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Patio Aluminum Sliding Door Security Bar

$14.27 /each
  • Accomodates Sliding Door openings from 28 in. to 48 in.
  • Can Be Used On Sliding Windows As Well
  • Installs on Inside Or Outside Sliding Doors, Includes Fasteners

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The Defender Security Patio Aluminum Sliding Door Security Bar accommodates patio sliding doors 28 - 48 in. wide. This security bar features a telescopic design that eliminates the need for extra cutting.

  • For patio sliding doors 28 - 48 in. wide
  • Easily adjustable telescopic bar
  • Anodized aluminum
  • Installation requires no cutting
  • Easy to install
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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what does inside or outside slider locking mean?

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August 11, 2013
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May 14, 2016
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You can install it inside if you have your patio door on the inside as most are, however, over the years many have been installed improperly so that the door is on the outside and the fixed pane on the inside. You can install it outside to help keep the door closed, so that you can't get out of the house with the bar installed outside. If your door is installed this way, and you simply want to keep Read More
You can install it inside if you have your patio door on the inside as most are, however, over the years many have been installed improperly so that the door is on the outside and the fixed pane on the inside. You can install it outside to help keep the door closed, so that you can't get out of the house with the bar installed outside. If your door is installed this way, and you simply want to keep children from going out to a pool area, this is the device (unless they can jiggle the door and then it will open anyway.) Pretty useless, don't you think? Read Less
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April 20, 2015
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the lock to the sliding door.
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March 25, 2014
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if the door that does the sliding is outside the stationary door it is a outside slider and if the sliding door slides inside the stationary it is considered a insider slider.
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September 4, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. The difference is where the active panel slides within the door frame... for example: When facing the door standing on the inside of the house looking outward through the sliding patio door, you will either see the track located on the interior side of the fixed (or stationary) panel, or on the exterior side of the fixed panel. Where the door sits Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. The difference is where the active panel slides within the door frame... for example: When facing the door standing on the inside of the house looking outward through the sliding patio door, you will either see the track located on the interior side of the fixed (or stationary) panel, or on the exterior side of the fixed panel. Where the door sits within the frame determines if it was manufactured as an interior sliding panel, or an exterior sliding panel. This Security Bar Lock is designed to work with both types of sliding patio doors. Read Less
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what holds the rod in the stored position?

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The security bar will not stay in the stored position. It keeps falling down. Is there supposed to be a bracket to hold it?
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Included is a small plastic piece which supposedly clips on the end of the bar in the 'up' position. The bar also slides down when lifted upright, so a small aluminum pin helps hold it nearly upright.
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November 11, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Inside the bracket that mounts to the jamb there are 2 horizontal pins; one acts as a hinge for the telescoping bar, and the other holds the bar in the stored position when the bar is raised vertically, and dropped down about a half inch. Note: To lower the security bar, the bar must first be lifted upward about a half inch to clear Read More
Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Inside the bracket that mounts to the jamb there are 2 horizontal pins; one acts as a hinge for the telescoping bar, and the other holds the bar in the stored position when the bar is raised vertically, and dropped down about a half inch. Note: To lower the security bar, the bar must first be lifted upward about a half inch to clear the horizontal pin that locks it in an upright position for storage.
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Where can I find a lock exactly like this for my sliding egress window?

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July 28, 2016
This is exactly what I want in my sliding window in my basement. I have looked everywhere and can't find one to fit my window.

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Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. For the fastest response, check to see if there is a link below the orange-colored “ADD TO CART” button which reads “NEARBY STORES MAY HAVE THIS ITEM, Check Nearby Stores.” Otherwise, please contact an Associate from your local Home Depot Center, or by contacting the HomeDepot.com Customer Service line at (800) 430-3376 Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. For the fastest response, check to see if there is a link below the orange-colored “ADD TO CART” button which reads “NEARBY STORES MAY HAVE THIS ITEM, Check Nearby Stores.” Otherwise, please contact an Associate from your local Home Depot Center, or by contacting the HomeDepot.com Customer Service line at (800) 430-3376 regarding your question.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by "adjustable" means "doesn't stay locked" After drilling this into my aluminum framed sliding door with the included wood screws, I discovered something that isn't very helpful. The adjustable function doesn't allow the bar to stay locked in one place. It slides in and does not keep the door locked secure. The aluminum locking tab just scrapes on the aluminum telescoping bar instead of holding it tight. This allows anyone to just open the door when the bar is down. It does hold the telescoping bar in place occasionally but with a small amount of shaking of the sliding door, the bar releases the telescoping lock and just slides right open. Nice and easy for anyone seeking entry into your home when the bar is down. I'm returning this and now have nice holes in the door and frame of my sliding glass door. Thanks! June 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty much junk First, if you have metal or fiberglass over metal, you will need a drill to put the ends of the bar in place. Then while putting the screws in they will break off, as they are wood screws. If self drilling sheet metal screws were included, not made of pot metal, it would be helpful. Also, once you put the bar in place and "lock" it for length, simply jiggle the door, and the locking mechanism will release, allowing the door to be opened. In order to make it hold, you will have to drill a hole through the two pieces and put a screw through them. This makes it not adjustable, but it will hold it, until someone jiggles it enough to make the screws on the ends fall out, and/or the whole thing crumples. Get a piece of wood... an old broom handle will do.. cut to length, and place it at the bottom of the door, it will hold much better. May 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mine Works Great! I bought for my house, my wife and I discovered that the lock on our sliding door can be opened just by moving the door back and forth to trip the spring. We went out and got this product and tested it over and over and never had one issue. Matter of fact, sometimes when I come home from work to take my dog out, I forget that it was even there because it blends in perfectly. I have recommended this to friends. April 20, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Adjustable bar does not lock in position This bar is adjustable, but what good is it if the lever that supposedly locks it at the desired length doesn't work? The door opens right up. Too bad I didn't find out until I installed the whole thing. Now I have to take it down and return it. Why make and sell something totally ineffective? Absolute junk. May 1, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SECURITY BAR This would have got a 5 Star Rating except for the Lever Activator - it needs to click into position & stay there but unfortunately it doesn't lock tight! This is crucial as it determines the size you are customising the security bar. I am going to try some sort of clip to fix this - but you shouldn't need to do this!! January 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love it love it , easy to use, easy to install, home is more safe and secure January 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Adds a bit of a sense of security The sliding glass patio door in the home we purchased only had the flimsy latch. We added the bar, a foot lock and an upper bolt lock. While the security bar is the outside visible 'security' on the door, we are hoping all 4, the 3 we installed plus the original latch will be enough to help prevent unwanted easy access. The product works but I would not have it be the only security measure. May 17, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Failed I bought this and installed it. In less than 2 years it easily failed when a burglar used a screwdriver to wedge the patio door against it on-off-on-off a few times and the locking mechanism released so the bar could slide into itself freeing open the door. So we were burglarized of a couple thousand dollars of property. Try it yourself and watch it release. The problem is not that a burglar may learn this, but that purchasers of the product don't also know it already. So said responding Police Officer. August 30, 2013
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