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Why Warrior Doors

Market leaders in door security

Warrior Doors, based in Birmingham, are a family owned and run British manufacturing company, designing and producing the market leading, communal entrance and high security doors systems whilst protecting national treasures, for instance, 40% of the UKs cash is behind a Warrior Door.

Our mission: To protect livelihoods and loved ones. Our goal: to maximise security without compromising on light or visual aesthetics providing a unique range of high-specification security and anti-ballistic glazing and door locks.

Our security door designs are DDA compliant and the most rigorously tested and accredited steel-door systems available, achieving certification up to LPS1175 Security Rating 4 and LPS 2081 Security Rating B.
We are RIBA CPD accredited and deliver security seminars across the nation, advisors to government and the Police and Secure by Design approved.

Having achieved ISO9001 certification and every door is made to our 7 Principles of a Warrior, no door system leaves our factory until it has met our standards, our pride, your protection.

  • Secured by Design
  • LPCB
  • Association of Security Consultants
  • National Association for Healthcare Security
  • Master Locksmiths Association
  • CHAS
  • Construction Line
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Latest News & Events

Managing Director Brett Barratt reflects on Warrior Doors’ work on Gucci’s Sloane St, London flagship store

Gucci’s flagship store on Sloane St in London has finally reopened complete with a brand new shopfront designed, manufactured and installed by Warrior Doors. The fully glazed Warrior shopfront provides shoppers with a crystal-clear view into Gucci’s luxurious store, while most importantly keeping Gucci’s customers, staff and products safe and secure. Warrior Door’s MD Brett…

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SECURITY AND SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE   AVOID THE FENCING FRENZY When Oftsed placed two Cumbrian schools in Special Measures last year over site security issues, the media in the North West reported a “fencing frenzy” as wary governors strove to head off an inspectors’ reprimand. “The strong leadership of the headteacher and her team, the clear…

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