Tucson, Arizona (PressExposure) August 10, 2012 -- Over the years there have been hundreds of security systems created for homes. But little has been done to secure garages, which usually hold prized possessions like cars, tools, and sporting equipment. A garage equipped with an automatic door opener can be a relatively easy target for break-in. Police reports indicate it takes intruders little more than six seconds to break in.
Bill Womacks, retired builder/developer, living in Tucson, Arizona has invented the "Garage Door Guard Dawg", a simple device that prevents access by would-be-intruders. It is an easy add-on to already installed automatic garage door openers. The Garage Door Guard Dawg requires no special tools to install and can be slipped into position in just a few minutes, and it never requires adjustment or needs to be replaced.
Womacks says, "We are greatly pleased with our testing results. The Guard Dawg does its job quietly and efficiently keeping the bad guys out while safeguarding the items in your garage."
For additional information on Garage Door Guard Dawg go to http://www.gdguarddawg.com or call 520-954-0349.