"This product is the best solution for securing doors. As a mechanical engineer and machinist, I really appreciated the good machine work & material selection. It is strong and the design is well thought out. Most importantly, from a safety perspective, the quick release latch makes me feel good about my home being secure while we are also able to easily escape in case of fire. Also worth mentioning is that the pet release feature also allows us to open the blinds during the day without having to remove the bar. Additionally, removing the bar is easy and that was an important thing for my wife since she wanted to be able to remove them when we have visitors; however, they really aren't bad looking. Doesn't damage door knobs like the angled grip bars did and they do not rely on rubber friction on the floor either."
"Was a little skeptical on purchasing this since it didn't have any reviews and was $50 more than the only comparable product on the market, but found the device is exceptional. Very sturdy and easy to install. This will also help keep my little one from opening the door and walking out, since she has now figured out how door locks work. Having a motion sensor alarm when it opened would be a great enhancement for dementia care givers"
- Brandon Y
"So far so good, we just installed last week and the security bar truly is a linebacker - it is rugged, heavy duty, screws are solid and lengthy. Once installed, easy to arm and disarm. Feel pretty good about it."
"Very sturdy and well designed. Sadly not enough room on the side of the doorframe to install at my house - but seller graciously accepted return. Would still recommend to anyone with adequate room on the sides of their door frames to install."
- Nick L
It's not smart to open a door when you don't know who's there!
Do you know how weak your entry doors are? And why?
Just look at how much wood was drilled out to install the hardware. That's only 3/8 of an inch of wood left to protect against breaking.
This is where the strike plate is installed with very short screws. So you can see why it doesn't take much of a kick to break through your doorway
Short screws into very little wood , no wonder it's easy to kick-in! See the side view of the door jamb (in white) in the picture to the right.
Hidden behind the drywall is the door frame. (The double or triple 2 x 4s ). It is this strength component that the LineBacker mounting brackets are attached to. The white board on the left in the circle is the door jamb. It is in this 3/4" board that your strike plate is mounted
Four 3 1/2" screws go through the mounting brackets into both sides of the door frame,(the two by fours inside the drywall) just outside the trim, to anchor the LineBacker. It cannot be any stronger!.
Being squeezed against the door, It becomes unified to the door 'frame' and is now immovable. Since it cannot move, you are protecting not just the door but also the door jamb from damage. *See the inside of the Cam/Handle in the photo gallery.
Just rotate the handle, slide it aside, and a heavy duty pin hinge will allow the bar to articulate and still be anchored to the frame. No one can force the door open!
Heavy duty steel Pin Hinge is exposed when the handle slides aside .* Go to Photo Gallery to see inside the Cam/Handle.
The quick release safety catch is not reachable from the open side of the door.
Just swipe your hand across the release tab and the bar falls away in an emergency situation.
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