Gansbaai Courant

Blog: Clearbar Solutions

Published: 23 October 2014
By:Gansbaai Courant

Fully transparent, aesthetically pleasing, strong and durable, burglar and baboon proof, free quotations, professional workmanship, 10-year warranty.

"Here in the Overstrand people pay dearly for their views," says Willem Oberholster, the owner of Clearbar Solutions, "and they don't want it spoilt by burglar bars. And even though we know we need to secure our property against break-ins – not only by criminals but also baboons – no one wants to feel that they live in a prison."

That is  why  Clearbar Solutions  now  offers a unique solution for burglar proofing your premises with security bars that are not only fully transparent and pleasing on the eye,  but also virtually unbreakable. "They are made of polycarbonate, which is used to manufacture boeing aircraft windscreens, with  a  breaking point of 3,000 kg," says Willem. The product has now been classified as burglar proofing and is approved by insurance companies. The clear bars, which are UV protected and come with a warranty against colouring or fading, are 6mm thick and can easily be fitted onto both wooden and aluminium frames of solid and opening windows. For baboon proofing the  spacing  is  simply  adjusted and security doors can also be made up to fit onto sliding doors.

As an accredited dealer Willem is your man for the professional instalment of this unique product anywhere between the Overberg and Cape Town.

They also do trellis doors and insect screens.

Willem is also a wholesale supplier and anyone who is interested in this product is welcome to contact him at 072 414 0263.

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