Protect Your Home with the Doorzipper

DoorZipperLogo Protect Your Home with the Doorzipper
Thanks to a tweet from one of Kansas City’s local television stations, I discovered an alternative to deadbolts and locks that’s made right here in the Kansas City metro area.
The Doorzipper uses two interlocking metal strips, installed in the door and door jamb, to create a tightly woven seal that the manufacturer says “can’t be forced, pried or defeated. This interlocking design stands guard, providing a state-of-the-art mechanism that can’t be bumped, picked or forced. With the Doorzipper in place, the wall or door will fail before the Doorzipper is ever compromised.”


Choose from two varieties of the Doorzipper, partial or full, which can also be installed with an electronic configuration that’s fully automated. Prices start at $276.95 plus installation. The Doorzipper is compatible with many types of doors, including outswing, inswing, double, steel, wood, fiberglass and extra-tall.
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  • Steve-O

    You can always go the opposite way and level the ground but this seems have the least impact on your environment.

  • julie

    That’s a really good idea… I like how you listed every thing step by step. I am just starting out doing my own home improvements, so I don’t think I am quite ready for a big project like this just yet… but someday hopefully!

  • http://www.nichtechroofsystems.com/ Tia Manly

    That’s right. Instead of thinking about removing the slopes on your lawn, you can opt to install a small shed. If you decide to use a pre-fab shed, you need to look for the metal type one, so you have guaranteed resistance against fire damage, rotting, and termites. It can also provide durability for long-time protection.