Door Frame Reinforcement 101:
IF YOU LOCK YOUR DOORS, DOESN'T IT MAKE SENSE TO HAVE DOORS THAT ACTUALLY OFFER A SERIOUS OBSTACLE FOR POTENTIAL UNWANTED VISITORS
The reason criminals use the “kick-in the door” method to gain illegal entry into your home is because they know that there is no security built into the weak wooden door frames on your home. You can have the strongest, the most advanced electronic keyless entry system and the most expensive locks in the world, but if your door frame is made out of wood it doesn’t stand a chance against a well placed firm kick by a determined criminal. Just open your door and have a look at how there was no real thought that went into the security on the strike plate side of the door jamb. There is literally 1 inch of very soft wood and some light duty decorative soft brass hardware with tiny ½” screws protecting your family from potential harm.
We dare you to take out just 1 screw from your front door strike plate and have a look at how and see for yourself why The REBAR Door Security Device has become the top selling heavy duty door frame reinforcement in Canada and the US for quality, ease of use and effectiveness.
The only way to protect your family from a home invasion or your home from a burglary is to reinforce all of your entry doors with the REBAR Door Frame Reinforcement Kit. Over 70% of break-ins occur through a door, which is the number one reason that your entry doors require door frame reinforcement. Most homes have an average of 3 doors that require door frame reinforcement, the front door, the back door and the garage entry door. The entry door from inside the garage to the inside of the home also requires door frame reinforcement. When it comes to security, this door is often overlooked, but is the most important door to add extra door frame reinforcement to, because it is very easy for a criminal to gain access to your garage and once inside, nobody knows they are even there.
Below on the left side of the photos are some actual brass strike plates with the contractors choice ½” screws and door reinforcement taken off of a door, this is what hardware stores refer to as added security. On the right is the universal HIGH SECURITY Rebar Door Frame Reinforcement available through our website or your local retail distributor.