Be Proactive and Improve Neighborhood Safety
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Feb. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Property crime is on the rise and now comprises more than three-quarters of all crime in the United States.(1) Sixty percent of residential burglaries occur between the daytime hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.(2), the hours when most are away from homes. Without security, property crime can be a huge problem for home and business owners nationwide. Fortunately, MAXguard® Fence & Wall Spike Strips (www.MAXguard.net) reduces the likelihood of intrusion and theft.
MAXguard provides an inexpensive alternative for added protection on any perimeter wall or fence by impeding a burglar’s entrance by way of climbing. MAXguard’s Spike Strips are UV and impact resistant, non-lethal, and can withstand extreme temperatures. Each spike strip is comprised of a single row of 1 1/2 inch high blunt tip metal spikes that establish maximum security for residential and commercial uses. The strips are available in 46 inch lengths and can be linked together and contoured for use on most walls or fences that have a flat top or any standard chain-link fence with a horizontal top rail. The standard color of the spike strips are gray, however they can be painted to blend with any decor.
MAXguard Spike Strips ensure the safety of homes by effectively deterring burglars without altering the aesthetics of one’s home. This year, take a proactive approach against burglary by making use of MAXguard Spike Strips, the inexpensive, effective, reliable, and defense against burglars.
MAXguard Spike Strips provide affordable perimeter protection for residential and business security. MAXguard Spike Strips are easy to install onto fences, walls, or other yard perimeters that consist of brick, block, stone, iron, chain-link, wood, and vinyl. MAXguard Spike Strips are UV and impact resistant and can be painted to match any exterior fence. MAXguard Spike Strips are made up of 1-1/2 high blunt tip metal spikes which enable security without compromising aesthetics. For more information about MAXguard please visit www.maxguard.net or to purchase please visit www.homedepot.com. For further information please contact Jessica Kopach at Christie Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 805.969.3697.