The Bar-A-Cade is a security device that attaches to adjacent wall structures to more thoroughly secure a door.
Inventor Donald F. Rittman, a machinist from Oklahoma City, OK has created a security device that attaches to adjacent wall structures to more thoroughly secure a door.
As any home or business owner will attest, security is an area of primary concern. One popular product intended to product ones life and property is the security bar. These devices go on the protected or private side of doors to prevent access into a home or building. However, these devices also prevent the door from opening even slightly. This means that they need to be completely removed to talk to a visitor or receive mail or packages. An intruder can use this opportunity to push the door all the way open and gain access inside. Another disadvantage is that these bars are difficult and time consuming to remove, and transform homes into death traps should a fire break out, or should the occupant need to evacuate quickly. Inventor Rittman has created a means of better securing a door in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.
This clever new invention prevents home invasion. The device is strong and durable. It is inconspicuous in design. Installation is easy. It is especially valuable in high-crime areas. Protect yourself, your family, or your business with the Bar-A-Cade today!