1. Charlie Bars
Charlie bars are a great way secure sliding glass doors. They are easy to use, and also give a visual deterent to criminals “scoping” out a location. The priciple they opperate under is simple enough. When you want extra security simple lower the bar and lock it into place on the frame. This will work to prevent opening the sliding door by track jumping or shimming.
2. Window Locks
Keeping would-be intruders out is an important concern for most homeowners. Though hinged doors are relatively easy to protect with proper latches and deadbolts, windows are not as simple to secure. Windows and doors that slide can be forced open or lifted off their tracks, and glazing can be broken. Sliding window locks can be installed to prevent such attacks.
3. Window Film
Window film helps hold your glass in place during destructive weather conditions, bomb blasts, explosions, or smash and grab burglaries. It helps maintain the integrity of a structure’s outer shell to keep wind, rain and flying glass fragments from wreaking havoc inside the structure. Security films can also reject harmful UV rays, which cause fading and can significantly lower energy costs by reducing interior space solar heating by as much as 98%.
4. Motion Activated Flood Lights.
The solar panel comes complete with a 20-foot cord for remotely locating it in direct sunlight. A 180 degree motion detector ensures security for your garage exterior, deck, driveway, back yard or walkway. A dial controls light duration, while a second dial controls motion sensor sensitivity. The battery capacity allows the light to stay on for fifty 30 second cycles on a full charge. The light head and motion sensor have vertical and horizontal adjustment.
5. Alarm Security
The LaserShield® Instant Security System is a family of innovative, easy to use, low-cost, security system products. The LaserShield® Starter Kit is ideal for rental homes, apartments, townhomes and condos, and is a perfect security solution for college dormitories, retail stores, offices.