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Count to 13. In the time it took you to count to 13, one home intrusion took place. One every 13 seconds, according to research. With statistics like that it is little wonder that security is core concern for most Americans. And while home security systems can play a significant role in keeping your home safe, there are other aspects that are often overlooked in assessing the overall safety and security of home beyond just safeguarding against crime.

Steel windows, for example, can play a role in keeping you and your loved ones safe from burglars and from weather phenomena. The strength of steel frames can provide additional protection compared to wooden or other window frame options. Options include thermal broken hot rolled steel windows, in which the steel has been hot rolled into shapes designed to accommodate windows as well as doors rather than being mechanically joined together as in the cold roll process. This provides thinner sight lines and lets more light into your property, while still offering the security of a metal frame. Of course, given that almost a third of all burglaries result from windows or doors left open or unlocked, safety also requires common sense.

In addition, to providing added security, residential steel windows and doors can also play a role in minimizing damage in the case of a fire. Fire-rated glass — either coated with a fire-protective or fire-resistive glazing — combined with steel window frames can help minimize the spread of smoke and flames during a fire. Fire rating usually indicates that a piece of glass can hold up against flames for a period of time such as 30 minutes or an hour. Different options are available all of which provide different levels of protection. Fires are a significant cause of injury, proper damage and even death. There were more than 1.2 million fires in 2013, with one home structure fire being reported every 85 seconds.

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