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Crime Shield Security Mesh Doors and Windows

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What is a CRIME SHIELD™ security mesh door and window system? The CRIME SHIELD™ security mesh door and window screen system is attached to your existing doors and windows. Unlike security alarms which alert you that your property has already been broken into, the CRIME SHIELD™ security system helps prevent break-ins and home invasions. Products: Security Screen Doors, Sliding Patio Door Security Screens and Security Screen Windows Hinged Security Screen Doors and Windows consist of: Heavy duty security grade aluminum main frames Heavy duty security grade aluminum sash frames which consist of a patented tension mounted screen fastening vice grip system which fastens the screen to the sash frame. The sash frame is attached to the main frame Stainless Steel high tensile marine grade security mesh European multipoint locking systems and/or interlocking systems Home intruders are the worst criminals. Unlike burglars who typically wait until there is no one home, home intruders are sadistic and their intension is to confront, control and worst of all, harm you. Home invasions have the highest rate of serious injuries and murders. Home Invasions: 35% of victims are seriously injured or killed In many cases home intruders are career criminals In Canada, Police reported 2,700 home invasions in 2008 (The latest statistics available from Statistics Canada) Statistics Canada reported over 289,200 property related crimes per year in the last five years Statistically there are over 8000 reported home invasions each and every day across North America. A break-in occurs every 90 seconds in Canada (Source: Money Sense Magazine) Most break-ins occur between 10 am to 3pm Beware Of Lock Bumping Burglars have long used the lock bumping technique to gain access to locks when a key is not present. The term bumping occurs when a specially cut key is inserted into a keyhole and then tapped or "bumped" by a screwdriver or other object. This bumping forces the pins in the lock to jump to their shear line, and with a little torque applied to the key, the lock will open. With the advent of the internet, this technique was made generally available and sadly, companies are selling the specially cut keys online. Anyone with an internet connection now has access to the technology and tools needed to gain entry to your home. Lock Bumping Facts At one Web site, $17.99 can buy a set of six bump keys made from solid brass. They are for the five most commonly used keys in the United States: Kwikset, Schlage, Yale, Dexter, Weiser, and Master Lock. Thieves can unlock 90% of doors with Lock Bumping. If your house was broken into through bumping, the lock would still work just fine and you would never know. When lock bumping occurs, insurance companies will deny claims because there is no proof of forced entry. Experts say no traditional lock is bump proof. Newer locks provide less protection than older ones, because they are cleaner. If you have the properly prepared bump key, it requires little to no skill. Crime Shield protects against Home Invasions Break-Ins Burglaries Vandalism Storm conditions Wildlife Intrusion Mosquitoes, Flies and other insects Other Benefits include Pet Proof. Your pet will not be able to chew or bite the security mesh Maximum air flow with a clear view UV Protection: Blocks an average of 60% of harmful UV rays Enhances energy efficiency Select the product that suits your needs

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