Home burglar alarms are becoming a thing of the past, with more and more people regarding them as noise pollution rather than a burglar deterrent. [caption id="attachment_214" align="align-right" width="200" caption="Burglar Alarm"][/caption] 10 or 20 years ago, if an alarm was heard it would instantly result in neighbours checking the property, or calling the police to check front doors, back doors or windows haven’t been forced open by preying thieves. Although 40% of homeowners have a burglar alarm, a survey by Zurich found a third of Britons ignore them thinking someone else will deal with it. So, ask yourself the question, will a burglar alarm keep you safe and secure as a Rockdoor composite door could? The answer is probably not. Investing in an ultra-secure composite door, for both your front door and back door, is a great way of ensuring thieves cannot gain access to your property through an entrance door.