Durable Replacement Doors Lessen Break-insAugust 07, 2014
Knocking down doors apparently is an easier way to break-in. So, locking windows and doors might not be enough in securing your home—getting the sturdiest and most durable door might be. Here’s a recent report posted on Lehigh Valley Online:
While the alleged burglar has been caught, Warren County Freeholder Director Ed Smith said the break-in of his Franklin Township home is still “very distressing.”
Smith said he was not at home when (Christopher) Kelly allegedly forced his way through the back door and stole jewelry. A neighbor who saw the break-in, however, was able to record the license plate number of the vehicle.
The freeholder director, who did not know Kelly and called the burglary a “random” incident, said some of the stolen items have been recovered. He also commended state police for their response.
Since doors serve us our protection from unauthorized entry, it is common knowledge that providing our home durable doors can help us to achieve that goal. According to an article released on thisoldhouse.com, 34% of most break-ins occur using doors. Thus investing in solid and sturdy doors can lessen the chance of burglary in your house.
In fact, many doors nowadays are designed with high technology locks that allow total security of a home from break-ins. Not only that, replacement doors Lehigh Valley have a wide array of designs and styles which can specifically meet your house’ mechanism and aesthetic needs. Should you need specification about high quality replacement windows in the state, you may refer to a replacement door contractor in the state.
Replacement doors in Allentown from Renewal by Andersen of Northeast PA come in various options to guarantee both security and style for your home. Our knowledgeable and dedicated team is committed to assist you in every process of selection of the ideal door to its complete installation, right just for you.
(Article Excerpt From Warren County freeholder director says home break-in distressing, commends state police, lehighvalleylive.com, July 14, 2014)