Think Your Garage is Secure?
A coat hook can get them in
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Simply put, if you have a J-arm (thats the bar that you see the garage shield attaching to in the pictures), then yes, it will work.
Garage Shield does not require any tools for installation. All screws and retainers can be used and fitted by hand.
Don’t be fooled by the simplicity. The design is lightweight enough not to break your garage door opener, but still stop a wire hanger.
Yes! Under normal circumstances, it may take local law enforcement up to 15-20 minutes to respond to a burglary. Even then, officers won’t enter your home if there is no sign of forced entry or any suspicious activity.
If zip ties were a good idea, the owners manual would tell you to use them. But it doesn’t! Zip Ties can trap you, a loved one, or other person in your garage during a fire or other emergency. The news media has been criticized for advocating zip ties because they block emergency exists and put homeowners at risk. This device is recommended by the garage door industry and both law enforcement and fire.
Insurance companies need a sign of "Forced Entry", or they will assume you were complacent in the criminal activity (aka insurance fraud).
Without a Broken Window, Kicked in Door, or other evidence, Police may leave thinking it was a false alarm.
Yep, no noise while you are sleeping. Nothing to wake the dogs.
Security companies refuse to put sensors on garage doors (Don’t believe us? Try and Ask!).
Criminal can park their pickup inside your garage and "load up" your property, all while hidden from view!
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