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.
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.