight, in future might face can't open the door. After this, i purposely go survey this type of door which can "see thru" the inner part of this security lock. I further raise my concern to another security door supplier, he told me that modern security door eliminate this issue by reduce the distance for this 3 lock.

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so are u using this "see thru" door now? from which shop?
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i finally go for custom make stainless steel door, with 2 doors, 4 locks, total cost RM5K.
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Installed mine yesterday ..
Bought from Top Security - 5*7 and 3*7. smile.gif
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just want to ask, my front door realtively small than the standard size of security door.. my door only 80 cm width or 2 ' 6 feet ony. so how to install security door....
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just want to ask, my front door realtively small than the standard size of security door.. my door only 80 cm width or 2 ' 6 feet ony. so how to install security door....
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No choice, you have to hack the concrete around your door frame.
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QUOTE(squalluz @ Sep 25 2012, 11:49 PM)
No choice, you have to hack the concrete around your door frame.
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ussually instalation cost include this hacking the wall or not
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QUOTE(saigetsu @ Sep 28 2012, 11:12 AM)
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any comments on using security door?
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my contractor bought the security door but the way it open is wrong...
door shld b intstall butt by butt ma, when open the door, it shld b close to the wall...


im gonna ask him to hack n change it..duno he willing to do so onot..haih..headache .....
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anyone bought fr top security recently?

how much 5x7 n 3x7 security door?

thanks in advance.
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can our local security door pass test above? sad.gif
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QUOTE(chrisng3 @ Dec 28 2011, 09:29 AM)
Hi Guyz,

Have anyone here tried 'Yong Fong' Stainless Steel Door b4?! I was quoted 1 unit 3x7 (Full Stainless Steel Door - Grade A) with RM2550 c/w installation.. Izzit worth?!

Thanks for advice.. smile.gif
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U from jb area ? Actually I see a lot of ppl using fong yong for their back door ,my neighbour most using this brand. Looks sold and full ss
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Wao...I think the price of your steel door is quite quite cheap. I got it for very high range. Can you please tell me from where you have buy this??
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QUOTE(dialdoor @ Dec 24 2012, 08:01 PM)
Wao...I think the price of your steel door is quite quite cheap. I got it for very high range. Can you please tell me from where you have buy this??
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Guys, just a quick note. I see many people recommending some of the cheaper brands like 3k for front and back door package. There are generally a few flaws in the designs of these doors.

1. Hinge is exposed if the door opens outwards. They use normal Full Mortise Hinges. That's the type which you find on most doors. If the hinge is on the inside, it is not too bad. But most back doors open outwards and thus expose the hinges. These can be jacked fairly easily, even if they are 'seal welded'. Fully concealed hinges are the best.

2. Many do not have an all round frame. Most of the cheaper doors have to top and two sides of the frame – like a normal door frame. This leaves a gap between the floor and the bottom of the door, especially if it is poorly installed. My friend experienced this problem. He now has to use a sweeper strip along the bottom to seal from outside dust etc. The main problem here is it creates a pry point.

3. There are a number of security doors that have built in ‘grills’ where we can open a small inner panel for ventilation. To be frank, I’ve looked through many designs and brands. Some have welded in grills etc. which are better but still not ideal. The inner panels are also very weak, especially their locking mechanisms - they can be easily pushed through/punched out with not too much force. If you want a grill, you’ll need a double layer door+grill system. Unfortunately most of these incorporate both into one panel severely reducing safety. If you want ventilation, open your windows wink.gif

4. Check to see that the panel of the door is from a single sheet. Many use multiple pieces welded together to optimize material consumption. Single sheet hydraulically pressed panels are the best.

Hope this helps ya’ll select tongue.gif

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QUOTE(neosaint99 @ Dec 27 2012, 03:45 PM)
Guys, just a quick note. I see many people recommending some of the cheaper brands like 3k for front and back door package. There are generally a few flaws in the designs of these doors.

1. Hinge is exposed if the door opens outwards. They use normal Full Mortise Hinges. That's the type which you find on most doors. If the hinge is on the inside, it is not too bad. But most back doors open outwards and thus expose the hinges. These can be jacked fairly easily, even if they are 'seal welded'. Fully concealed hinges are the best.

2. Many do not have an all round frame. Most of the cheaper doors have to top and two sides of the frame – like a normal door frame. This leaves a gap between the floor and the bottom of the door, especially if it is poorly installed. My friend experienced this problem. He now has to use a sweeper strip along the bottom to seal from outside dust etc. The main problem here is it creates a pry point.

3. There are a number of security doors that have built in ‘grills’ where we can open a small inner panel for ventilation. To be frank, I’ve looked through many designs and brands. Some have welded in grills etc. which are better but still not ideal. The inner panels are also very weak, especially their locking mechanisms - they can be easily pushed through/punched out with not too much force. If you want a grill, you’ll need a double layer door+grill system. Unfortunately most of these incorporate both into one panel severely reducing safety. If you want ventilation, open your windows wink.gif

4. Check to see that the panel of the door is from a single sheet. Many use multiple pieces welded together to optimize material consumption. Single sheet hydraulically pressed panels are the best.

Hope this helps ya’ll select  tongue.gif
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I was quoted full ss grade A front big small door + kitchen full ss grade A for 6100 without installation . From fong yong . Compared to new edge/top security , theirs is better cos of the high tensile properties of ss
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QUOTE(pg84 @ Dec 31 2012, 07:35 AM)
I was quoted full ss grade A front big small door + kitchen full ss grade A for 6100 without installation . From fong yong . Compared to new edge/top security , theirs is better cos of the high tensile properties of ss
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When you say its better due to the high tensile properties of stainless steel, what are you comparing to? Generally carbon steel has better mechanical properties as compared to stainless steel, though the advantage of SS being inert is a definite plus. Its failure mode is also not as good as CS. There is no such thing as "Grade A" SS in the industry. Try to find out if it is 304, 316, 316L etc. These are the common high grade SSs (corrosion resistance, not strength).

I checked out Fong Yong's doors and from their website, they use the full mortise hinge design on all their doors. If this is true, then it should be a major concern. If they have conceled hinges, then the deal sounds better. Hope there are no 'built-in grills' too... wink.gif

There are high tensile grades of SS but these are generally considered to be more exotic and I doubt they will be used in door construction. They are generally used for pipes that convey corrosive fluids under high pressures.

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When you say its better due to the high tensile properties of stainless steel, what are you comparing to? Generally carbon steel has better mechanical properties as compared to stainless steel, though the advantage of SS being inert is a definite plus. Its failure mode is also not as good as CS. There is no such thing as "Grade A" SS in the industry. Try to find out if it is 304, 316, 316L etc. These are the common high grade SSs (corrosion resistance, not strength).

I checked out Fong Yong's doors and from their website, they use the full mortise hinge design on all their doors. If this is true, then it should be a major concern. If they have conceled hinges, then the deal sounds better. Hope there are no 'built-in grills' too... wink.gif

There are high tensile grades of SS but these are generally considered to be more exotic and I doubt they will be used in door construction. They are generally used for pipes that convey corrosive fluids under high pressures.
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Grade A means 304 , grade B 2xx , the composition of Cr is lower than grade A . This is more on corrosion resistance. For comparison if u read my post I'm comparing with newedge/top security 0.9mm zinc plate which they are using. So in terms of tensile strength ss is much more superior.

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Hi sifus,

During an expo, I've seen a company selling security doors, the hinges are concealed within the door frame, so when u close the doors, the hinges are hidden.

And also the door has an extra piece at the edge of the door, so when it closes, it will hide the gap between the door and frame as the extra piece would be on top of the frame.

But I forgot the company name, would anyone know the company or any other company that sells this similar type of doors?
My concern of the hinges and gaps is because, no use having such a heavy duty door, when they can easily destroy it through the hinges and gaps using a crowbar.
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I am not tech savvy so what sifus mentioned here puzzles me, it will be great if sifus here can point out which company has a better and safer security door, so that I can zoom in and buy it.

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Maybe it was Janus. Got mine from them. Description matches.

QUOTE(wchui22061985 @ Dec 31 2012, 11:25 AM)
Hi sifus,

During an expo, I've seen a company selling security doors, the hinges are concealed within the door frame, so when u close the doors, the hinges are hidden.

And also the door has an extra piece at the edge of the door, so when it closes, it will hide the gap between the door and frame as the extra piece would be on top of the frame.

But I forgot the company name, would anyone know the company or any other company that sells this similar type of doors?
My concern of the hinges and gaps is because, no use having such a heavy duty door, when they can easily destroy it through the hinges and gaps using a crowbar.
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Thanks neosaint. Yea I think it's this company. How much did you get your doors from em?
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Thanks neosaint. Yea I think it's this company. How much did you get your doors from em?
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i think it was about 2900+ for single back door, all included...previous was the normal plywood door...very flimsy
my front door is solid wood with a grill...quite solid construction and also no money to change...lol sweat.gif
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i just bought one, however the frame is much thicker than i thought, now there is a huge gap between the wall and the frame/jamb mad.gif

any suggestion how i close it ? the frame was like 2 inch thicker that the wall

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If that is the case, they will build a cement border for u. Included in the package for mine, tho it isn't required.

What does urs look like now? Can share some pics for us? smile.gif

QUOTE(feicom @ Jan 4 2013, 11:24 PM)
i just bought one, however the frame is much thicker than i thought, now there is a huge gap between the wall and the frame/jamb mad.gif

any suggestion how i close it ? the frame was like 2 inch thicker that the wall
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Could anyone who is currently using Top Security or New Edge security doors please feedback whether they are good? Thanks.

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QUOTE(wchui22061985 @ Dec 31 2012, 11:25 AM)
Hi sifus,

During an expo, I've seen a company selling security doors, the hinges are concealed within the door frame, so when u close the doors, the hinges are hidden.

And also the door has an extra piece at the edge of the door, so when it closes, it will hide the gap between the door and frame as the extra piece would be on top of the frame.

But I forgot the company name, would anyone know the company or any other company that sells this similar type of doors?
My concern of the hinges and gaps is because, no use having such a heavy duty door, when they can easily destroy it through the hinges and gaps using a crowbar.
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Do u mean this type of hinges?


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just wondering..i saw security doors without any place for padlock...meaning if they can pick the key lock already they can enter...anybody see security door with place for padlock?
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Wanna ask whether the lockset is fixed or I can buy from somewhere else and tell the door seller to install it. Because I dont want the same seller/installer to have my keys and they know my house. You know , what if they duplicate a set?

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You can try the security doors of Dialadoor. You can avail them at the least cut off from the pocket and an added point is that they are highly reliable.
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You can try the security doors of Dialadoor. You can avail them at the least cut off from the pocket and an added point is that they are highly reliable.
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Hi dialdoor , your reply for whose question? And could you share more details? Is that your shop ?

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I checked a few security doors myself, and found sky horse cheapest. I just paid deposit n got the promo package for 5 ft main door, and one back door. So excited to install it. Lucky me, only takes a week for delivery.
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quote=Ltash,May 21 2013, 12:54 PM]
I checked a few security doors myself, and found sky horse cheapest. I just paid deposit n got the promo package for 5 ft main door, and one back door. So excited to install it. Lucky me, only takes a week for delivery.
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How much?

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anyone bought fr top security recently?
how much 5x7 double door and 3x7 security door?
thanks.
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I check top security, it was 3688 for both doors
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[quote=Angrybirds88,May 21 2013, 10:33 PM]
quote=Ltash,May 21 2013, 12:54 PM]
I checked a few security doors myself, and found sky horse cheapest. I just paid deposit n got the promo package for 5 ft main door, and one back door. So excited to install it. Lucky me, only takes a week for delivery.
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This was $3388 smile.gif
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[quote=Ltash,May 21 2013, 11:50 PM]
How much?
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This was $3388 smile.gif
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Hi , how about the keys things? I'm worry coz the seller/installer has the keys and they will know wheres my house and what if they have duplicated key ?

Kindly share , thanks.


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No need to worry friend. They will have not duplicated keys. Be relax.
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[quote=stevie_G,May 22 2013, 04:30 PM]
This was $3388 smile.gif
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Hi , how about the keys things? I'm worry coz the seller/installer has the keys and they will know wheres my house and what if they have duplicated key ?

Kindly share , thanks.
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I just got my door installed and keys.

Its like this:
There's 2x contractor keys, 1x master key, 5x actual keys (master key n actual keys sealed In a box)

Once contractor finish your house, they'll give u back the keys. If u scared they copy that set, or don't return then to u, its ok.


Cuz ull use the master key to reset the lock. Once u reset, ur master key n contractors key won't fit In... Only the 5 actual keys will be in use.
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[quote=Ltash,May 28 2013, 11:59 PM]
Hi , how about the keys things? I'm worry coz the seller/installer has the keys and they will know wheres my house and what if they have duplicated key ?

Kindly share , thanks.
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I just got my door installed and keys.

Its like this:
There's 2x contractor keys, 1x master key, 5x actual keys (master key n actual keys sealed In a box)

Once contractor finish your house, they'll give u back the keys. If u scared they copy that set, or don't return then to u, its ok.
Cuz ull use the master key to reset the lock. Once u reset, ur master key n contractors key won't fit In... Only the 5 actual keys will be in use.
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anyone knoe what brand is this security door? i cant find any label on it ...
tis is the security door that my renovation contractor provide with the price quote.

ask tis contractor have done few house at my taman, when i check bac mine with other , i notice that other was given new edge brand...



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Most of the security door is powder coated, anyone know whether how good it will fare against rust if we were to install it as back door which constantly vulnerable to rain water...
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I get price 3' x 7' fully S/S RM1700. Is it worth?
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My renovation contract said is not advisable to get original lock for these kind of security door as it is quite fragile. He asked me to request to change to local lock set. Can it be done?
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Anyone heard about YSE security door? Price quoted is 5x7=RM3400 and 3x7 at RM1700 (including installation). Would like to know if the door quality is good and worth to purchase?

I am looking for a good quality security door, would appreciate if you guys can recommend. Thanks in advance.
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anyone knoe what brand is this security door? i cant find any label on it ...
tis is the security door that my renovation contractor provide with the price quote.

ask tis contractor have done few house at my taman, when i check bac mine with other , i notice that other was given new edge brand...
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Top Security http://www.topsecuritydoor.com.my
but recently they have problem to deliver... don't know why... keep delay the delivery hmm.gif
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yes, my contractor also telling me that all his clients are waiting for security door. there is one who has waited more than a month.
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Top Security http://www.topsecuritydoor.com.my
but recently they have problem to deliver... don't know why... keep delay the delivery hmm.gif
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i got a quote yesterday from Defense Security Door;

RM1,400 + Rm100 for transport. include transportation.

hacking and wet-works by ourself.

3' x 7' security door.

can you please advice me;

- what are the right questions to ask?

- is this a good deal?

thanks, billy



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I heard hacking & wet work need RM700.

QUOTE(billyboy @ Sep 30 2013, 12:51 PM)
i got a quote yesterday from Defense Security Door;

RM1,400 + Rm100 for transport. include transportation.

hacking and wet-works by ourself.

3' x 7' security door.

can you please advice me;

- what are the right questions to ask?

- is this a good deal?

thanks, billy
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QUOTE(billyboy @ Sep 30 2013, 12:51 PM)
i got a quote yesterday from Defense Security Door;

RM1,400 + Rm100 for transport. include transportation.

hacking and wet-works by ourself.

3' x 7' security door.

can you please advice me;

- what are the right questions to ask?

- is this a good deal?

thanks, billy
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Just got quotation from Top Security this morning for 3 * 7ft...RM1288 include installation. Hacking & wet works excluded. But not 304 stainless steel.

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It's been almost a year. So far no issue with the security door. The locking mechanism is still good.

I do find some rust spot but it's not an issue. A quick rub with wd40, and it's gone.

Mine is not 304 material but those grade B (201 material).
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Anyone have survey Janus security door before?
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Find one to two Indon worker. rm70 to 100 each. Tell them what you want them to do. Provide them transport.

Buy for them sand and cement, and voila, you can do the hacking n wet works now!

Or you might to hire the main-con for rm400.,,,.



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Hi, anyone installed a Double Layer security door before?
How do you find it? Will it be inconvenient to unlock 2 lock?
Plan to install security door but I prefer to have a grill for better air circulation, the normal window type opening on single layer security door feels very insecure in my opinion.
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Did anyone heard of Shinjin Homewares Marketing? Located nearby Plaza Perabot 1 Puchong, they are local Manufacturer and heard from my fren their quality, after sales service is good. Most important is their commitment are always meet in time. But compare with other their price is a bit higher

1 of my fren told me that actually Top Security door is New edge, but now New Edge are mainly doing production only, so they open many showrooms + New Edge's name alrdy bad in the market.


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I last week went to HomeDec Expo at KLCC, I saw several company of security door, the only 1 stand out is Janus, a standard size security door cost RM3000, but its still the best of all security door. the only downside is that the door doesn't have a secondary "window or door" to let the airflow go.

The rest security door pretty much the same feature. My concern is the hinge are exposed outside, is it dangerous or easy for the theft to get in?? Unlike Janus security door, others security door key can be reduplicate, while janus cant.

My concern also like forumer above, since they come and pasang the door, they know our address and pretty much the key can be duplicated. The door design also prevent me to pasang another metal/steel grill outside.

I ordered THC security door 2 standard size baru RM3000 single layer. i ordered from THC because they wen to every expo, so pretty much the company in good shape, wont lari my pintu. FYI RM3000 for 2 layer door from THC.

* I cant afford Janus...
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Hahaha i have order Janus yesterday.


QUOTE(Edison83 @ Oct 21 2013, 12:33 PM)
I last week went to HomeDec Expo at KLCC, I saw several company of security door, the only 1 stand out is Janus, a standard size security door cost RM3000, but its still the best of all security door. the only downside is that the door doesn't have a secondary "window or door" to let the airflow go.

The rest security door pretty much the same feature. My concern is the hinge are exposed outside, is it dangerous or easy for the theft to get in?? Unlike Janus security door, others security door key can be reduplicate, while janus cant.

My concern also like forumer above, since they come and pasang the door, they know our address and pretty much the key can be duplicated. The door design also prevent me to pasang another metal/steel grill outside.

I ordered THC security door 2 standard size baru RM3000 single layer. i ordered from THC because they wen to every expo, so pretty much the company in good shape, wont lari my pintu. FYI RM3000 for 2 layer door from THC.

* I cant afford Janus...
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New edge brand
RM1300 for single door included installation
RM3300 for single door and 5' x 7' door

call 016-2622285
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anyone know what is morris decor's email address?seems like they not responding on their gmail 1
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You have make booking with them? How much?


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You have make booking with them? How much?
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booked earlier this year..forgot how much ady,i think around 1.5-2 k.quality so-so nia,kinda regret not getting a good solid wood door =P
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QUOTE(Guess2910 @ Oct 10 2013, 05:32 PM)
Did anyone heard of Shinjin Homewares Marketing? Located nearby Plaza Perabot 1 Puchong, they are local Manufacturer and heard from my fren their quality, after sales service is good. Most important is their commitment are always meet in time. But compare with other their price is a bit higher

1 of my fren told me that actually Top Security door is New edge, but now New Edge are mainly doing production only, so they open many showrooms + New Edge's name alrdy bad in the market.
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Ya. I heard a lot of good review for shinjin too. Their product brand name is Secure. Their door panel are all made locally, but lock set is made in china, and their door hinge is stainless steel unlike others which uses normal steel with powder coat. I was quoted by a local shop for rm2700 for a 3' double layer with 304 stainless steel grill instead of 201 china stainless steel(if choose 201 less rm300).

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Hi, is anyone able to single out TOP 3 Security Doors in terms of Durability and Reliability ? There are so many nowadays, I'm really confused with all the sales talk rclxub.gif
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Oh! Since already book then nvm lar. Try another way to secure your house like alarm or cctv. I have made 2 units too from Janus.

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booked earlier this year..forgot how much ady,i think around 1.5-2 k.quality so-so nia,kinda regret not getting a good solid wood door =P
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QUOTE(Edison83 @ Oct 21 2013, 12:33 PM)
I last week went to HomeDec Expo at KLCC, I saw several company of security door, the only 1 stand out is Janus, a standard size security door cost RM3000, but its still the best of all security door. the only downside is that the door doesn't have a secondary "window or door" to let the airflow go.

The rest security door pretty much the same feature. My concern is the hinge are exposed outside, is it dangerous or easy for the theft to get in?? Unlike Janus security door, others security door key can be reduplicate, while janus cant.

My concern also like forumer above, since they come and pasang the door, they know our address and pretty much the key can be duplicated. The door design also prevent me to pasang another metal/steel grill outside.

I ordered THC security door 2 standard size baru RM3000 single layer. i ordered from THC because they wen to every expo, so pretty much the company in good shape, wont lari my pintu. FYI RM3000 for 2 layer door from THC.

* I cant afford Janus...
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Hi Edison83,

If u are concern about the exposed hinges, maybe u can let the door swing in instead of swing out ( if there is enough space inside). There will be additional changes for doors swing in (RM 100 - Rm 200) .
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QUOTE(Quiana @ Oct 22 2013, 09:57 AM)
Hi Edison83,

If u are concern about the exposed hinges, maybe u can let the door swing in instead of swing out ( if there is enough space inside). There will be additional changes for doors swing in (RM 100 - Rm 200) .
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are you from THC?

I have 2nd though of top up for double door.... will I still get expo price?
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QUOTE(Edison83 @ Oct 22 2013, 11:25 AM)
are you from THC?

I have 2nd though of top up for double door.... will I still get expo price?
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Open inside additional RM100 only..
Promotion : 1250 (included installation) for 3' x 7' single door (additional RM100 for open inside)
Can call 016-2622285
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QUOTE(Edison83 @ Oct 22 2013, 11:25 AM)
are you from THC?

I have 2nd though of top up for double door.... will I still get expo price?
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No lah, I am end user. I hv concern like u regarding the hinges, so I make the door swing in and the hinges will be inside the house lor smile.gif
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QUOTE(Quiana @ Oct 22 2013, 12:57 PM)
No lah, I am end user. I hv concern like u regarding the hinges, so I make the door swing in and the hinges will be inside the house lor smile.gif
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thanks, will check out with THC soon, yesterday I call all their number.... no body pick up the phone. I think they able to hit target on homedec, now on company vacation or something...

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QUOTE(Quiana @ Oct 22 2013, 12:57 PM)
No lah, I am end user. I hv concern like u regarding the hinges, so I make the door swing in and the hinges will be inside the house lor smile.gif
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did you put another grilled steel door outside?
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Why still want install grille door? Not satisfied your security door?


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did you put another grilled steel door outside?
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I did not add any grill. Anyway, I use the security door that open half only, not full, felt more comfortable opening just the top portion. smile.gif I use the security door for kitchen area only. Front , door and grill.
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I reinspect THC Security door, it seems I doesn't need to worried about the hinge exposed, because it has some steel bar behind, even if the thief manage to cut the hinge, there no way the thief can detach the door due to the steel bar below the hinge block it from getting removed.

My concern still the master key getting copied secretly. This is the 1st reason I wanna put another grill bar outside. Wondering if can ask them make some rabbit ear on the door or not...

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any comment on YSE brand? what is price for Janus 3x7?
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Janus 3 x 7 RM2988. Go test their quality first. Sometime cheap doesn't means good quality. Ask yourself why you wanna purchase security door.


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RM1,500, 1.2mm thick

i not seller, i just have this door installed in my house recently


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QUOTE(bsm88 @ Oct 28 2013, 09:45 PM)
RM1,500, 1.2mm thick

i not seller, i just have this door installed in my house recently
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May i know from which company? Includes installation?
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QUOTE(pskhoo @ Oct 21 2013, 05:29 PM)
New edge brand
RM1300 for single door included installation
RM3300 for single door and 5' x 7' door

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But they advertised RM1900. Or they have different qualities?


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QUOTE(girlizz @ Oct 31 2013, 12:01 PM)
But they advertised RM1900. Or they have different qualities?
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That is stainless steel door.
I quote is powder coated door.
If stainless steel door we sell RM1800.


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QUOTE(pskhoo @ Oct 21 2013, 05:29 PM)
New edge brand
RM1300 for single door included installation
RM3300 for single door and 5' x 7' door

call 016-2622285
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You only cover KL/Selangor area?
Johor have? hmm.gif

Aside, any Janus rep/agent here that cover Johor area?


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you should call their HQ.

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You only cover KL/Selangor area?
Johor have?  hmm.gif

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Actually I've seen Janus brochure and product before in last year Mar Home Fair in JB. I got keep it till today.

I dig it out, and go to the given address for the agent stated in the brochure, you cant imagine the scenario of it.

Maybe it's just an agent, the address given is a home address. Not a shop or office. You cant see any product there. As that "house" looks like foreign factory worker hostel, so I din stop to walk in as well.
I phoned the HP and Land phone number, no one pick up, so I left that place.

As for the New Edge, during Oct'14 Home Fair in JB, I feel like their price is not flexible enough...

Eg: Promotion RM3300 for single door and 5' x 7' door
I requested to take an upgrade of the 5' x7' door to "door within door type"
Promoter said cannot even though I said I willing to top up $$.
I did told her, I have intention to get 1 single door, 1 stainless steel and 1 5' x 7' "door within door"

She said, no such promo/discount price for it. IF you want, you need to pay as per individual price for each of it.... shocking.gif sweat.gif



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Guys those with security door installed, how u all reduce the gap at the bottom? Wanna block insects from coming in.
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QUOTE(10071985 @ Nov 6 2013, 08:05 AM)
Guys those with security door installed, how u all reduce the gap at the bottom? Wanna block insects from coming in.
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raise the floor biggrin.gif

i'm satisfied with YSE brand. Price 2.6k for 7x5 and 1.6k for 3x5. Some other shop selling more expensive.. manage to get at bkt tinggi klang.. star door.
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QUOTE(10071985 @ Nov 6 2013, 08:05 AM)
Guys those with security door installed, how u all reduce the gap at the bottom? Wanna block insects from coming in.
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The door sits lower than ur kitchen floor
so u have 3 level in total:
1. kitchen floor (highest)
2. another level for door to "sit" on
3. road

Just installed mine last month.


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Everybody is concern about the price, anyone know that after sales service is the most important thing, as recently my fren's door knob spoiled and she try to call the door shop (China Door to change the knob (A small knob inside the door, manual, not the key lock), they charge her RM300!!!! Listen RM300 is just for the bullshit knob only, not inclusive lockset, handle, cylinder lock etc...My fren really regret to bought a door like this kind of after sales service which is quoted with sky high price.....Quality also soso only.......so whoever going to buy security door better survey as well after sales service
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i just bought security door. cheapest i could find !

Rm1,350 [3' x 7' powder coated]

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03.3318 6035.

Removal of original grill, and wet works done by some workers currently doing some small reno at my place. More hassle than i anticipated.

Overall ok.
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[quote=kianchun555,Oct 22 2013, 12:19 AM]Ya. I

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QUOTE(Guess2910 @ Nov 23 2013, 09:59 AM)
Last few days my fren call me and she told me that his father's house are using Shinjin Door about 4years already, there's no problem at all, unlike her door, her hubby bought at exhibition, less than 2 year the knob already spoiled. She call the dealer, they quote her RM300 for the twist at internal door (Not the handle), if whole set lock change + this & that nearly about RM700.00. This lock is from china! Is anyone think this price is reasonable?  My friend call Shinjin and try ask for the price, they quote her much much cheaper than her Dealer.
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Becareful of the lock in security Door. It can get jammed.
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QUOTE(Solar freak @ Nov 25 2013, 03:22 PM)
Becareful of the lock in security Door. It can get jammed.
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Sometimes the security door is too "secure" that it secure you outside when the lock is jammed. sweat.gif
I have been surveying around and came across lots of brands, try to spend a little more and go for a brand with better quality. You can easily notice the differents between a "Buy 1 Free 1" brands and those better ones, especially on the hinges, finishing, and lockset.
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Hi, i would like to ask is it New Edge Security Door good enough? I mean the quality?

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Hi all, do you know where can i get a smaller security door? the normal security door need 41" for the width, but my kitchen door is only able to fit in for 39".
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please be carefull with china made. You can compare with local manufactured. also check the door thickness.. that more important. Never trust shop.
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QUOTE(chienoz @ Dec 20 2013, 08:18 AM)
Hi, i would like to ask is it New Edge Security Door good enough? I mean the quality?

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IMO, just normal only. Try to look at YSE and Secure. If I not mistaken Secure is from Shinjin marketing and they got a factory in Puchong. Price is slightly higher, but the quality and after sales service is good according to experience from relatives.

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QUOTE(trdchuckie @ Feb 21 2013, 01:04 PM)
Do u mean this type of hinges?
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Which brand is having this type of hinges? Went to top security door they are having year end promo.
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6' x 7' + 3' x 7' = rm4639 (with local 304 grilles, China grille Rm3499)
5' x 7' + 3' x 7' = rm4349 (ditto, China = rm3399)

How was it?



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QUOTE(quintesson @ Dec 23 2013, 06:01 PM)
Which brand is having this type of hinges? Went to top security door they are having year end promo.
Quoted:

6' x 7' + 3' x 7' = rm4639 (with local 304 grilles, China grille Rm3499)
5' x 7' + 3' x 7' = rm4349 (ditto, China = rm3399)

How was it?
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Try to survey for the price for YSE & Secure. I have been to many of this show room, so far, this 2 brands I found is having better built quality in my opinion. And also there are a post mentioned about shinjin marketing providing good after sales service, and they are the manufacturer for Secure brand.
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compare quality first. For example thickness, lock & bottom track.


QUOTE(kianchun555 @ Dec 24 2013, 09:27 AM)
Try to survey for the price for YSE & Secure. I have been to many of this show room, so far, this 2 brands I found is having better built quality in my opinion. And also there are a post mentioned about shinjin marketing providing good after sales service, and they are the manufacturer for Secure brand.
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QUOTE(bsm88 @ Oct 28 2013, 09:45 PM)
RM1,500, 1.2mm thick

i not seller, i just have this door installed in my house recently
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1.2mm? Stainless steel?
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QUOTE(pskhoo @ Oct 21 2013, 05:29 PM)
New edge brand
RM1300 for single door included installation
RM3300 for single door and 5' x 7' door

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What type of installation?
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just surveyed two companies for a 3 x 7 double layered door

shinjin is 2000, 304 steel, inclusive of installation and delivery.. manufactured locally
janus is 3000, exclusive of 500 installation and 200 delivery.. import from china
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QUOTE(meteoraniac @ Jan 6 2014, 09:07 PM)
just surveyed two companies for a 3 x 7 double layered door

shinjin is 2000, 304 steel, inclusive of installation and delivery.. manufactured locally
janus is 3000, exclusive of 500 installation and 200 delivery.. import from china
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Hi, mind to share more on the shinjin you mentioned? I have surveyed few shops including calling to shinjin, but the double layer security door with 304 steel will cost about RM2.4k. So your price of RM2k is really good.
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QUOTE(meteoraniac @ Jan 6 2014, 09:07 PM)
just surveyed two companies for a 3 x 7 double layered door

shinjin is 2000, 304 steel, inclusive of installation and delivery.. manufactured locally
janus is 3000, exclusive of 500 installation and 200 delivery.. import from china
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QUOTE(kianchun555 @ Jan 7 2014, 09:54 AM)
Hi, mind to share more on the shinjin you mentioned? I have surveyed few shops including calling to shinjin, but the double layer security door with 304 steel will cost about RM2.4k. So your price of RM2k is really good.
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my bad, the shinjin that I ordered is single layer but can open inside layer to let air through. I find that is sufficient already since the door itself has quite a number of security features to deter if not significantly delay the break in time.

the original price is 1700 (incl installation and delivery) but since my door size is not standard 3 x 7, i have to custom made for additional 300. still reasonable in my opinion. The fact that they manufacture locally and able to provide immediate assistance gives me a peace of mind in case the door or lock mechanism is faulty (fingers crossed).

so im guessing ur double layer at 2.4k (increment of 700 from 1700) is quite reasonable as well

suggest u to drop by their factory to visit them


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QUOTE(meteoraniac @ Jan 7 2014, 08:49 PM)
my bad, the shinjin that I ordered is single layer but can open inside layer to let air through. I find that is sufficient already since the door itself has quite a number of security features to deter if not significantly delay the break in time.

the original price is 1700 (incl installation and delivery) but since my door size is not standard 3 x 7, i have to custom made for additional 300. still reasonable in my opinion. The fact that they manufacture locally and able to provide immediate assistance gives me a peace of mind in case the door or lock mechanism is faulty (fingers crossed).

so im guessing ur double layer at 2.4k (increment of 700 from 1700) is quite reasonable as well

suggest u to drop by their factory to visit them
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Yes. I like their quality as compare to other manufacturer which provide buy 1 free 1 promo. I have asked before, for single layer, the price is about RM1.7k as you mentioned.
The reason I prefer double layer,
1) Can let 1 layer open while still having another layer locked for better air flow. Door in door design can do so, but opening the middle portion looks a bit flimsy.
2) Before opening the door, I can have a clear view of the car porch, just to avoid any robbers hiding at car porch and waiting for you to open the door at dawn, as I have to leave my house early morning to work.

However, there are some thing to be noted when using double layer, the door frame thickness is 8", which might looks slightly protruded out from the wall if the wall thickess is only 5-6".

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QUOTE(kianchun555 @ Jan 8 2014, 05:47 PM)
Yes. I like their quality as compare to other manufacturer which provide buy 1 free 1 promo. I have asked before, for single layer, the price is about RM1.7k as you mentioned.
The reason I prefer double layer,
1) Can let 1 layer open while still having another layer locked for better air flow. Door in door design can do so, but opening the middle portion looks a bit flimsy.
2) Before opening the door, I can have a clear view of the car porch, just to avoid any robbers hiding at car porch and waiting for you to open the door at dawn, as I have to leave my house early morning to work.

However, there are some thing to be noted when using double layer, the door frame thickness is 8", which might looks slightly protruded out from the wall if the wall thickess is only 5-6".
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the larger door frame kinda put me off to pursue double layered biggrin.gif biggrin.gif


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QUOTE(meteoraniac @ Jan 7 2014, 08:49 PM)
my bad, the shinjin that I ordered is single layer but can open inside layer to let air through. I find that is sufficient already since the door itself has quite a number of security features to deter if not significantly delay the break in time.

the original price is 1700 (incl installation and delivery) but since my door size is not standard 3 x 7, i have to custom made for additional 300. still reasonable in my opinion. The fact that they manufacture locally and able to provide immediate assistance gives me a peace of mind in case the door or lock mechanism is faulty (fingers crossed).

so im guessing ur double layer at 2.4k (increment of 700 from 1700) is quite reasonable as well

suggest u to drop by their factory to visit them
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I agree with you. I just apply 1 front and 1 back. 2x double layer seems costy to me, so I put single layer, it seems damn durable already.
How many layer and how good a security door is, still depend on your neighbourhood, if lets say you have a semi-D up at the hill, I did say the most layered and best security door you can find.

at a newly builded house, I would say double layer seems is the best. If you are in a friendly busy/ occupied everytime neighbourhood, single layer is more than enough. They cant open these door without making a loud noise, not much difference than knocking down wall to enter your house.

Security windows also important as well. normal grill can be easily removed. some even without any noise. I use Majestec for my windows, while 3 windows cost as much as my 2 security door, it seems very good design for someone love wind breeze.

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QUOTE(Edison83 @ Feb 10 2014, 05:04 PM)
I agree with you. I just apply 1 front and 1 back. 2x double layer seems costy to me, so I put single layer, it seems damn durable already.
How many layer and how good a security door is, still depend on your neighbourhood, if lets say you have a semi-D up at the hill, I did say the most layered and best security door you can find.

at a newly builded house, I would say double layer seems is the best. If you are in a friendly busy/ occupied everytime neighbourhood, single layer is more than enough. They cant open these door without making a loud noise, not much difference than knocking down wall to enter your house.

Security windows also important as well. normal grill can be easily removed. some even without any noise. I use Majestec for my windows, while 3 windows cost as much as my 2 security door, it seems very good design for someone love wind breeze.
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Great insight, I've seen the Majestec windows on exhibition, it doesn't look very appealing, like a mosquito net. Having said that, it does provide you with peace of mind if it does the work. I'm looking at other options on securing my windows and sliding doors, like those with multiple locks and security tinting. Not a fan of grills.
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for security door which includes installation, what kind of installation are they referring to.

Does it include :
- hacking and removing the current door frame?
- cementing the holes between the new door frame and the wall?

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Anyone has been using security door long enough? Say 2-3 years? What's your feedback on this?

Recently went to the Perfect Living exhibition at PWTC and this idea came into my mind.. But manage to scout around for these doors during the exhibition, notice immediately there are some selling at premium price but VERY GOOD finishing and quality wise is there just by the view of it.. Also i do notice cheaper ones which has a rather lousy quality too..

Since the security door is so "secured" , what are the chances of this door to be spoilt? Probably due to the locking mechanism or due to key hole failure etc..? Any inputs will be much appreciated smile.gif
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QUOTE(shinchan99 @ Apr 17 2014, 05:38 PM)
Anyone has been using security door long enough? Say 2-3 years? What's your feedback on this?

Recently went to the Perfect Living exhibition at PWTC and this idea came into my mind.. But manage to scout around for these doors during the exhibition, notice immediately there are some selling at premium price but VERY GOOD finishing and quality wise is there just by the view of it.. Also i do notice cheaper ones which has a rather lousy quality too..

Since the security door is so "secured" , what are the chances of this door to be spoilt? Probably due to the locking mechanism or due to key hole failure etc..? Any inputs will be much appreciated smile.gif
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Afaik its the the locks.. Their inside is not rust etc proof. Once in a while wd40.
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QUOTE(shinchan99 @ Apr 17 2014, 05:38 PM)
Anyone has been using security door long enough? Say 2-3 years? What's your feedback on this?

Recently went to the Perfect Living exhibition at PWTC and this idea came into my mind.. But manage to scout around for these doors during the exhibition, notice immediately there are some selling at premium price but VERY GOOD finishing and quality wise is there just by the view of it.. Also i do notice cheaper ones which has a rather lousy quality too..

Since the security door is so "secured" , what are the chances of this door to be spoilt? Probably due to the locking mechanism or due to key hole failure etc..? Any inputs will be much appreciated smile.gif
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Have to got how many bar are used to lock your door. If just like normal door, I only need a 14KG cylinder to break open the door.

QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Apr 17 2014, 08:22 PM)
Afaik its the the locks.. Their inside is not rust etc proof. Once in a while wd40.
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Avoid using WD40 on all cost, use silicone lubricant are better thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(supersound @ Apr 17 2014, 08:28 PM)
Have to got how many bar are used to lock your door. If just like normal door, I only need a 14KG cylinder to break open the door.
Avoid using WD40 on all cost, use silicone lubricant are better thumbup.gif
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??? Thought all things that has metal movements use wd40. Explain dude pro n con n y silicon lub
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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Apr 17 2014, 08:31 PM)
??? Thought all things that has metal movements use wd40. Explain dude pro n con n y silicon lub
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http://www.wynnsusa.com/shop.aspx
I'm using wynn's silicone lubricant.
I choose this over WD40 as WD40 actually damage the surface more.
While silicone lubricant will provide a protecting layer on the surface and lubricates the internal of a lock.
Wynn's are quite expensive, you can try to look for cheaper brand at hardware shops.
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QUOTE(supersound @ Apr 17 2014, 08:28 PM)
Have to got how many bar are used to lock your door. If just like normal door, I only need a 14KG cylinder to break open the door.
Avoid using WD40 on all cost, use silicone lubricant are better thumbup.gif
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Ok read enough n made a call to locksmith i keep as emergency number. Both of us are wrong
He said use graphite powder.
Wd not advisable but wont damage the lock n stay away from silicone lub for locks.

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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Apr 17 2014, 08:45 PM)
Ok read enough n made a call to locksmith i keep as emergency number.  Both of us are wrong
He said use graphite powder.
Wd not advisable but wont damage the lock n stay away from silicone lub for locks.
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All the time I'm using silicone lubricant sweat.gif sweat.gif
Still, thanks for the heads up on this.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dry_lubricant
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QUOTE(supersound @ Apr 17 2014, 08:51 PM)
All the time I'm using silicone lubricant sweat.gif  sweat.gif
Still, thanks for the heads up on this.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dry_lubricant
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same here.. for years been like spraying WD on everything..

today lol googled the subject and had many episodes of doh.gif doh.gif doh.gif

saw few video on that graphite thingy.

then again a final doh.gif doh.gif doh.gif

now questioning myself who always google on everything.. y i never googled on this and accepted wd40 just because few decades ago uncles etc all told me to.

(somebody needs to create a smiley where i knock my head on the table...)

end of the day

lesson relearned again. never trust solution advice from asian uncles etc.

This post has been edited by cstkl1: Apr 17 2014, 09:40 PM
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post Apr 17 2014, 10:03 PM

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