Your Door Is Locked And Secured—But What About Your Windows?

20
Sep

Most people spend a considerable amount of time and money making sure that their doors (the main entry points of their home) are locked, secured, and are able to withstand both the weather, and any intruders who might think about breaking in. While this is certainly necessary, many people, unfortunately, forget about the many windows they have around their home. If you are wondering what you can do to make sure every major entry point of your home is well protected, below are some things to keep in mind.

Are Your Windows Secure?

Window Bars

Many people, particularly if they live on the ground floor in a major urban area, where property crime is more likely to happen, invest in window bars to provide themselves with added security. While that is all well and good, these bars are not typically the most appealing looking options. You can, however, call up your local window replacement services company and ask them about safety coatings which eliminate the need for screws, holes and other ugly hardware.

New Windows

If your home is older and came with windows that you aren’t sure are entirely safe and secured, you might want to speak to your local window replacement services about potentially getting something newer, with better built in resistance and security features. Newer windows, and newer window technology, often provide better durability and resistance, and newer glass is often much more robust than the old, traditional, single-pane windows you find on many homes.

Alarm and Security Systems

Alarm and security systems have really evolved in the last several years, meaning that it is now possible to purchase high-tech home security systems for your windows and doors at a fraction of what they once used to cost. Even just having stickers or emblems on your windows, letting would-be thieves know that your home is well-protected, is often enough to dissuade potential burglary attempts.

Window replacement services can expertly assess your current window security setup and provide you with important insight into your vulnerability. They can recommend fixes for old window setups, and give you options for putting in new windows that do a much better job of keeping you, your family, and your property safe. If you are worried about your home’s security because of unsecured windows, keep the above considerations in mind and make sure that your home is always protected at each and every entry point.


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