They could install a double keyed deadbolt so even breaking a small hole and reaching in won't allow them to unlock the door. Of course they would need to remove the inside key and store it out of reach of the door as well.
They could also have something like 3M security film installed so even a baseball bat hit to the glass wouldn't break it. It works great on smooth glass windows but I don't think it would be as effective on a window like that though, but it might.
That's not a door that's a window on hinges with a knob. I'll take a solid door and a peep hole thank you, I don't want people knowing I'm at the door until I know who they are, and have had a chance to just walk away and not answer.
I have a door that will usually show a caller a shadow that I am checking the door. When I don't answer, it seems some people feel the need to ring again, or knock harder. I get a chuckle out of that.
Originally Posted by DontTreadOnI
If I don't know you or didn't arrange for the visit, I'm not opening the door. Period.
If security is a concern (it always is for me now) I would choose a more 'solid', substantial door.
I don't like the idea of being seen or 'silhouetted' when I'm near or approach the door.
Might be wrong but I gotta think it would be easier to breach and gain entry through that one than an architecturally pleasing steel door..... is there such a thing:blink: