|Chain guard kit|
Supplies and Tools:
Drill bit 1/8-inch
Michael works for a program called Uncommon Good that teaches students about green energy. His home is located in Upland, California, a beautiful neighborhood with mature trees in a rural setting. He had just purchased a century-old home and wanted to preserve its look. Being a principal member of Uncommon Good, he was using the house to teach others how to go green. Michael wife was very conscious about her safety, and she decided my service company to install door security chains on all the doors leading to the exterior.
This post shows the ten steps to installing a security guard chain on a windowed door.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the door chain placed against the door.
|Fig.1 Decide the location on the door|
|Fig.2 Pencil mark|
|Fig.3 Pencil mark|
|Fig.4 Wood bit for the pilot holes for the screws|
|Fig.5 Use a 12 volt cordless Ryobi drill|
|Fig.6 Install the |
|Fig.7 Use a longer screw than in |
the package for more security
|Fig.8 Chain guard in operation|
|Fig.9 Guard not locked|
|Fig.10 After the work |
clean up the floor
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