Does Your Home Have Security Bars?
In most instances the use of high-tech security devices such as cameras, alarm systems and motion detectors are enough to protect your family and home. These devices will either deter a burglary, or provide accurate information that can be used by the authorities to identify a criminal that has prowled or entered your property. However, in some case you will actually want to ensure the break-in is prevented, and this can be done with low-tech security solutions.
Unfortunately in some neighborhoods the risk of a burglary is higher than most, and the nature of the burglary differs too. There are such people as ‘professional burglars’. They will do their homework, analysis your activities and time their break-in to minimize risk of failure and confrontation with the householder.
The other type of burglar is driven by a need to feed a drug or alcohol habit, and because of their desperation they will take higher risks and act on impulse when they see an opportunity. These burglars may not be deterred from attempting to break into your property by obvious home security systems, including cameras or security signs, and because they may be in an altered state of mind, they can be very dangerous if disturbed during the robbery.
This is an circumstance to avoid and it’s worth taking a couple of simple security measures to ensure safety in your home. Many burglaries occur when a front or back door is forced open. This type of entry can be prevented but using a simple home security door bar or jammer bar. As the name suggests, the jammer bar can be jammed against either a standard internal door or sliding patio door, making it impossible for the door to be forced open. There is no technical installation, all you have to do is adjust the length of the door bar and slide it into place.
So you see, it couldn’t be easier to secure your home doors. Combined with a home security door alarm,the use of home security bars are an excellent way to prevent break-ins to your home by either the front and back doors of the property.