As a kid growing up, I lived in a house with security that rivaled Fort Knox. Every exterior opening was fitted with an old-fashioned hook and eye latch, which my mother would latch from the inside each and every time someone left the house.
As one who would leave from time to time, I can report that it wasn’t easy to get back in. I would have to knock and wait for her to come to the door to unlatch it, let me in, then she would re-latch the door behind me. While my mother’s security system was never breached, it made for an annoying way to grow up.
Thankfully, these days, there are much better ways to make our homes safe and secure that are also friendly to all who live therein.
While it’s impossible to put a price on the value of protecting your home and family, there are inexpensive yet highly effective ways to beef up security to create a strong defense against intruders.
Very much like The Club that millions use to keep their cars secure, The Door Club secures any exterior door in your home so that it will resist more than two tons of force. That’s a lot of security for less than $30. This device is easy to install, a cinch to engage and offers tremendous peace of mind.