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Door Security Pro - Helps Prevent Home Invasions

The FBI says: "Every 12 seconds a home is invaded by someone going right through a front or back door". This happens in 85% of all break-ins. Security Products is proud to introduce our newest door security device called the "Door Security Pro XL".

 
 
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PRLog - Jul. 22, 2012 - NARRAGANSETT, R.I. -- David Carrington, a home security expert and inventor of the "Door Security Pro Door Security Guard" is pleased to announce that the newly designed 72" Door Security Pro XL has now started shipping nationwide. This model is the longest, strongest door jamb reinforcement product on the market. All Door Security Pro door security products are manufactured in the USA.

The FBI says: "Every 12 seconds a home is invaded by someone going right through a front or back door". This happens in 85% of all break-ins.

The "Door Security Pro Door Security Guard" is a simple to install "patent pending" steel door security device that mounts on wooden door jambs. This device prevents door jambs from splitting or shattering when a door is assaulted with force, which in turn prevents the door from being forced open. Wooden door frames simply can't hold up to very much force, such as being kicked or shoulder-slammed.

Most often, homes are invaded by intruders simply kicking open a door, which often takes less than 1 second. This is possible because most homes have wooden door frames constructed from softwoods such as Pine or Fir.

The "Door Security Pro Door Security Guard" eliminates this problem by reinforcing wooden door frames with steel. Their flagship product is 6' of cold-rolled heavy gauge steel, with a hard enamel-like white finish. It easily mounts to the interior side of any exterior door frame with 12 heavy gauge, 3 inch screws. Installation only takes about 20 minutes on average and can be installed by homeowners with minimal "do-it-yourself" types skills. 3" screws to reinforce the hinges are also included.

Carrington says that during these tough economic times, business is booming for his company. He states that across the nation, according to the most recent FBI statistics, that home burglaries are the only crime category that is still going up. He feels that in tough times, some otherwise honest people may be turning to crime as a means to survive.

Few people realize that there are thousands of home invasions per day in America, and even more burglaries. Anyone who has survived a home invasion will tell you that it was one of the most frightening experiences of their life. Since the vast majority of intruders who force their way in come through a door, and the vast majority of the time it's the door frame that breaks, it only makes sense to reinforce wooden door frames with a steel door frame reinforcement product such as the "Door Security Pro Door Security Guard".

On the company's website, there are numerous videos that show just how easily a door can be kicked-in or forced open. Another one shows how the door can't be kicked in after a "Door Security Pro Door Security Guard" has been installed, plus one more that shows how to install the product.

Enhancing a home's exterior door security is the single most effective upgrade someone can make to improve their home's security.

Company websites: http://www.doorsecuritypro.com/index.html  |  http://www.doorsecuritykit.com

Contact: David Carrington
Tel. 1-877-Door-Out (877-366-7688)
Email: InvasionProof@aol.com

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Location:Narragansett - Rhode Island - United States
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