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Armor Concepts Ez Armor 3 Point Door Protection And Repair Kit


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Technical Details
Part Number SET-EZA-20000
Item Weight3.2 pounds
Product Dimensions48 x 2.4 x 1.1 inches
ColorWhite
MaterialGalvanized Steel
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB008N3QW4O
Best Sellers Rank #15,307 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 16, 2012
  
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Product Description

EZ Armor Combo Reinforcing Kit - Ensure the safety of your home. Prevent single entry door kick-ins with this 5-piece powder-coated, 18-gauge galvanized steel set. Set includes: (1) 48" jamb shield (precut holes to fit locks that are spaced from 4" to 21" apart). (2) EZ Hinge shields, (2) mini door shields, (17) 3-1/2" screws, (4) 2-1/2" screws, plus instructions. The jamb shield and hinge shield are L-shaped that attach to the face of the door jamb and can be applied without removing the door or trim. The mini door shields are effective in helping prevent the door from splitting but do not require the removal of the locks for installation. - Gauge: 18 ga, Material: Galvanized Steel, Color: White, # Door Shields: 2'' L

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By L. Jones on April 6, 2013
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Just finished installing it but you need to modify/plane the door frame since it will add about 1/8" total with the hinge, door lock covers and jamb plate. Without any modifications, you have to force the door a bit to get it to close. Also, you will need some more weather stripping to fill up the small gap caused by this system.

Overall, good product that will serve the purpose but it is not completely "EZ".
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By B.Wallace on May 3, 2013
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The product installed easily for me with the exception of the following modifications:

Hinge reinforcement pieces: I have security hinges on the door which are not compatible with this unit out of the box; if you have a door with security hinges, which is typical on doors with the hinges visible on the outer (unsecured) side of the door, you will need to drill a hole ~3/8" to allow the hinge to close and 'interlock'. The placement of the security pin on my hinges is close to the existing holes on the unit so it would be easy to weaken / damage the unit when drilling the hole.

Door clearance: After installing the unit, the door would not fully close and was wedging against the Jam reinforcement. I used a plane to shave ~ 1/8" from the edge of the door to provide the proper clearance and repainted. I now need to install new weather stripping as shaving down the door caused issues with the seal in some spots.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Guy Stewart on March 26, 2013
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Greatly reinforced the current door setup and was easy to install. It does not look that great, and would also recommend that you don't crank on the screws when installing because it may pull your door jamb away from the door too much and leave a large gap.
Also on the manufacturer's web site they carry different colors. Wish I knew that before this purchase. Hope this helps.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Average Joe on June 5, 2013
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My doors are much more secure now, but not without a lot of work. I installed two of these kits. Each install varied greatly.

Door #1: Hinges worked great after pounding in the little piece of metal that stuck out on the hinge. The door opens and closes without binding. The difficulty with this door was having to chisel out 4 feet of my door jamb to accomodate the jamb protector and the mini door shields.

Door #2: I didn't install the mini door shields because my door is steel. This gave me more space so I did not have to chisel out any of the door jamb. My difficulty with this door was all on the hinge side. My door works, but it binds some when I close it. I grinded some of the screw heads that were sticking out from the hinges and cut small slots on the interior trim to allow for the hinge reinforcement. My door closes, but it's not perfect because there is still some binding despite my best effort. I'm thinking the metal for the hinge reinforcement should be thinner.

Overall, great security product, but it's unlikely to be a trouble free install unless you're very handy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Huwer on March 30, 2013
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So I put this on my front-door and to be honest, I feel like it is overkill. I have a wire security door that is deadbolted and it swings out. Then I have the front-door also deadbolted and then with the EZArmor installed (however, hadnt had time with the hinge side).

So for someone to break in my front-door they would have to bust the security door off, then kick in the front door with the EZA installed on it. Not likely.

I will say though, if you have a window on your door or a window next to the door, then if someone really wants in then they will break the glass and undo the bolts on the other side and then just walk in. I guess to combat that you'd have to have a deadbolt that has a key on both sides, or do something special with the window so it couldnt be broken.

I'm actually more worried about the back sliding door, but nevertheless, I'll be installing one of these on my door to my garage as many times the entrace to my home is through my garage.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By GLK on August 19, 2013
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Most houses are broken into by amateurs that gain entrance by simply pushing their shoulder into the entrance door and poof in seconds the door frame splinters and in they go. It is kind of silly when you think about how much emphasis we place doors and locks but never give any thought to what the lock bolt actually goes into, which is usually a rather weak wooden frame. I put these kits on all 3 of my entrance doors. I used the frame and hinge reinforcements but could only use the door handle and lock reinforcements on one door because there wasn't enough room for the door to close on the other two. I don't feel bad about it because my doors are steel so I don't see them as entirely necessary in my case.
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