Model # WB3054BK

Internet #202770074

Store SKU #466999

Store SO SKU #603118

Grisham 30 in. x 54 in. Spear Point Window Bar Guard


30 in. x 54 in. Spear Point Window Bar Guard

$3000 /each

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Product Overview

The 30 in. x 54 in. Spear Point Window Bar Guard is made with a black powder coat finish for a handsome appearance. The scrolls add a decorative touch to the practical guard. Required by fire code for designated egress regulations.

  • Long lasting finish
  • Rust resistant
  • Helps guard against forced entry through windows
  • Decorative scrolls add a beautiful appearance
  • Mounting brackets not included, depending upon method of installation, you may choose from these item numbers: WB3PB, WBFB, WBIMB, WB3TB, WBCP, WBQR, WBS1, WBS2, WBS3

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Customer Questions & Answers

does this come with mounting hardware

Asked by: george
No, you buy them separate depending on how you want to mount them: inside, outside flush, or 3" outside standoff.
Answered by: St8kout
Date published: 2017-05-26

do you have window security bars for a 4'x6' window

I need window security bars for a 4'x6' window can I buy that size at this site
Asked by: bob
I have a 6' wide window so I plan to order two - 3' wide bars. They sell a center piece to connect them together. Look for the installation video on youtube and they show all the ways to install them. Google something like 'install burglar bars.'
Answered by: St8kout
Date published: 2016-05-09

Can I connect two 30X54's (side-by-side).

Can I connect two 30X54's (side-by-side).
Asked by: Roderick
Yes. please note attached video
Answered by: Grisham Bros
Date published: 2017-06-01

if I have a 28" wide window should I go with a 30" window bar or a 24" window bar? Are the hangin...

if I have a 28" wide window should I go with a 30" window bar or a 24" window bar? Are the hanging brackets adjustable for width changes or do they have to inserted all the way?
Asked by: susie
It depends if you are doing an inside or outside mount.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-03-14
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Customer Reviews

30 in. x 54 in. Spear Point Window Bar Guard is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Window Is not really security anybody can twisted by hand but the shape looks nice
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value security at a low price These security bars are great. Easy to install, good quality, and very affordable.
Date published: 2016-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Affordable discouragement to crime. First of all, this is more for discouraging the bad guys, the ones that need to get in quick before being spotted or heard by the neighbors. If they have to spend too much time or make too much noise, they will look for an easier target. I'm a heavy sleeper and did not want to leave my windows open all night because it would be so easy for intruders to get in without waking me up, so now they can't do that, and hopefully, when I'm not home, will see the bars and try elsewhere. While not heavy duty, they do the job, look fairly nice, and are extremely affordable. Easy to install if you mount them outside, but I wanted them inside so it took some extra effort as I had to cut a half-inch off each side to make them fit my 30 inch window frame using the brackets. You don't really need that overpriced one-way driver that everyone says is kind of worthless. I used a regular screwdriver at first, then a 5/8th socket. Slip it over the head at an angle and as you line it up it will grab the sides of the head and screw it in. You should use the socket wrench instead of a drill for this. Also works for removing one-way screws once you can get the socket over the sides of the head. You could hammer the socket on if you are really desperate, but otherwise just press hard while unscrewing. Normally you want some kind of release mechanism in case of a fire, but in my case the windows are next to an exterior door, so naturally I would simply exit out the door instead of the windows. But it did occur to me that when I installed mine inside, I could screw in the bottom half normally, but drill larger sized holes for the top screws where I could pull them out by hand, and simply rotate the top down towards me, pivoting on the bottom screws, and be able to crawl out over the bars. The two top screws would be my 'release mechanism.' This however, would not work for anyone unable to reach that high. I suppose you could make the two bottom screws the 'fake' ones and hope the bad guys see the bars and go away without testing them.
Date published: 2016-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's good I wish it would of came in white. It was fine. Came fast. Shipping was free. Easy to install.
Date published: 2013-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Window bars for garage. Work great for our garage windows for extra security.
Date published: 2013-10-15
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