Home Security and Alarms

Search For Products

Window Alarms Fayetteville AR

Local resource for window alarms in Fayetteville. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to glass break sensors, wireless window alarms, window security alarms, magnetic window alarms, glass guard window alarms, and home safety products, as well as advice and content on wireless home alarm systems.

ADT® Home Security
(888) 564-9618
5191 N Oak St
Bethel Heights, AR
Description
Get a Security System for Just $99! Protect Your Home and Call ADT® Home Security Today.
Phone Hours
MON - FRI 9:00AM - 11:00PM; SAT 9:00AM - 6:00PM; SUN CLOSED

Tri-States Electronic Supply
(479) 841-7126
401 S 85th Ave
Fayetteville, AR
 
Watts Fire Safety Equipment Co
(479) 442-5525
927 N College Ave
Fayetteville, AR
 
Springston Fire Extinguishers
(479) 442-8392
1821 N Birch Ave
Fayetteville, AR
 
Northwest Security Systems Inc
(479) 927-2077
3502 Shook Drive
Springdale, AR
 
Custom Home & Commercial Electronics
(479) 750-7111
P. O. Box 1383
Fayetteville, AR
Services
Audio / Video, Home Automation / Systems Integration / Home Networking, Home Theater, Lighting Control, Security / Access Control / Surveillance / Gate Access
Brands
Sony A/V designers; Touch screens; Lutron lighting; Stewart screens; UStec structured wiring systems; Doorking, FAAC & sentex gate systems; Ademco security & all other major brands.
Certifications
One or more employees at this company have achieved CEDIA Professional Certification status:- James (Butch) Coger, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II

C & E Lock & Safe Co Inc
(479) 521-5625
2337 N College Ave
Fayetteville, AR
 
Marmic Fire & Safety Inc
(479) 575-9262
700 W Walnut St
Fayetteville, AR
 
Northwest Security Systems
(479) 927-2077
3502 Shook Dr
Springdale, AR
 
Ozark Sportsman Supply
(479) 361-1200
750 E Henri De Tonti Blvd
Springdale, AR
 

Window Alarms

Your windows may be the weakest points in home security systems . Often burglars can quietly cut or break a window and unlock it from the inside. Many burglars will have a stick tape or a sheet of material that they stick to the window. They can then break the window without having the pieces fall. They stay stuck to the sheet of material, and the window itself is easily opened and entry is gained. Glassbreak sensors may still work in detecting the shock or sound of breaking glass.

Burglars often to look windows as their first point of entry because they assume doors will be locked. Homeowners often leave windows open when they're out of the house. Even closed windows can be the most vulnerable security point in your home and burglars have techniques to gain access through them.

Many windows are secured only by a weak latch mechanism that can be forced, while others have a simple handle mechanism on the sashes which can be opened by sliding a tool in between them and turning.

Double hung windows are very popular and are don't offer much in the way of security protection. There are some things you can do though to make them more secure.

You can drill a screw through the inside sash to the outside sash. If the sashes are not movable it won't cause any usability problems, and if they are movable sashes, you could use this method only when you're away for long periods on holiday.

The most common way of securing a double hung window, is the placement of a strip of wood into the channel that the sashes run through. As long as this stick doesn't fall from its vertical position, the window can't be opened.

A very secure option is the lock mechanism on top of the bottom sash where the lock will attach to the bottom of the top sash. One piece of the mechanism is screwed into the bottom rail of the top sash and the other half is flush with the top of the bottom sash. These locks come with keys which means the intruder can't break the window to open them from the inside.

Casement windows swing out and are secured by a simple pull down lock on the side of the window. If the burglar can cut through the window, he can simply reach in and pull out the lock bars. Casement windows that open with cranks are difficult to open if the intruder can't reach the crank. He'll have to break the window by pulling hard and that's bound to make noise. Take the crank handle out of the window if you're leaving it partially open. Two piece key locks can be fastened to the window joint that opens. When locked, the window cannot be opened unless it is forced and tears the screws out of the wood. That takes a lot of force and will be noisy.

Sliding Windows can be fastened by key locks as well. Similar to double hung windows, a horizontal bar or stick can be placed between the window sashes. The bar is attached to the window frame on one side, and to the far sash on the other side. This prevents the movable sash from sliding. Double sliding windows can be fastened...

Click here to read more from Home Security And Alarms

About Us |  Contact Us |  Link To Us |  Privacy Policy |  Terms of Use |  Resources |  Sitemap