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Masonite

Model 10386

Internet #202215158

Store SO SKU #443058

32 in. x 80 in. 6-Panel Primed Steel Security Prehung Front Door with No Brickmold

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The Masonite 6-Panel Primed Steel Security Entry Door with No Brickmold features a heavy-duty 3-point locking mechanism built into this structurally fortified door that affixes into a metal reinforced composite frame system for maximum security. A turnkey fortress, the steel, opaque door offers style, privacy and resistance to intrusion and impact with shock absorbing composite jambs designed to naturally absorb shock by flexing and not splintering when forces are applied. This system includes a steel slab, door frame and security lock set.

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  • Structurally fortified metal door slab and metal-reinforced composite frame offers the ultimate in security
  • 3-Point impact-resilient locking mechanism is built into a traditional 6-panel entry door
  • Primed door is ready to be painted to match your home
  • Steel security plate in the frame helps to resist forced entry and lock area is reinforced to provide a solid mounting surface
  • Security door comes fully assembled with hinges, vinyl frame, aluminum sill and weather stripping
  • Satin Nickel Classique Lever handleset included with unit
  • Steel slab features an energy saving polyurethane core
  • Exterior door slab is double bored for lockset - security door unit includes handleset
  • All latches are operated by a single lever, deadbolt independently enganged
  • From outside, opens toward the inside of the home with hinges on the left
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Is this a high impact door? I need it for my homeowners insurance?

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can I install a panic bar instead of the door handle?

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Does right hand inswing mean the hinges are on the right and the door opens to the outside?
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can side lites be installed next to this door

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Obviously they can if you have the space. The security factor however is probably less should you choose to do so, without heavy reinforcement of the studs and the windows themselves.
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January 17, 2016
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Yes, you can install side lights next to this door.
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what is the difference between a door with & without brickmolding included.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Should be mandatory First line of defense in Florida hurricane alley. Multi-point locking system is far superior than traditional systems and should be mandatory in high wind areas. Other door installers quoted me $2000 for door and installation. March 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Huge gap between door and frame, and a water leak The big gap between the frame and door means the 3-point latch is sitting at the very edge. This compromises the security of this "security" door. Now I noticed water is leaking into the house near the sill. January 5, 2013
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