Door Kick In Protection
Stop Door Kick Ins Now! Over 70% of home invasions happen through the front door. The door frame is the weak link in any homes perimeter security. A criminal can be inside in seconds. Don’t let them get the jump on you. Protect your doors now. Starting at $89 you can reinforce your door and protect yourself from attackers. Make your door frames kick in proof now. Our door frame reinforcement install into the door frame easily and blend in like they don’t exist. Our cold rolled 14 gauge steel door frame reinforcements are anchored into the king stud of the door frame with nine three inch anchors.
FBI Burglary Stats
- According to the Department of Justice 1 in 5 homes will experience a home invasion
- A burglary occurs in the U.S. every 15 seconds
- The average value of stolen goods is $2,096 per household
- In 2013, there were an estimated 1,928,465 reported burglaries according to the FBI Uniform Crime Report
Home Invasion Stats
- Over 8,000 home invasions per day
- 60% of rapes occur during a home invasion
- 38% of assaults occur during a home invasion
What are you doing to protect your family?
- $89 stops kick-ins with the Door Devil
- 48 inches of 14 gauge hot rolled steel reinforces the door frame
- Eleven 3 inch screws anchor the Door Devil to the door jamb
- Hinges are also reinforced with 3 inch screws
- The anti-kick protection yard sign and stickers let criminals know not to waste their time
Fox Door Kick In Exclusive
The Standard Door Frame is The Weakest Link in Home Security
In modern home construction the door frame is constructed where the deadbolt latched into a 1″ thick peice of soft pine. The grain in the pine runs up and down in such a way that minimal force is required to separate the wood along the grain causing the door frame to fail and allowing entry. For years locksmiths and security experts have recommended replacing the 1 inch screws that fasten the strike plate to the soft pine with 3 inch screws that can reach the studs behind the door frame. In recent years, as door kick-ins have become more and more common, there have been many security devices to hit the scene. Devices such as the door reinforcement plate, which is a 27 inch, 14 gauge steel strike plate have been used to replace the standard 2 inch strike plates. These reinforced plates are anchored to the solid door frame with nine 3 inch screws. With the door security in place, it would require as much force to take down the entire door frame down to kick the door open. Human power is no match to these door frame reinforcement.