Product Review – Door Devil

Product Review – Door Devil

70% of Burglars breach the front door

You may already know that your front door is the most common way burglars enter your home. If you do, you may have already priced out security doors for your home. A steel door can range from $3,500 to $5,000 and beyond. Other barriers like security screens can be just as expensive.

The Door Devil is a great alternative. We don’t endorse every product, but when we find something this affordable and effective, we tell everyone. We have had the opportunity to install this product, and we give it two thumbs up. The door devil is currently being used at U.S. Embassies read more.

Installation is pretty straight forward. However, this tool can’t tell the difference between the good guys (Fire, Rescue and Police) from the intruders. This is important to understand before you proceed with install the Door Devil. Watch this video to learn more.

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