Basement Window Bars Ideas

Nov 14th

Basement Window Bars – If you live in a bad neighborhood or just want some extra protection, installing additional security measures can be a smart idea. When done, your windows and your home will be protected from uninvited guests, so you can sleep a little more safely at night. Take measurements of each window you want to install security bars on. You need the height and width of each. Cut two pieces of flat iron, which is 1/2 inch by 2 inches for each of the windows you want to add bars to.

Window Bars For Basement
Window Bars For Basement

How to make security basement window bars. From each field, measure and place a mark about every 3 inches. This will be the pole location. For example, if you have a 32 inch window flat bar, after placing marks on the ether end, the distance center marks 3 inches apart, divide this by 30 (32 less two inches) to get 10. You now know you will need 10 rods to the center and two at the ends of these window bars, so you get 12 rods all together. Cut a hole on the marks made for rods with a drill, using a 9/16 inch drill. Replace piece of 9/16 inch piece with a 1/4 inch bit and drill holes for assembly points.

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Attach the rods and cut them 1/2 inch shorter than the height of the basement window bars aperture. Fit the rods in the flat sections. Make sure that when all rods are in place, the frame is level and power. Welding rods in place. Fit the groove in the opening of the window on which you want to install. Use 3-inch wooden screws and drill on each of the mounting holes. Fill the mounting holes with an outdoor silicone sealant. This will help protect screws, but can also be removed later if necessary.