Bob Jennings - State Farm Insurance Agent: From a couple of years ago, but there has been a rash of garage break in's lately. Good information!
Brandor Racket: Black garage lives matter!!
The Electrictrumblumpkin: "We're not going to show you how".... uh, you just did. You showed a guy using a close hangar to flip the emergency release switch.
Travis James: If you are paranoid of this, look into getting the Liftmaster 8500 opener installed. Shaft driven opener, mounts to the side on the shaft and also has a dead bolt that attaches to track. Very very slick opener, very quiet and has battery back-up capability so that its still functional when the power is out. should only cost about 650 installed. You will be very pleased :) You're welcome
Jc Echeverria: JUST HAVE A 2INCH STRUT AT VERY TOP OF PANEL AND DOOR ARM MUST NEVER BE STRAIGHT UP, MUST BE 6 TO 8 INCHES BACK AT AN ANGLE. THAT WILL KEEP DOOR PRESSED FIRMLY TO TOP HEADER BEAM. ( NO GAP ) AND DOOR MUST CLOSE FIRMLY TO FLOOR. 5 TO 10LBS OF PRESSURE. LEVEL 5 ON DOWN FORCE.
MrJsg762155: I attached a hand grenade to the end of mine
newmexrob99: This garage door had windows .. all the guy had to do was look at where the wire was.. i want to see that done on a solid door with no windows..
Rudy Hiebert: Wouldn't this be a hazard in an emergency? I've used a screw driver inserted into a hole on the track and unplug the opener when going on vacation. The risk is to forget that these procedures are in place, ie. the zip tie needs to be cut.
DukeLaCrosse20: I recommend booby trap the latch with a stick of tnt. Just remember to defuse it before you pull that thing yourself.
Elwyn Jones: A 3,000 volt wire across the top of the door would probably act as a reasonably good deterrent especially if they are intent on using wire, the only problem you may have is shovelling up the ashes.
Jose Cantu: So tell everybody so they can go break in
Rick Torbet: I thought they weren't going to show us how. LOL. Umm. They did. Pretty faces with no brain except to read words.
Sam Herrington: Terrible fix. Does not prevent a thief. Prevents homeowner from easily disengaging the door in an emergency (door closed on a person or pet). Look into the shields that prevent the hanger from entering the garage.
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