Specialist Areas

D.W. Price Security specialises in the requirement of security products for individual, often unique requirements.

These types of projects are designed to suit specific needs of the clients required specification of resistance, aesthetic and planning requirements.

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Primary Windows


A range of windows manufactured to suit resistance to various levels of attack. Where required windows have been manufactured and approved for use in grade 1 listed buildings.

Windows are manufactured from aluminium, steel or hard wood or variations including hardwood clad steel and can be supplied fixed, vertically sliding or with hinged options depending on security requirement (we recommend that all ballistic windows are fixed to maintain resistance).

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Panelled Security Doors


D.W. Price Security manufacture secure entrance doors to match as closely as possible existing panelled entrance doors.

These types of doors can be manufactured to offer protection to meet virtually any specified level and can incorporate a full range of locking systems to include multipoint systems incorporating a latch and up to 16 bolts from a single lever handle or key operation

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Secondary Windows


D.W. Price Security offer a range of security secondary glazing systems. Window types include hinged, horizontal sliding and vertical sliding.

Windows are offered in a range of specifications to clients requirements, subject to weight and size constraints.

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Blast Resistant Protection


Blast resistance is a very complex and involved requirement.

Our windows and doors therefore are generally built to a custom design and built to specification.

D.W. Price Security can offer with their experience a technical consultancy to meet virtually any requirement.

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Blast Relieving Protection


A range of doors and windows, designed to fail safely under pressure, to protect a building core, generally used in conjunction with blast resistant protection.

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Armouries


Resistance to suit the specification of resistance of weapons and ammunition, offering weapon transfer trays and sand loading and unloading boxes, room protection to include walls, floors, ceilings doors and windows.

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Secure Rooms


A secure room within an existing secure building for storage of sensitive documents. These rooms often include air conditioning, separate power supply and secure access control systems

Protection to virtually any recognised standard available.

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Safe Area


D.W.Price have installed a number of safe rooms with a range of buildings for a number of high profile clients.

These types of installations are always custom designed to be installed within an area of a house (often a bathroom).

Installations will include normally a secure inner lining to an existing room to include walls, floor, ceiling and a secure door.

Further information available on request.

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Blast Resistant Mail Box


D.W. Price Security has produced in conjunction with ZACE consulting engineers a blast resistant mail box. The purpose of this unit is when a possible bomb has been identified by a postal scanner the suspect parcel can be safely stored until attended by special disposal experts.

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Stand Alone/Portable Buildings


Providing resistance to virtually any standard for a variety of uses such as guard posts, ticket offices or bureau de change units.

These can be designed to suit the environment required with services as required, generally manufactured off site, these units are delivered to a prepared base causing minimal site disruption.

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Improvement Schemes


AT D.W. Price Security we are only too pleased to consider improvements to installations, even when the existing installation may not have been of our manufacture.

These pictures show a project where the existing screen met the security requirement but required adaptation to meet both DDA and health and safety. The existing counter was modified to a new required height and a DDA low level counter introduced. The screen was remade utilising existing and new glasses, with all works completed over a weekend period.