How Secure is Your Door?
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How Secure is Your Door?

Have you ever heard the saying that a lock is only as strong as the door that you install it in? It's a saying for a reason -- because it's true. You could have the strongest deadbolt in the world, and it won't matter if you have a door that's easy to kick in. Upgrading your door could do a lot to improve your home's security. Old front doors and seldom-used back doors are often the weakest links in a home's security. In this blog, I'll be giving tips and advice for choosing and maintaining secure entry doors for your home. Don't overlook this important safety issue -- make sure that your door can help protect your home.

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How Secure is Your Door?

  • Signs That Your Store Doors Need To Be Repaired

    20 May 2017

    As a business owner, you have a lot to do and you might find that your mind is in a million places at once. It might be hard to try to notice the little things that need to be done around your store, but the functioning of your store front doors cannot be one of those little things that fall to the wayside. They are one of the first things your customers will notice, whether they consciously realize it or not.

  • Keep Your Family Safe By Installing New Doors After Buying A Home

    3 February 2016

    Whether you buy a home in a safe neighborhood or one that is up-and-coming, your family's safety should be at the top of your priority list. Getting to know your neighbors, adopting a dog, and investing in a home security system are all ways that you can improve home security, but you can also replace the doors. Although the doors may be fine on a structural level, you do not want to settle for doors that cannot withstand someone trying to pick the locks or attempting to kick them down.

  • Types of Overhead Doors

    11 May 2015

    In today's day and age, the older type of swing garage door has given way to the modern version. The overhead door model is preferred by many people today because of the ease with which it can be used. Whereas swing out garage doors roll up, an overhead door can be done with a remote device or manually. The overhead door lets you access your vehicle easily, especially in applications such as garages.