The term Door Breaching is one I have not come across before, but this relates to the use of force or mechanical tools to gain entry to a property. Typically this will be performed by the emergency services. For example, when a paramedic needs to gain access to a home where the owner has fallen and cannot open the door or when police wish to gain entry to a property to search the contents or to avoid alerting the people inside.
Police will often use a battering ram and breach the door through force whereas a paramedic will typically try and avoid excessive damage and find a simpler way in if possible. There are strict rules on when police can use such force and they will not do so without evidence or a genuine reason. If the police did breach your door without such grounds then they would have to pay compensation so that you can arrange repair or replacement for your door.
Where a vulnerable person lives alone and is at risk from health conditions such as a heart attack, stroke or unconsciousness, they may be able to arrange a special vault for a spare key outside their door and they can advise close relatives and friends the security code to gain entry. In addition, they can get a medical alert device, which will alert the emergency services that there is a problem and provide the security code so that the paramedics can easily gain access without any damage to the door.
At Doorsan we sell a variety of internal and external doors and we would hate to think of them being damaged or broken down by brute force. It is reassuring to know that there are options for people at risk that can prevent this from happening and avoid the upset and hassle of having to repair or replace the door.