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Sliding Door Locks

The front door of a property is still the most common location for a burglary attempt. Most thieves and intruders are opportunists, and this means they are more likely to be looking for home that are easy to access and that have little protection in the way of locks and bolts. Despite the fact that your front door allows access to the whole of your property, most homeowners still rely upon a single lock in order to secure that door. Rather than depend upon an easily opened single lock to protect yourself and your family, it makes sense to purchase a triple lock security door. These doors not only have the extra security of additional locks, they are also more resistant to being forced open, and are less likely to be detached from the frame, two other ways that intruders regularly access a property.

In addition to choosing triple lock home security doors for your front doors, you should also take the time to consider other doors in the home. One of the weakest areas is a sliding, or French, door. These doors are often easy to break into, with thieves simply removing the outer door and walking into your home as though there had been no lock on it at all. Using more sophisticated blocking systems can help you to properly secure your doors, preventing them from being lifted out of the frame, and also ensuring they cannot be wiggled loose. For most homes, this type of security for sliding doors is essential in order to properly deter burglars and intruders. By increasing your security, you are also likely to deter thieves from even trying to access your home.