Identify weak points using our checklist: Improve the protection of your facility today! Every question you answer with “yes” indicates vulnerability. Reach out to us as soon as possible in such cases.
Are your basement/side doors unprotected because they have no additional safeguards?
These entrances are often neglected, allowing intruders the opportunity to get in undisturbed
Do the entrances lack protective hardware that covers the cylinder?
Protective hardware offers visible deterrence and simultaneously protects the profile cylinder against attacks
Do the entrances lack a profile (door) cylinder with a security card?
High-quality door cylinders offer the greatest possible protection against forced entry and simultaneously provide key security
Is the door hardware screwed on from the outside?
Visible screws provide an open invitation to intruders
Does the existing profile cylinder protrude more than 3 mm out of the fitting?
Just 3 mm of “overhang” can be easily broken off. Such an overhand can result in loss of insurance protection
Does the entrance door not have an additional lock?
An additional lock offers visible deterrence and more stability due to the additional securing point
Can unfamiliar visitors open the door completely when you open it?
An additional door lock with a blocking shackle prevents direct entry into your home
Is there no peephole, or does the existing peephole only allow part of the corridor to be seen?
A secure peephole should make unwanted visitors immediately visible
Do your windows lack additional window locks?
Keep in mind that most commercially available windows can be jimmied open in just 10 seconds
Do the hinge sides of your windows lack additional safeguards?
Hinge-side safeguards are part of basic protection, since securing windows and terrace doors on both sides makes it hard to open from the outside
Can small children easily open windows themselves?
Window safeguards can prevent intrusion and accidents
Are the shutters not secured from the inside?
Light protection and privacy shielding are not enough – only shutters with an additional lock are protected against being raised from the outside by unauthorized persons
Are the basement windows not protected by appropriate padlocks?
Basement windows are points of entry that are often forgotten. Quality padlocks keep intruders out
Can the grating be lifted from the outside?
Basement shafts are also popular points of entry. Grating safe-guards effectively prevent grating from being lifted
Are the attic/top floor windows easily reached but not able to be locked?
Using “climbing aids” (ladders, etc.), intruders can easily climb onto the roof. Window safeguards offer the “highest” level of protection
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