DIY How To Harden Doors Pt.1- EZ Armor Door Armor





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Published on Jan 7, 2016

Doors are a necessary compromise to enter your home. Just about every residential door can be defeated with one kick. I set out to find how I could, as inexpensively as possible, harden a door for a safe room at the Ranch. Door Armor is a solution to tie most exterior grade (whether you are using it inside or out) solid wood, metal, or fiberglass door. Check it out:

Door Armor (White)- http://goo.gl/PRtuWc
Door Armor (Satin Nickel)- http://goo.gl/6r3YiR
Door Armor (Aged Bronze)- http://goo.gl/AEFzEM
Armor Concepts (makers of Door Armor) have some other security products not covered in this video that are worth taking a look at, check them out: http://goo.gl/Cntb8q

As I mentioned in the video, I had a difficult time driving the supplied 4" screws and stripped a few due to the philips head drive. I've since been informed that I have an older kit and Door Armor is now shipped with square drive screws. This should alleviate the stripping issue mentioned in the video. I made a mistake in the video as well. I replace the stripped screws with 3 1/2" Spax square drive fasteners- http://goo.gl/FlaeLn

Check out the video of people attempting to defeat a door with door armor- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oa013...

If you value these videos, please consider donating to the Tin Hat Ranch Patreon to continue and expand programming, find out more here- https://goo.gl/zpCL0F

"Ossuary 2" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0


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