Protect Your Home with Window Guards

Wrought iron window guards can help make your home more secure, protecting both your family and your possessions. But many people are hesitant to install them, perhaps because they believe they are unattractive, unsafe, or too expensive.  But with Allied Gate, this is not the case.

Window guards don’t have to be unattractive. Institutional-looking wrought iron window guards are often associated with unsafe neighborhoods, and you may worry that installing them will make your home look like a prison. With an Allied Gate custom built window guard, you can get both safety and beauty in your window guards.

Window guards can be affordable. We have several designs available in a variety of prices, so you’re likely to find something that fits with both your style and your budget.

Window guards can be fabricated for quick exit of your home. If you have a room with only one window, by law you need a quick release for that window, allowing you and your family to safely exit your home in case of fire, while still protecting you from intruders.

Windows guards can help keep children safe. While most people think of window guards in terms of keeping people outof their home, they can also protect children in the home. According to Safe Kids USA, each year about eight children under the age of five die and 3,300 are injured because of falls from windows. Installing window guards on upper floors helps prevent these accidents.

Security guards really do prevent break-ins. Windows are an easy point of entry for intruders. Even if the window is locked, a determined burglar can break the glass and gain entry to your home. In addition to physically preventing entry to your home, guards visibly demonstrate that your home is secure, which should deter any would-be burglars.

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Arizona's Top Manufacturer of Security Doors, Entry Doors, Gates, Enclosures, Fences, & Window Guards.
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