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Emry's Locksmithing
(701) 572-5729
PO Box 514 413 Main
Williston, ND
 
Terrys Lockout Service
(701) 572-4199
637 17th Ave W
Williston, ND
 
Cabinets Plus Incorporated
(701) 224-9774
1245 S 12th St
Bismarck, ND
 
Weedas Incorporated
(701) 663-2411
1700 E Main St
Mandan, ND
 
Gartner & Sons Towing
(701) 400-9278
2150 Memorial Hwy
Mandan, ND
Services
Locks & Locksmiths

Safes & Vaults (Wholesale) | ABL Mobile Lock & Safe
(701) 774-0722
1015 20th Ave E
Williston, ND
Services
Locks & Locksmiths, Safes & Vaults (Wholesale)

Emrys Locksmithing Svc
(701) 572-5729
PO Box 514
Williston, ND
Services
Locks & Locksmiths

Sparling Construction Incorporated
(701) 222-0783
2011 Lovett Ave
Bismarck, ND
 
Rudys Lock & Key
(701) 225-3730
1173 3rd Ave W
Dickinson, ND
 
Ace Hardware
(701) 738-0455
1826 S Washington St Ste 1
Grand Forks, ND
 

Door Security

Garage Doors & the Garage always has one door, and modern garages also have one inside door which leads to the house. This is a common security problem in many homes that have attached garages. If you're protecting your home, your single security sensor should be inside the house, covering the doorway that leads from the garage. If you want to prevent car or other property in your garage from being stolen, you'll either need magnetic switch sensors on the outside door, or a motion sensor inside the garage. Place it at a height where the car itself won't block the sensors operating area. If the garage only has a single window, you may only need a glassbreak sensor to prevent entry.

Garage door openers can also be a security risk if they are left on the manufacturer's original settings. Make sure to program your own settings. The locks on automatic door openers are pretty solid and difficult to break through.

Front Entry Door & Front entry doors should have a deadbolt lock in addition to the regular door lock. A magnetic door contact sensor is sufficient for many front doors since the major problem for intruders is getting through the door. Without that, they aren't getting in.

Back Entry Door & Back entry doorways are the second favorite point of break-in for burglars, so this door shouldn't be neglected. It should also have a deadbolt lock in addition to a regular door lock. If there is a hallway or doorway near the back door, a motion sensor could be placed there to ...

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