FUERTEC Security Screens – David

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I have meant to post this for some time. Better late than never.

There is a new physical security company in town. If you don’t want to go with bars on the windows, consider security screens.

I visited with Cove Cook who owns Fuertec Security Screens in David. His product is very impressive. He told me that his security screens are more intrusion proof than iron bars and attractive to boot.

He showed me a door in his factory that he said he invited potential customers to test. He said he had it on display for over two years and no one has been able to get through it yet. Following is a YouTube video showing its manufacturing process and durability.

9 thoughts on “FUERTEC Security Screens – David

  1. Theft is Theft….know pics will not come thru but, we/me the U.S.A. worked long hard hours to come up with our two birds….China get’s it in less than 2-3 years…..sorry for the interruption.

    Ron…. Thank you !!!

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  2. I wonder how well those screen doors will hold up to a good Benchmade or Gerber knife. My guess is that you can puncture a hole with the tip of a strong blade, then cut your way through.

  3. Stainless steel is extremely tough. Cutting or even grinding is a poor option. It’s probably easier to use blunt force to knock it free from it’s anchor. If you can afford to screen in your house with stainless you can afford a armed guard. I never leave my home unattended for more than a hour. Armed security is really the only way to fully protect your home when your away. Fortunately, armed security at a good price is readily available in Central America if you shop around… those guys at the bank are not getting rich.

  4. David, I would hope that you are physically securing your home even with armed security. There are enough cases of “inside job” thefts to be wary of trusting your belongings to a stranger. If you have a procedure for vetting any security people, please post it, it would be helpful.

  5. The cause most robberies can usually be pointed to people who work for the house. Maids, Maid’s husband or boyfriends or relative, gardeners, hired workers, guards.

  6. Hola, These are very old posts and I wonder if any of you have bought these screens and who are in area where there are burglaries — and how they have held up. To me it might be an invitation to try to get in as all the homes in my area in San Carlos have the wrought iron. I have cameras and a street light that lights up about half my property in the night. But I wonder if anyone has had them put in.

    Chrisse

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