Bump Proof Dead Bolt Locks Aren't The Answer: The Ultimate Lock At Lowes.com Offers A Real Solution

The Ultimate Lock is now being offered at www.Lowes.com and via www.TheUltimateLock.com and has been verified as being an effective choice in home safety.
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June 6, 2010 - PRLog -- Imagine sitting in your home comfortably watching television with your family when out of nowhere a masked man with a gun is standing in your hallway, screaming his demands. Burglars are some of the boldest thieves in the world and they will do anything to get what they want.

With the latest policy burglary statistics estimating up to 50% of the burglaries in America are caused by a modern technique called “lock bumping”, many lock manufacturers are trying to get consumers to buy their classic bump proof dead bolt lock sets.

The truth is, however, lock bumping is not something homeowners need to be worried about. Captain Ron Daniels who patrolled the streets of Houston, Texas for many years reports in all of his years on patrol he never arrested anyone for lock bumping. Instead, he reports criminals would much rather kick in the door to a home they want to burglarize. The fact is, criminals want to get in the home as quickly as possible and kicking in a door only takes 1.7 seconds to do whereas lock bumping can take much longer and put them at an increased risk of being spotted by neighbors who can alert the police.

Thus, many lock makers are doing the public a great disservice by pushing their bump proof dead bolt locks because while their locks might prevent lock bumping they cannot prevent the most commonly used method of entry, door kick ins.

Thankfully, Captain Ron Daniels saw an intense need for a safer product and developed The Ultimate Lock. Backed by Lowes.com, The Ultimate Lock can help families stay safe from even the most innovative criminals on the streets.

Bump Proof Dead Bolt Locks Cannot Prevent Kick Ins: The Ultimate Lock Solution At www.Lowes.com Can

Lowes.com is now introducing The Ultimate Lock as a solution alternative to regular bump proof dead bolt lock sets. This innovative lock can also address other home security issues Americans are facing today, such as door kick ins during burglaries. National security experts, local law enforcement agencies and NASA’s SATOP program are all supporting The Ultimate Lock bump proof dead bolt locks, as well.

The Ultimate Lock home safety locks are the only locks in the security market which can withstand up to 4,000 pounds of pressure without breaking or unlocking. They include a specially engineered steel strike plate and a super hardened steel security bar. When the criminal attempts to kick in the door to a home, they will be virtually unsuccessful. The Ultimate Lock bump proof dead bolt locks use a patented lockout feature to keep your home and family safe from intruders, even if they have a copied house key.

Because it is 30 times stronger than a standard deadbolt, this revolutionary security system is being raved about by homeowners and security experts all over the world and is now offered at www.Lowes.com.

Don’t feel helpless to the crime occurring all around you. Instead, don’t turn to the generic bump proof dead bolt locks many lock manufacturers want you to try. They don’t offer the protection needed for the most common method of criminal entry, kick ins. For help in protecting your family, turn to The Ultimate Lock.

The Ultimate Lock is now being offered at www.Lowes.com and via www.TheUltimateLock.com and has been verified as being an effective choice in home safety.
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