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Crimsafe Security screen doors added to this Middletown, CA home by ClimatePro

Everyone deserves to feel safe at home. Crimsafe home security screens are an excellent way to add a powerful layer of security to your home. We installed Crimsafe screens on the doors of this Middletown, CA home. There are some compelling reasons to add Crimsafe to your home security plan.

Make Your Home Safer with Crimsafe

There are a number of reasons to install Crimsafe on your doors and windows. In this post, we will highlight 3 reasons. First, let's talk about aesthetics. Every Crimsafe security screen is custom-made to fit your door or window. To add to the custom fit, there is a selection of colors available that enhance and compliment your home. As you can see in the picture, the custom white Crimsafe doors fit perfectly.

Now let's talk about security. The second reason to choose Crimsafe is the .9mm premium-grade steel mesh. It is patented and designed to make it almost impossible to get through. Even if someone were to puncture the screen, the unique mesh doesn't allow for expanding the hole. 

Third, Crimsafe screens are attached to the frame with tamper-resistant stainless steel screws.  The triple locking mechanism makes the screen doors and windows extremely hard to break into. You can see the results of a break-in attempt on this house in Oakland, CA. The intruders attempted to use a crowbar to pry the door open, but they were unsuccessful.

These are just 3 of the features that make Crimsafe an exceptional choice for San Francisco Bay Area homeowners. Learn more about Crimsafe and its features here. How much do Crimsafe screens cost? Find out in our cost guide here.

If you want this kind of superior for your home, fill out this form for a free consultation or give us a call at 707.755.7337.

Crimsafe Security screen doors added to this Middletown, CA home by ClimatePro


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Brett Torrey Haynes

Brett Torrey Haynes is the marketing and content manager for ClimatePro. He currently lives in a small house on the side of a mountain.