The Door Bull
Brand: Door Bull
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
- Buy 2 - 4 and get $5.00 off
Now, an even better, professionally re-engineered lock can be yours.
It does what a deadbolt, alarm, or 911 often can't do:
It physically stops bad things from happening in the first place.
The Door Bull
It's practically unbreakable, and it helps your door frame do its job by spreading the force more broadly, and at the right angle.
• Strong - high-quality solid metal, takes thousands of pounds of force.
• Smart - it spreads force across more of your door frame.
• Handy - store lock on included hanger, or completely out of sight.
• Fitting - works on most (inward-opening) doors as-is.
• Easy - super quick DIY installation on most doors.
Is The Door Bull lock always visible?
Only if you want it to be. When unlocked, you can store the main lock piece on the included hanger. Most customers mount the hanger right next to the door. Or, you can store it out of sight. Up to you.
What doors will The Door Bull work on?
It works on the inward-opening side of a standard framed door. For example, this includes almost all residential doors. For less-common materials (such as a metal door frame), you may want specialized screws.
What is needed to install The Door Bull?
Typically, just a drill with a normal phillips head driver. We even give you the drill bit to drill pilot holes (recommended). In cases where the door fits very tightly in the frame, you may need a chisel to create a mortise (shallow depression) for the plate. This would be the case with any new addition to such a door, not just The Door Bull.
Will criminals just try to break in a window instead?
Statistically, they normally don’t, and for good reason. Particularly when a home is occupied, speed and ease of entry/exit are critical to a criminal’s mission.
Most criminals use a main door, and most flee immediately when they can’t defeat it quickly. They’ve made a lot of noise. They’re surprised and out of their element because the door frame didn’t easily break or their bump key didn’t get them in. They’ve just gotten the message that this home is prepared and protected.
Then, even IF a window is in a good location for entry and exit, they must deal with a smaller opening (compared to their preferred doorway) filled with broken glass shards on the way in and out. They’ll be much slower, more vulnerable, or simply incapable if they try to quickly exit the broken window with your valuables or an abducted person.
Criminals want to have the element of surprise and be in complete control of the situation. The Door Bull can take that away from the start.