When was the common door invented? I've travelled the world over and no matter what era a castle, fortress, or cathedral was built in, it had a door. All those doors were pretty much the same.
Some were big, some were small. All were hinged on one side and latched on the other. Some were wood. Some were metal. All opened to let in friends and closed to block out enemies. Not much has been done to make doors stand out in the last 3000 years. And because of that, the one fault that most doors have, has been ignored.
Doors are potentially dangerous. More people are injured by doors than any other single item in the home. More noise is created by the door than any other single item in the home bar that drum set you bought your kid for Christmas last year. Why do we accept that as normal?
The ordinary door can now be made extraordinary. The video right shows a door fitted with SoftSlam slowing itself in a slam situation preventing injuries and noise. In addition, the vibrations resulting in a slam can do damage to your home and even break glass in the doors.
You deserve the best. You deserve extraordinary doors. Door that protect you without harming you. Doors that keep out the noise of the street without becoming the source of the noise. Doors that close your house to the elements without damaging your house more than the elements.