WHAT'S A JAMB?
The frame in the wall that is around the door, holds the hinges and the lock set, threshold, and weather stripping. It is what creates the surrounding security, or in the case of the standard industry jamb, the lack of security. StrongJamb is a security jamb for residential property that gives your entryway everything you may want: versatile design, extraordinary security at a one-time cost, dozens of hardware styles and renewable materials.
HOW DOES STRONGJAMB MAKE ME SAFER?
The component design of StrongJamb makes it possible to apply as many locks and bolts as you desire. Some can be hidden or put into a different location on the door panel. That same component design allows for every unique door panel: thicker doors, or taller and wider, Steel, wood, fiberglass, old or very old doors. StongJamb’s laminated substrate structures are water resistant and shockproof. Metal plates, 3/16″ thick, at the lock set and the hinges make the door burglar proof, crowbar resistant, and stops most blunt force impact. StrongJamb makes every doorway a physical barrier that protects you and your family.
SHOULD I USE A STRONGJAMB IF I ALREADY HAVE A SECURITY SYSTEM?
Absolutely. The StrongJamb keeps the bad guys out. There is no use in taking pictures and blowing a whistle, if the thief still gets into your home. Let the cameras call the police. Let StrongJamb take good care of your stuff, by not allowing it to be bothered.
WHAT IF I HAVE A HISTORICAL HOME WITH A VERY OLD DOOR THAT I WANT TO KEEP AND USE?
Like we mentioned above, StrongJamb’s component design allows for every unique door panel: thicker doors, or taller and wider, Steel, wood, fiberglass, old or very old doors. It solves all the problems of a historical door installation. The best part is, you can use any type trim, of almost any material, for decorative jamb pieces that match the historical requirements, or create the unique style you desire.
IF STRONGJAMB IS SO SECURE, SO WHAT ABOUT FIRE SAFETY?
We offer many solutions for every lock type and have suggestions on how to work with your local fire department to keep you safe inside, but also easily get you out in an emergency.