For many homeowners, their number one concern is usually their security when they are at home and it is specifically due to this that the home security market segment has been growing by leaps and bounds in the past years. Even though most home security measures are quite costly, one of the most effective methods of installing chain and bolt guards is not as expensive. When choosing the most appropriate chain door guards, it is important to take into consideration some very important factors. It is important to first decide on the length of the chain you want to purchase, for most people, the shorter the chain the better. It is important though to go for a chain that’s not too short or too long. If it is too short then you may not be able to see who is knocking and if it too long, it will allow the door to be opened ajar and this may compromise your security.
It is also important to take into consideration the material that’s been used to make the chain door guard. The stronger the material the better, solid brass and hardened steel are the most popular materials used to make these chain door guards. It is also worth noting that the frame of your door may also play an important role when choosing these chain guards because there are those which work better with wooden frames and those which work best with metal door frames.
Here are some examples of mobile home chain door guards readily available in the market. They include but are not limited to the following:
1) Product Name: First Watch Security Polished Brass Chain & Bolt Door Guard
Product Details: this fastener allows users to easily supplement their primary entrance door locks by installing a chain as well as a bolt door guard. The chain does have a bar length of 4 inches, a depth of 2 inches, a width of 4.07 inches and a height of 1 inch. With a polished brass finish, this is a welcome addition to any home which is keen on style and security. It is worth noting that for additional security, this fastener does feature a sliding dead bolt.
2) Product Name: Security door dead bolt chain guard fastener (Silver tone)
Product Details: the chain does measure 8.3 inches by 0.5 inches, with a plate size of 3.3 inches by 1.3 inches. Its borehole diameter does measure 0.2 inches. It is also readily available in a wide variety of finishes and colors as well. This hard chain is easy to install and is sold with six (6) installation screws and the door chain guard. The chain is ideal for either metal and wooden doors in your manufactured or mobile home. It is also available in a wide variety of finishes and colors, making it an ideal choice for anyone who wants to enhance or improve the overall style of the home.
3) Product Name: Prime Line Solid Brass Chain Door Guard
Product Details: this solid brass chain door does feature a well crafted hardened steel chain which helps in not only securing your home but also allowing for lots of ventilation and viewing as well. The guard keepers are further constructed using solid brass and are available in various finishes so as to easily complement your home décor. It is also very easy to install and is delivered with its fasteners and does require the use of very basic tools and equipments which are readily available in many homes and therefore does not need or require any specialist attention when doing the installation. It is sold with a one year limited warranty from the manufacturer against defects.
Product Details: this chain door fastener is very simple and non-intrusive, this chain door guard does allow users to open their front door a full 4.5 inches and comfortably greet unexpected guests without necessarily compromising on the overall security. Made of solid, extruded brass with a strong and sturdy steel welded chain, this fastener is reliable and durable as well. With six beautiful finishes, this fastener does allow users to add security to the entrance of their manufactured or mobile home without sacrificing the style and look of your home décor. With a door plate size of 1.275 by 3.375 inches and jamb length of 0.687 inches by 2 inches, the chain does measure 7.5 inches. It is usually sold with installation hardware as well.
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